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ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 



JOHN W. BEATTY, 

Director, Camogic Art Gallery, IMtta- 
bnrg. Pa. 

GLENN BROWN, 

Secretary, American Institute of Archi- 
tects, Washington, D. C. 

THOMAS B. CLARKE, New York. 

WM. HOWE DOWNES. Boston. 

ROBERT H. FLETCHER, 

Curator, Mark Hopkins Institute, San 
Francisco. 

DANIEL C. FRENCH, N. A., New York. 

A. H. GRIFFITH, 

Director, Detroit Museum of Art. 

JAMES HALL, 

Director of Drawing, Newark, N. J. 

HALSEY C. IVES, 

Chief, Department of Art, World's Fair, 
St. Louis. 



JOHN LA FARGE, N. A., 

President, Society of American Artists, 
and National Society of Mural Painters, 
New York. 

W. M. R. FRENCH, 

Director, Art Institute of Chicago. 

WALTER. McE WEN, Paris. 

L. W. MILLER, 

Principal, School of Industrial Art, Phil- 
adelphia. 

HENRY READ, 

President, Artists' Club, Denvrr, Col. 
IIKNRY B. SNELL. 

President, New York Water Color Club. 

LORADO TAFT, Chicago. 

WILLIAM ROTCH WARE, 

Editor, "American Architect," Boston. 

ELLSWORTH WOODWARD, 

Art Director, Newcomb College, New 
Orleans. 



EDITORIAL NOTE. 



The 1903 volume of the American Art Annual is a comprehensive 
review of the art Interests of the United States for the past three years. 
Two annual issues have been omitted owing to the fact that the editor was 
occupied in the Department of Fine Arts at the Pan-American Exposition 
during 1901, and that it was deemed wiser not to imdertake this publication 
until it should have its own headquarters. It is now firmly established and 
will be published regularly in the autumn of each year. 

In the spring of 1903 the American Art Annual was incorporated 
under the laws of the State of New York for the purpose of publishing 
books and periodicals, of acting as art agents, appraisers, etc. We are anxious 
to assist in the general advancement of art matters and trust that the Amer- 
ican Art Annual, which is a help and guide to those who are working 
along art lines, will receive adequate support. We appeal to each and every 
individual and society to become subscribers to the publication. See that it 
is on the reference shelves of your public library, on the table at your art 
club; in fact, at hand whenever you need it. 

Every effort has been made to bring the records up to date and to 
maintain as high a standard of accuracy as possible. Letters requesting in- 
formation were sent to the secretaries of the various art societies and to 
individual artists in May, and all matter is condensed and quoted from the 
printed reports and other information received. 

The history and foundation of the older societies is recorded in previous 
editions of the American Art Annual; those founded since October, 1900, 
are g^ven special prominence, as this volume aims to give the principal events 
from October, 1900, to October. 1903. 

One of the new features is a change in the arrangement of the section 
devoted to sales of paintings. The selected list of those sold for $5,000 and 
over should prove of interest. The important sales of 1900- 1903 are grouped 



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4 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

by artists, arranged alphabetically, each sale, however, being given separately. 
The less important s^les are niade into one alphabetical arrangement accord- 
ing to artists (see page 69), with the name of the sale in parentheses. Occa- 
sional notes have been made showing the price brought by a particular picture 
at a previous sale. In this connection we would call attention to the fact 
that records of important sales since the Mary Morgan sale of March, 1887, 
are on file at the office of the Americ.\n Art Annual, and information 
regarding any special picture will be furnished on payment of a small fee. 

An entirely new department is that of the sales of prints. This is some- 
thing of an experiment and will only be continued if it proves of interest 
to a sufficiently large class. Those who wish this department retained are 
requested to communicate with the Editor. 

The list of some important buildings erected has been confined to struc- 
tures completed during 1900-1903. The Editor feels that the list is very 
incomplete, but this beginning may lead to better reports in future volumes, 
particularly if the local art societies will furnish the necessary data. 

In the directories (Part II) a new section is that of lecturers and 
writers ; here also will be found the directory of dealers, to which a list of 
restorers of paintings has been added. 

Among the encouraging features of the art conditions of this country 
is the formation of State art societies. The first one was established in Utah 
in March, 1899, the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) being appropriated 
annually to assist in paying expenses. A copy of the law creating the "Utah 
Art Institute" may be obtained from the Secretary, Mrs. Edna W. Sloan, 
180 G Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. The second State to establish an art 
society was Minnesota, in 1903, where the annual appropriation is two thousand 
dollars ($2,000). 

The establishm.ent of Municipal Art Commissions in many cities will help 
to raise the standard of municipal art. Many of them have been modeled on 
that of New York. Extracts from the charter defining, the powers of the 
art commission and the method of its appointments have been issued by the 
Fine Arts Federation of New York, and copies may be obtained by addressing 
the secretary at 215 West 57th Street. 

Another interesting feature is the broadening of the usefulness of the 
art libraries. Ai the Museum for the Arts of Decoration, Cooper Union, New 
York, a table in each room contains books referring to the exhibits ; the same 
plan is followed at the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 
Sciences. Some of the art sections of the women's clubs have circulating 
libraries of pictures, lantern slides, books and bound magazine articles. The 
Carnegie Institute of Pittsburg has had its most important paintings photo- 
graphed and complete sets of the reproductions have been placed in the schools, 
thus taking the treasures of art to the people. 

In the schools a new feature consists of the mural decorations, such as 
those at Hull House, Chicago, and the John Sartain High School, of Phila- 
delphia, where the beauty of the color and composition becomes part of the 
daily lives of the children. The placing of reproductions of famous paintings 
and sculpture has been continued until there is hardly a school in the entire 
country that cannot boast of at least a few penny pictures. 

To the members of the Advisory Committee, the secretaries of the 
various art societies and others who have in many ways assisted in preparing 
this volume, the Editor hereby lenders her best thanks. 

It is earnestly requested that all printed reports, catalogues, etc.. be 
forwarded promptly as soon as issued, and the Editor will greatly appreciate 
any suggestions tending to increase the usefulness of the American Art 
Annual. FLORENCE N. LEVY. 

October i, 1903. 



CONTENTS. 



N. B. — For full index see page 493. 

Part I. Page. 

Editorial Note 3 

List of Illustrations 7 

Auction Sales of Paintings. 1{)<>0-19()3 9 

Sales of Prints, 1900-1903 , 98 

Art Books of 1900-1903 124 

Art Magazines 134 

Obituaries, 1900-1903 136 

Buildings Erected, 1900-1903 152 

Sculpture Unveiled, 1900-1903 155 

Reports of Art Galleries and Societies 157 

Boston 159 

Chicago 175 

New York 198 

Philadelphia 229 

St. Louis Exposition, 1904 246 

Gifts and Bequests, 1900-1903 271 

Proposed Exhibitions, 1903-1904 272 

Tabulated Reports of Schools 274 

Part IL 

List of Abbreviations Part II — 2 

Directory of Painters, Sculptors and Illustrators Part II — 3 

Directory of Sculptors Part II — 83 

Directory of Architects Part II — 94 

Directory of Art Teachers and Supervisors Part 11—149 

Directory of Workers in Applied Arts Part 11—168 

Directory of Lecturers and Writers Part II — 181 

Directory of Dealers Part 11—186 

Index for Volumes I. II, III and IV (1903) 493 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. 



**Sky Scrapers, Broad Street, New York," by Colin Campbell Cooper — 

Frontispieces. 

Opposite Page 

"Westchester Hills," by Homer D. Martin, N. A 28 

"Illusions," by Henry B. Fuller 48 

"Autumn," by John W. Alexander, N. A 68 

"Portrait of Mrs. Mora," by F. Louis Mora 96 

"James Abbott McNeill Whistler," by J. Boldini 146 

New York Stock Exchange, George B. Post, Architect 152 

Gen. William T. Sherman, by Augustus Saint Gaudens, N. A 156 

"Washington Surrendering His Commission," by E. H. Blashfield, N. A. 158 

"The Dogma of the Redemption," by John S. Sargent, N. A 162 

Sculpture Court, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901 170 

Prince Henry Medal, by Victor D. Brenner 198 

Entrance Hall, Metropolitan Museum 212 

"The Wreck," by Harrington Fitzgerald 228 

Seventh Annual Exhibition, Richmond (Ind.) Art Association 242 

Art Palace, World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904, Cass Gilbert. Architect 246 

Halsey C. Ives. Chief. Department of Art. World's Fair, St. Louis 250 

Charles M. Kurtz. Assistant Chief, Department of Art 250 



AUCTION SALES OF PAINTINGS, 

1900—1903. 



(Sales starred are included in the Sundry list, page 69.) 

*Abegg, Daniel, with additions. — ^Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, 
April 17 and 18, 1902; 158 paintings sold for $7,758.50. 

American Art Association, New York (Thomas E. Kirby, Auctioneer). 
(See page 15.) 

♦Antelo, Anthony J. (Estate of ) .—-Philadelphia, March 25, 1903. 

*A8hmead, Cond6 (Estate of). — Philadelphia, January 26 and 27, 1903; 
101 paintings sold for $36,870. 

Avery, S. P., Jr. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, March 20, 1902; 
72 paintings sold for $63,075. (See page 65.) 

*Beacon Art Galleries, Boston, sundry sale, January, 1903. 

Blakeslee, T. J. — ^American Art Association, New York, April 10 and 11, 
1902; 161 paintings sold for $168,940. (See page 36.) 

*Boston Art Galleries, January, 1903. 

Boussod, Val laden & Co. — American Art Association, New York, February 
26, 27 and 28, 1902; 267 paintings sold for $267,885. (dee page 28.) 

*Browne-Ogllvie (Kirk Browne and John Ogilvie). — Fifth Avenue Art Gal- 
leries, New York, March 26, 27 and 28, 1903; 80 paintings sold for 
$3,912. 

♦Carr and Curtis (Dr. John Carr and John C. Curtis). — ^^olian Hall, New 
York, March 4, 1903; 73 paintings sold for $15,765. 

♦Cole, W. O.— New York Art Galleries, March 26, 1902; 76 paintings sold 
for $16,661. 

Col man, Samuel. — American Art Association, New York, March 25, 1903; 
97 paintings sold for $22,275. (See page 59.) 

*Constantlne, A. J. (Estate of), with additions. — Fifth Avenue Art Gal- 
leries, New York, February 11, 12 and 13, 1903; 216 paintings sold for 
$7,903.50. 

Cox, Henry T. (Estate of). — ^American Art Association, New York, Jan- 
uary 17, 1902; 78 paintings sold for $69,120. (See page 23.) 

Crosby, George L. (Estate of). — Waldorf-Astoria, New York, March 28, 
1901; 72 paintings sold for $67,985. (See page 63.) 

*Dean, Joseph A., with additions. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, 
March 6, 1903. 

♦De Peyster. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, March 12, 1903. 

*Enneking, John J. — Beacon Art Galleries, Boston, April, 1903. 

♦Field, Dr. T. J. (Estate of), with additions. — Fifth Avenue Auction 
Rooms, New York, January 21, 1903; 196 paintings sold for $22,646.50. 

♦Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York (James P. Silo, Auctioneer), sun- 
dry collections. — October, 1900; January 10, 1901; February 7 and 8, 
1901; March 31, 1901; February 19 and 20, 1903, 131 paintings sold 
for $18,335; April 30 and May 1, 1903. 



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AUCTION SALES OF PAINTINGS, 1900-1903. n 

♦New York Art Galleries (John Fell O'Brien, Auctioneer), sundry collec- 
tions sold January 13, 1902, 135 paintings for $43,390; sundry collec- 
tions sold March 17, 1902, for $30,802. 

♦Penfold, Frank C. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, November 14 
and 15, 1902. 

♦Prinz Brothers. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, March 26 and 
27, 1902; 128 paintings sold for $45,375. 

♦Reed, Charles A. (Estate of). — Knickerbocker Auction Rooms, New 
York, December 12, 1902; 56 paintings sold for $29,220. 

♦Richardson and Harriman (Estates), with additions (Mrs. Anna B. 
Howell, T. N. Belisario and F. C. Penfold). — Fifth Avenue Art Gal- 
leries, New York, November 14 and 15, 1902; 161 paintings sold for 
$41,430. 

♦Rohlfs, Henry D. G. (Estate of). — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, 
January 28, 29 and 30, 1903; 210 paintings sold for $16,632. 

Runge, Edward. — American Art Association, New York, January 9, 1902; 
76 paintings sold for $11,822.50. (See page 21.) 

♦Santry, Daniel. — Beacon Art Galleries, Boston, April, 1903. 

♦Sheldon, Henry (Estate of), with additions. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, 
New York, April 23 and 24, 1903; 151 paintings sold for $53,991. 

♦Sheldon, Henry (Estate of ) .—Philadelphia, May 11, 1903. 

♦Snnith, Henry P.— Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, March 22, 1902; 
48 paintings sold for $6,335. 

♦Snnith-Story (J. A. Smith and Estate of Franklin H. Story), with addi- 
tions. — Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, January 23 and 24, 1902. 

Sullivan, H. Wood (Estate of). — ^American Art Association, New York, 
April 3, 1903; 99 paintings sold for $25,270. (See page 60.) 

♦Thomas Galleries, Chicago, 1903; collection of foreign paintings sold for 
over $47,000. 

Twachtman, John H. (Estate of). — American Art Association, New York, 
March 24, 1903; 98 paintings sold for $16,610. (See page 58.) 

Tyner, George N. — ^American Art Association, New York, February 1, 
1901; 75 paintings sold for $66,125. (See page 17.) 

♦Verestchagin, Vassili. — New York Art Galleries, November 26, 1902; 32 
paintings sold for $43,045. 

Warren, Mrs. S. D. (Estate of). — ^American Art Association, New York, 
January 8 and 9, 1903; 121 paintings sold for $346,275. (See page 40.) 

Weil, Theodore G. (Estate of). (See King-Fuller and page 53.) 

♦Weir, F. Eugene. — ^olian Hall, New York, February 25, 1903; 98 paint- 
ings sold for $16,475. 

West, Charles E. (Estate of). — ^American Art Association, New York, 
March 25-30. 1901; collection of drawings, paintings and curios 
sold for $44,767. (See page 21 for paintings. Prints are under that 
heading.) 

♦Wiley, William A. (Estate of). — Fifth Avenue Auction Rooms, New York, 
February 19 and 20, 1903; 154 paintings sold for $13,195. 

♦Williams & Everett Gallery, Boston; foreign and American paintings 
sold December, 1900. 

♦Wood & Curtis (John W. Wood^.— Sold April, 1903, for $29,575. 



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AUCTION SALES. 



DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

"Awakening of Love,** . . 
"Descent des Boh6mlen8," . 

"Landscape," 

"The Sandy Road." . . . 

DUPRE, JULES. 

"On the Cliff," 

"The Frog Pool," . . . . 
"Village Near the Sea," . 

FT7LLER, GEORGE. 

"The Qaadroon," . . . . 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS. 

"Mrs Owen, of Rye," . . 

GEROME, J. L. 

"L* Eminence Grlse," . . . 
"A Strolling Merchant," . . 

GUARDI. FRANCESCO. 

" Square of St. Mark's, 
Venice," 

HOPPNER, JOHN. 

"Portrait of Mrs. Gwyn," . 

INGRES. DOMINIQUE. 

"Cardinal Bibbiena Espous- 
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Buyer. 

E. Weston, . . 
Boston Museam. 
J. A. Hoagland, .... 
J. D. Adams, 

F. V. Whitney 

L. Stem 

R. S. Jones, 



Geo. A. Heam, . 

R. A. Wheeler, . 

Boston Mnsenm, 
D. Guggenheim, 



• • 



Salt. 

Matthiessen, 
Warren, . . 
Newcomb, 
Boussod-Valadon, 

Warren, . . 

Boussod-Valadon, 

Matthlessen, 

Warren, . . 

Avery, . 

Warren, . . 
Lyall, . . . 



J. H. Smith, 
J. Sellgman, 



Matthlessen, 
Marqnand, 



13 
Priei, 

. $10,000 

. 12,700 

. 16,000 

7,800 

7,600 
6,800 
7.200 

5,500 

6,400 

. 16.000 
6,000 



H. Williams, Warren, . 



ISRAELS. JOSEF. 

"Interior of a Cottage," . . 

JACQUB, C. B. 

"Landscape and Sheep," 
"Shepherd and Flock." . . 

KNAUS, LUDWIG. 

"A Gypsy Mother," . . . . 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOBIAS. 

"Mrs. Slddons," 

"ReT. Burroughs Thomas 
Norgate," 

LEIGHTON, LORD FREDERICK. 
"Mythological Triptych," . 

MANET, EDOUARD. 

"Sortie do Port de Boa- 
logne," 

MARIS. JACOB. 

"Coast Scene," 

MARTIN, HOMER. 

"Westchester Hills," . . . 

MEISSONIER, J. L. E. 

"The Philosopher," . . . 
"The Philosopher," .... 

MILLET, J. F. 

"Landscape," 

"La Nalssance du Veau." . 
"Peasant Woman and Child," 
"Porteuse de Lalt." . . . 
"The Shepherdess." .... 

MURILLO. 

"Mary Magdalen at Prayer," 
"The Immaculate Concep- 
tion," 

POTTER, PAUL. 

"Landscape and Cattle," . . 



A. Tooth & Sons, . 



Boussod-Valadon, 



7,500 
. 22,200 

6.500 
8,000 



J. Oehme, 
E. Brandus, 



J. Ortgies (Agent), 

J. H. Smith, . . 
J. Pulitzer, . . . 

Cottier & Co., . . 



Knoedler & Co., 

A. Tooth & Sons, 
D. Guggenheim, 

J. A. Hoagland, 

B. G. Ounther, . 



Wm. Macbeth, . 
Geo. A. Dowden, 
J. Montaignac, . 
Knoedler & Co., 
Knoedler & Co.. 



J. H. Smith. 
Wilson, . . 



PUVIS DE CHAVANNES. 

"Femmes & la Fontaine," . 

REGNAULT, HENRI. 

"Automedon and the Horses 
of AchiUes," . . . . 

REMBRANDT. 

"Portrait of an Old Man," . 
"The Accountant." .... 



R. D. ETans, 



Lyall 6.050 

Boussod-Valadon, . 8,100 


Matthlessen, 


. . 7,200 


Blakeslee, 


. . 17,000 


Matthlessen, 


. . 6,100 


Marquand, 


. . 16,000 


Milliken, . 


. . . 7,060 


Boussod-Valadon, . 5,560 


MUliken, . 


. . 5,300 


Matthlessen, 
Hoagland, 


. . 8,300 
. . 6.500 


Milliken, . 
Lyall, . . . 
Warren, . . 
Newcomb, 
Warren, . 


. . . 8,260 
. . 8.600 
. . 11.100 
. . 6,000 

. . . 23,500 


Matthlessen, 


. . 13.200 


Hanford, 


. . 8,700 


Ichenhauser, 


. . 6,000 


Warren, . 


. . . 8,000 



E. Brandus Boussod-Valadon, 



E. Flschhof. 
E. Flschhof. 



Matthlessen, 
Hanford, 



12,600 

16,000 
28,000 



14 



REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA. 

"Hon. Mrs. Stauhope," 
••Lady Hervey, of Bristol," 

ROMNEY. GEORGE. 

••Portrait of Mrs. Wells," 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

••A Marsh in Spring," . 
"A Plain In Berri, Sunset," 

••La Rivldre," 

••Ploughing," 

••Sunday Twilight," 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Buyer. Sale. 



Boston MaseazD, .... Ifajqnand, 
E. FlBchhof, Warren, . 

J. H. Smith, Marquand, 



E. Brandns, Hanford, 

B. McMillin Warren, . 

Durand-Ruel, Boussod-Valadon, . 

W. A. Clark Lyall, . . 

Mrs. B. Kaig Warren, . 

"Sunset After Rain," Matthiessen, 

••The Oak, Sunset," ... J. Oehme, Lyall, . . 

RUBENS. 

••The Holy Family," . . . Geo. P. Blow Matthiesaen, 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

••A Bursting Shell," . . . Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, . Well, . . 

"A Heavy Load," .... A. H. Lewis, Ayery, 

"Arabian Horseman's Halt 

at the Fountain," . . . A. N. Brady, Reed, . . 

••Arabs Crossing a Stream," G. F. Blandy Matthiessen, 

••A Sortie," John A. Haggin Lyall, . . 

"At the Pool," E. Flschhof Hoagland, " 

••A Wallachian Team," . . C. S. Guthrie, Cox, . . 

"Bulgarian Provision Train 

in Winter," B. B. Perkins, Reed, . . 

••In Danger," ...... C. S. Guthrie, Cox, . . 

TITIAN. 

'•Antonio Grimani, Doge of 

Venice," J. Pnlltser, . . . . . . Matthiessen, 

"Giorgio Comaro," . . . Durand-Ruel, MilUken, . 

TROYON. CONSTANT. 

•'Cattle," D. Guggenheim Lyall, . . 

••Coast Near Vllllers," . . H. Williams, Warren, . 

•'Landscape and Cattle,". . F. L. Louren, . . . . ■. Matthiessen, 

'•Landscape with Cattle," Hugh J. Grant, Hanford, . 

'•Landscape with Cattle," W. H. Dunwoody, . . . Antelo, 

"Unloading the Boat," . . J. D. Adams, Bootsod-Valadon, . 

VAN DYCK, SIR ANTHONY. 

"Duke of Portland," . . . Judge S. L. Bronson, . . Blakeslee, . . . 

VAN MARCKE, E. 

••Cattle," S. Tlllotson, Hoagland, . . . 

••Cows and Sheep," . . . C. S. Guthrie Cox, 

"Landscape and Cattle," . . Knoedler ft Co., .... Lyall, 

VERESTCHAGIN, V. 

••Battle of San Juan," . . . G. A. Brander Verestchagin, . . 

WOHLGEMUTH. 

"Death of the Virgin," . . Boston Museum Warren, .... 

ZIEM, FELIX. I March 17, 1903, ) 



"Sunset on the Grand Canal," Reinhardt, 



»N. Y. Art Gal. 



Price. 

$7,900 
10,000 

16,000 

11,000 
8,700 
0,600 
6,100 
6,000 
6,300 
6,700 

60,000 

6,100 
5,060 

8,260 

13,000 

13,900 

6,600 

7,000 

6,600 
6,100 



13,000 
42,000 

8,400 

8,100 

16.600 

10.000 

20,000 

5,700 

16,000 

8,100 
6,800 
6,700 

18,000 

6,000 
5,200 



IMPORTANT SALES HELD UNDER AUSPICES OF 
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION. 

(Arranged in chronological order.) 



THOMAS KIRKPATRICK. 

Collection of 138 paintings sold January 23 and 24, igoi, at the American 

Art Galleries, for a total of $35,325. 

The following is a list of paintings sold for $100 and over : 

ANDERSON, W. L. 

114. Ben Venue, Loch Achray (26x36) $100 

BAKER, WILLIAM BLISS. 

11. Harvest Time (12x18) 160 

BERNE-BELLECOUB, ETIENNE-PRGSPER. 

22. The Last Stand (14x20) J. B. Duke 660 

BONHEUR, ROSA. 

71. Landscape Study (8x12) 200 

BOSTON, F. J. 

61. Reminiscence (30x18) 200 

BOULANGER, GUSTAVE. 

21. Arab and Hound (16x11) 200 

BRETON, JULES ADOLPHE. 

108. Harvest Time (27x19) M. Knoedler & Co 3,000 

BRICHER, ALBERT T., A. N. A. 

1. In the Meadows (12x20) 160 

BROWN, J. G.. N. A. 

37. Affection (24rl6) 860 

CAIN, GEORGES JULES AUGUSTE. 

16. Napoleon and the Sentinel (14x19%) 196 

42. Backgammon Players (20x16) 210 

CASILEAR, J. W., N. A. 

20. Landscape and Cattle (18x26) 310 

COL, DAVID. 

81. Very Old Port (12x10) 325 

CONSTABLE, JOHN, R. A. 

127. Watering the Horse (8%x8) 140 

CRAIG, THOMAS B., A. N. A. 

56. Landscape (20x16) 140 

CROME, JOHN (Old Crome). 

123. Summer (18x24) 105 

DE BEAUMONT, CHARLES EDOUARD. 

82. Fortune Telling (14x10) , 426 

DB HASS, M. F. H., N. A. 

34. A Marine Scene (14x24) 240 

54. Marine (14x24) 210 

104. Clipper Ship (18^x26%) 260 

DEWEY, CHARLES MELVILLE. 

49. Mending the Net (20x30) Max Mayer 190 

106. Landscape (16x24) 260 

DIAZ DE LA PENA« N. V. 

04. Fontalnebleau Woods (13x16) F. B. Van Doom 1,100 

DOLPH, J. H., N. A. 

36. Kittens (22x16) 160 

EDELFELT, ALBERT. 

03. Sunshine (18x12) 280 



i6 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

DDBUFE, GUILLAUMB. 

30. Venus and Adonis (21x16) $150 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R. A. (Attributed to). 

118. Mrs. David Garrlck (29x24) F. B. Kaldenberg ISO 

GAY, EDWARD, A. N. A. 

25. Stream and Woods (16x20) 116 

GEZA, VASTAGH. 

65. Lioness and Cubs (32x52) L. Bonet 600 

GRANT. C. R. 

50. The Treasures (25x30) 110 

GULLICK, E. 

13. Gladstone (20x16) 180 

HAGBORG, AUGUST. 

60. Morning Gossip on the Shore (25x37) J. B. Duke 1,020 

HART. JAMES McDOUGAL, N. A. 

23. Landscape and Cattle (14x20) 200 

47. Landscape and Cattle (20x28) 800 

87. Landscape and Cattle (16x12) 160 

109. Landscape and Cows (20x26) 270 

116. Cherry Valley In Midsummer (36x60) F. S. Glbbs 800 

HENNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

113. Little Girl In Blue (31x25) J. B. Duke 2,000 

HOEBER, ARTHUR. 

' 30. Landscape (17x25) 166 

103. Landscape (16x20) 110 

HOLMES, G. A. 

33. Rabbit and Dogs (20x28) , 126 

64. Friendly Greeting (36x28) 240 

HOWE. WILLIAM H.. N. A. 

130. On the Braudywlne (18x23) 180 

INNESS, GEORGE, N. A. 

58. Alexandria Bay, Landscape and Marine (16x24) . . . .John Larkin 376 

85. Landscape (12x16) 400 

111. Landscape (30x25) F. B. Van Doom 700 

JONES, FRANCIS C, N. A. 

31. Springtime (24x16) 330 

JONES, H. BOLTON, N. A. 

35. Landscape (16x24) 290 

112. Landscape (22x32) 390 

KABLOVSZKY, BARTHELEMY. 

44. At Bay (26x23) George G. Benjamin 176 

KNIGHT, J. P., R. A. 

131. Little Knight Enjoying His Profession (28x24) 110 

KOEKKOEK, BAREND CORNELIS. 

84. Dutch Landscape (12x16) 176 

.LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A. (Attributed to). 

117. Portrait of Mrs. Sewell (34x20) 110 

LEFEBVRE, JULES. 

48. The Missal (26x22) F. B. Van Doom 1,000 

LOUTHERBOURG, PHILIPPE JACQUES DB, B. A. 

132. Landscape and Cattle (23x30) 370 

liUMLEY, ARTHUR. 

9. After the Game (12x16) 160 

MASSANI, POMPEO. 

19. The Old Beau (17x12) , 130 

McGregor, r.. a. r. s. a. 

27. On the Sand^ (16x24) 130 

MEYER VON BREMEN, J. G. 

86. My Little Brother (13x10) 360 

MINOR, ROBERT D., N. A. 

77. Sunset (13x14) » 200 

83. Near New London (12x16) 175 

88. Sunset (13x10) 200 

91. Landscape (14x18) 306 

MONCHABLON, FERDINAND JAN. 

57. Valley of the SaOne (18x24) J. Chester 660 

MORLAND, GEORGE. 

126. The Skaters (10x14) 135 

128. The Smugglers' Inn (14x12) 130 



THOMAS KIRKPATRICK SALE. 17 

MORLAND, GEORGE. 

134. Shepherds Reposing (30x25) $170 

136. Wayside Inn (39x63) P. B. Van Doom 1,300 

MUN)GER, GILBERT. 

129. Forest of Fontalnebleau (18x22) 260 

MUNIER, BMILB. 

92. Undine (18x14) 855 

MUNTHE, LUDVIG. 

38. Winter (24x18) S. Keine 400 

MURPHY, J. FRANCIS, N. A. 

78. Landscape (8x11) 130 

06. Landscape (12x19) 270 

NATTIER, J. M. (Attributed to). 

121. Portrait (40x31) N. A. Lanthier 260 

PEARCE, CHARLES SPRAGUE. 

46. Tired (28x24) 180 

PBRRAULT, LEON. 

20. ChUd and Kitten (16x13) 236 

PEYROL, R. 

10. Spring (12x16) 140 

PHBLAN, CHARLES T. 

7. Sheep (14x10) 110 

RANGER, HENRY W.. A. N. A. 

40. Entrance to a Harbor (18x25%) 220 

RBHN. F. K. M., A. N. A. 

59. Marine (16x24) 140 

SMITH, HENRY P. 

46. Landscape (25x35) 160 

STEVENS, ALFRED. 

97. Contemplation (18x22) 400 

STOIRTON, PHILIP B. 

26. 'Master of the Hounds (20x16) 110 

TROYON, CONSTANT. 

79. Cattle (9x14) 800 

TRYON. DWIGHT W.. N» A. 

99. Landscape (14^x20%) 225 

VAN DYCK, SIR ANTHONY (Attributed to). 

122. Portrait (24x20) N. A. Lanthier 135 

VIBERT, J. G. (and Zamacols). 

137. Bull Fighters (61x38) Julius Ichenhauser 950 

VOLLON, ANTOINE. 

110. Still Life (23x29) 540 

WESTERBECK, C. 

61. Landscape and Cattle (23x39) 840 

115. Sheep (25x43) 876 

WIGGINS, CARLETON, A. N. A. 

100. Eyening on the Moor (14x22) 185 

107. Landscape and Sheep (16x20) , 210 

WYANT, ALEXANDER H., N. A. 

89. Landscape (10x8) 305 

106. Landscape (17x22) F. S. Gibbs 490 

ZAMACOIS, EDOUARD (and J. G. Vibert). 

137. Bull Fighters (61x38) Julius Ichenhauser 960 

ZEIBLAAD, HERMANN. 

74. Playing the Flute (17x13) 200 

ZI%:M, FELIX. 

98. At the Fountain (18x26) 360 

GEORGE N. TYNER. 

Collection of seventy-five paintings sold February i, igoi, in the Grand 
Ball Room of the Waldorf-Astoria, for a total of $66,125. 

BBRAUD. JEAN. 

29. In the Place de la (Concorde (19^x13) . .L. 0. Delmonico 800 

BERNE-BELLBCOUR, BTIENNE-PROSPBR. 

26. Two Arms of the Serrice (16x20) . . . .D. M. Jones 660 



i8 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

BLAGKMAN, WALTEB. 

1. Felice (16%xl2) U Bamberger $100 

BLOBCMERS, BERNARDUS JOHANNES. 

48. Retarnlng Home (18x15^) . . . .George O. Benjamin 860 

BONHEUR, FRANCOIS AUGUSTE. 

10. Sheep In the Scotch Highlands (14x17^^) G. S. Allen BOO 

BOUDIN, LOUIS EUGENE. 

18. On the Olse (16x22) 62S 

BOUGUEBEAU, WILLIAM A. 

25. Glrl'a Head (16x13) J. Henry 725 

BBICHER, ALBERT T.. A. N. A. 

5. Watching the Yachts (12x20)... .James Metcalfe 75 

BROWN, J. G., N. A. 

36. Wants to Shine (23%xl5%) 605 

CAVE, JULES CYRILLE. 

28. Head of a Young Girl (16^x18) Flshel, Adler & Schwartz 436 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES. 

16. Cottages In the North (12x15^^) J. Montalgnac 690 

44. Elsiuore (14^x17%) 1,025 

47. The Village of Macherin (12%xl5) A. Lewlsohn 800 

60. Sand Dunes (28x23) W. M. Laffan 1,900 

CHASE, WILLIAM MERRITT, N. A. 

13. In Prospect Park (10^^x19) S. Lewis 140 

CLAYS, PAUL JEAN. 

11. Dutch Boats (12x9) A. Naumburg 325 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE. 

48. Morning (10%xl4) A. Lewlsohn 2,700 

COUBBET, GUSTAVE. 

17. Low Tide (14%xl7) J. Montalgnac 860 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

46. Evening (15x26) 1,500 

DB HAAS, M. F. H., N. A. 

24. Moonlight at Sea (16x28) . . . .C. W. Morse 600 

DBTAILLB, J. B. EDOUARD. 

72. The Capture of a British Flag at Waterloo (41^^x29^^) 1,426 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

49. The Virgin and Children (7%x6) A. Lewlsohn 700 

53. Les Gorges d' Apremont (19^x28) James T. Abbe 2,500 

DIETERLE, MARIE. 

54. A White Cow (21x26) 'M. Stein 1,410 

DUPRE, JULES. 

45. In the English Channel (ll%xl8) J. K. Fletcher 960 

50. The Watering Place (10%xl4) A. Lewlsohn 2,000 

GEBOME, JEAN LEON. 

74. Louis XIV and His Court In the Park of Versailles (31^x64^) B. 

Brandus 1,600 

GRANDJEAN, E. G. 

62. In the Park (23^x19^) James Metcalfe 600 

GUY, SEYMOUR J., N. A. 

4. Country Courtesy (21%xl4%) J. Henry 210 

HARNETT, W. M. 

15. Still Life (13x16% )....L. M. Hart 160 

HART, JAMES M., N. A. 

38. Late Afternoon (17x26) 235 

HART, WILLIAM, N. A. 

7. Cattle and Landscape (10x7%) A. B. Kepbum 140 

23. Morning Breaking (15%x21) M. Stein 400 

HBNNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

80. Lola (20x16) . . . .Max Blelman 1,025 ^ 

ISRAELS, JOSEF. 

40. Returning from the Boats (24x16%). ...0. Dowdeswell 2,060 

JACQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

31. The Poultry Yard (17x26) 1,625 

61. Stable Interior (26x21) R. A. 0. Smith 2,000 

65. Shepherdess and Flock (31%x2e) E. Dwlght Church 4.600 

JACQUET, JEAN GUSTAVE. 

84. Brunetta (21x17%) 676 

78. The Proposal (45x27) .... M. S. Allen 1.675 



GEORGE N, TYNER SALE, 19 

KNIGHT, D. BIDGWAY. 

76. The Little Shepherdesa (44%x84%) A. S. Hanter $1,700 

LEFEBYRE, JULES. 

82. Sappho (20%xl6%) W. B. Hearst 860 

LEBOLLE, HENBI. 

69. Betarning Home (31^x26) John Claflin 1,026 

LOUSTAUNAU, LOUIS AUGUSTB GEOBGES. 

39. The Amatear Artist (21x17%) B. N. Marx 430 

MACY. W. S. 

6. A Frosty Afternoon (21^^x15^^) B. N. Lawrence 136 

MADBAZO, BAIMUNDO DE. 

66. Sweet Do-Nothing (27x21%) B. A. 0. Smith 000 

MABCHETTI, V. 

8. Comrades (10x8) . . . .James Metcalfe 256 

MABIS, WILLEM. 

27. Landscape and Cattle (20x16%)... .A. Augustus Healy 570 

McCOBD. GEOBGE H., A. N. A. 

65. Sunset in an English Harbor (21x26) — A. Augustus Healy 270 

MONET, CLAUDE. 

67. V§theull (22%x31) Durand-Buel • 1,560 

70. Old Church at Vernon (25x35%) Durand-Buel 1,600 

MUBPHY. J. FBANCIS, N. A. 

14. Autumn (14x18%) 600 

PASINI, ALBEBTO. 

42. Market Scene in the Orient (14x25). .. .Frank W. Savin 2,600 

PISSABRO, CAMILLE. 

60. The Orchard (21%x32%) A. OlWotte 1,176 

BANGBB, HENBY W., A. N. A. 

64. A NoTember Pasture (27x36) A. Tooth & Sons 000 

BICHABDS, WILLIAM T. 

37. On the South Shore, Newport (17%x29%) 600 

BICO. MABTIN. 

36. Church of San Bocco, Venice (28x18) 1,026 

ROUZEE. M. 

2. Dieppe Fisher-Girls (16%xl9%). ...J. Montaignac 110 

8ISLEY, ALFBED. 

68. On the Banks of the Loing, Morning (22%x21 %).... Morris Hirsch 770 

SMITH, HENBY P. 

62. San Trovaso, Venice (34%x26). ...B. A. C. Smith 260 

80BBI, BAFFAEL. 

68. A Game of Cards (!l9%x30%) B. A. G. Smith 1,476 

TAMBUBINI, ANTONIO. 

9. Old Friends (9x7).... S. Abenheim 200 

TASSAEBT, OCTAVE. 

41. The Abandoned (21x17%) . . . .Boussod, Valadon & Co 210 

TEB MEULEN, F. P. 

33. Minding the Flock (20%xl9) J. Montaignac 860 

THAULOW. FBITZ. 

21. A Wet Day (17%x21%) J. Harsen Bhoades 1,075 

TOJBTTI, VIBGILIO. 

66. The Dancing Lesson (36%x24) P. H. MacMahon 460 

VAN BOSKEBCK, BOBEBT W., A. N. A. 

22. On the Nlantlc (13%x20) B. C. Velt 210 

VEYBASSAT, JULES JACQUES. 

20. Going to the Fair (13x18%).... A. M. Benjamin 220 

VIBEBT, JEHAN GEOBGES. 

10. The Cardinal (8%x6)....B. M. Jones 1,200 

VOLLON. ANTOINB. 

61. Flowers and Fruit (19%x23%) E. Stein 476 

VON UHDE, FBITZ. 

71. Good Friday Morning (26%x81) Hugo Biesinger 860 

^VITT J H 

12. The First Lesson (16x11%) S. Lewis 116 

WOOD, T. W., N. A. 

8. His First Smoke (17%i33%)....L. Bamberger 176 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

67. Venice from My Window (29%x23) B. H. Halsted 1,400 

63. The Old Port of Marseilles (27%x36) B. A. G. Smith 1,900 



20 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

EDWARD KEARNEY (Estate). 

Collection of forty-three paintings sold February 7, igoi, at the American 

Art Galleries, for a total of $31^300, 

BAG. GUIDO. 

S. Yoath and Age (11x9) |80 

BBRAUD. JEAN. 

11. Boaleyard des Italiena (10x14).... Peter Delacy 600 

BOSCH, ERNST. 

26. Sanday Afternoon Daring Harrest (26x18).... A. O'Connor 726 

BRASCASSAT, JACQUES RAYMOND. 

25. The Combat (18x24) T. O. Will 1,110 

29. Landscape and Cattle (21x36) 330 

41. Landscape end Cattle (30x39) .• 740 

OAILLE, LEON. 

1. Interior, Mother and ChUA (9x6) 90 

CASTAN, EMILE. 

2. The Game of Carda (9x7%) 96 

COL, DAVID (and Henriette Ronner). 

27. Contented (21^x33) Gottlieb 800 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTB CAMILLB. 

33. Chateau de Plerrefonds (14^x22%) 3,200 

DANSAERT, LEON. 

31. A Baptism in the Eighteenth (^ntnry (24x31) 200 

DB HAAS, JOHAN HUBERT LEONARDUS. 

10. Landscape and Cattle (13%x20%)... .L. Bamberger 800 

DB NOTER, DAVID. 

4. Fruit and Vegetables (ll%xlO) 75 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

12. Landscape (Attributed to) (9^x13) Gottlieb 160 

14. The LoTers (12x8%) 500 

DOMINGO, JOSE. 

43. The Duel (34x47) M. S. Allen 800 

DUPRAY. HENRI LOUIS. 

9. Napoleon At Wagram (18x14) 156 

FBRRANDIZ, B. 

18. Fortuny's Studio (18x32) F. W. Sayin 1,100 

GBROME, JEAN LEON. 

24. Head of a Dog (19x23%) J. Montalgnac 240 

HUEBNER. KARL WILHELM. 

3. The Twins (14%xl3) , 160 

INNESS. GEORGE. N. A. 

40. Landscape (23x36) 2,000 

ISABEY, EUGENE LOUIS GABRIEL. 

23. Moonlight on the French Coast (16x24).... Peter Delacy 800 

JOHNSON. DAVID, N. A. 

8. Rlston Glen, Ulster Co., N. Y. (14x11%) 106 

15. At Dresden, Lake George (13x20) 260 

22. Near Rosendale, Ulster Co., N. Y. C15%x25) 266 

LEROLLE, HENRI. 

30. Returning Home at Evening (25x31) 1,226 

MADOU, JEAN BAPTISTB. 

21. The Jolly Musicians (20x17) 660 

MADRAZO, RAIMUNDO DE. 

37. La Masque (33%xl5%) E. Blumenstiel 825 

MAUVE, ANTON. 

38. After a Rain, Holland (17x26%) A. Lewlsohn 8.700 

39. Return of the Flock (15x26%) M. Knoedler & Co.... 2.260 

MEYER VON BREMEN, J. G. 

13. Helping Mother (9x7%) . . . .B. (Goldberg 66 

MOREAU. ADRIEN. 

32. A Kermess In the Middle Ages (24x35) 460 

PERRAULT. LEON. 

42. Moses Exposed on the Nile (34x47).... li. S. Allen 1.000 

QUARTLEY, ARTHUR, N. A. 

34. A Dutch Lugger (26%x20%) A. Lewlsohn 460 

36. FUhermen, Early Morning (15x27) 1,026 



EDWARD KEARNEY (ESTATE) SALE, 21 

BEMBBANDT VAN BYN (Attributed to). 

6. Head of a Man (11x8) P. Field $80 

BONNEB, HENBIETTE (and David Col). 

27. Contented (21^^x33) Gtottlieb 800 

BOOS, PHILIP. 

7. A Dutch Farm Scene (12%xI16) 80 

SCHBEYER, ADOLF. 

28. The Advance Guard (10x82)., ..Fishel, Adler & Schwartz 8460 

TOBTEZ. VICTOB. 

10. The Long and the Short of It (21x14) 170 

TBOYON, CONSTANT. 

17. Betumlng from the Fair (12%xl9) 750 

YENNEMAN. CHABLES FERDINAND. 

16. The Numismatist (19x14) 280 

YEBBOECKHOVEN, EUGENE JOSEPH. 

20. Sheep in Stable (20x16) J. B. Duke 620 

ZU6EL, HEINBICH J. 

86. Shepherd and Flock (11^x14%) 200 

PROF. CHARLES E. WEST (Estate). 

Collection of drawings and paintings and curios sold at the American Art 
Galleries, March 25 to 30, igoi, for a total of $44,767, (For etchings, 
engravings, &c., see Print Sales.) 

The following is a list of the drawings and paintings sold for $25 and 
over: 

BLAKE, WILLIAM. (Drawings.) 

791. An Angel Sabln $36 

Pen and ink drawing on untinted paper. For Blair's "Graye.'* 
798. Death's Door Sabin 00 

Pen and ink drawing on untinted paper. For Blair's "Grave." 

BBOWN, W. M. (Oil Paintings.) 

916. On the Hoosac Biver BO 

917. Autumn, Van Bensselaer County, New York 30 

918. Summer, Van Bensselaer County, New York 80 

COPIES. 

922. Baphael's Madonna della Seggiola Keppel & Co 66 

923. Murillo's Madonna 62 

924. Domenichino's Sibyl Keppel St Co 70 

DDRER, ALBERT. (Oil Painting.) 

912. Head of a Dutch Woman. . . . E. F. Bonaventure 60 

FOBTUNY, MABIANO. (Water Color.) 

908. Study of a Moor Putnam 126 

HOLBEIN. HANS. (Oil Painting.) 

914. Head of the Madonna . . . . E. F. Bonayenture 610 

HUNTINGTON, DANIEL, N. A. (Oil Painting.) 

920. The Velyet Cap 106 

STUABT, GILBERT. (Oil Painting.) 

918. Portrait of a Lady 86 

WILKIE, DAVID, R. A. (Drawing in Crayon and Bed Chalk.) 

896. Guess My Name. . . .Dickerman 26 

UNKNOWN. 

904. Portrait of Captain Nolan (Water Color) 80 

906. A Great Fire in New York (Colored Print) 80 

919. Marriage of the Virgin (Old Master) 70 

EDWARD RUNGE. 

Collection of seventy-six paintings sold January p, 1902, at the American 

Art Galleries, for a total of $11,822.50, 

BLAKELOCK, BALPH ALBEBT. 

17. The Glow (12x17) W. Macbeth $310 

BLAUVBLT, CHABLES F., N. A. 

3. A Wet Day (8x5) 40 

16. Kitchen Interior (10x12) 86 



22 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

BLUM, ROBERT, N. A. 

56. Venice (15x22) Hughes |286 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM, A. N. A. 

19. Icebergs (14x21) 80 

BROOKS, MARIA. 

67. Under a Hat (16x10) R. 0. Vose 160 

BRUSH. GEORGE DE FOREST, A. N. A. 

43. Head of a Lady (8x6) F. S. Glbba 210 

OARLSEN, EIMIL. 

27. American Beaaty Roses (35x26) . . . .Sellers 66 

CHASE, HARRY, A. N. A. 

26. Open Sea (15x22) A. A. Healy 00 

CHURCH, FREDERIC E., N. A. 

34. Twilight (8x12) F. 8. MInot 166 

CHURCH, F. S.. N. A. 

31. The Little Shrimper (12x20) B. J. Peck. 160 

CRAIG, THOMAS B., A. N. A. 

eo. Landscape and Sheep (20x30) R. C. Vose 70 

CURRAN, CHARLES C, A. N. A. 

47. Pond Lily Gatherers (18x32) 110 

DAVIS, CHARLES H.« A. N. A. 

46. Valley and Lake (12x17) Louis Marshall 110 

DECKER, JOSEPH. 

2. Autumn Landscape (14x22) 40 

7. Outward Bound (9x14) 27 

29. Nuts and Burrs ( 11x22) 82 

51. Comer in Dates (9x11) 26 

62. Upset (9x11) 80 

68. Hung on the Line (12x19) 0. Washbourne 56 

DE HAAS, M. F. H., N. A. 

33. Sunset at Sea (9x14) Hugh Glenn 97 

DE LUCE, PERCEVAL, A. N. A. 

40. Afternoon Tea (14x20) . . . .D. Huber, Jr 66 

DODGE, WILLIAM F. DE L. 

13. Gathering Wild Flowers (16x20) 27 

ELWELL, D. JEROME. 

49A. Moonrlse — Essex Rlyer. . . .Hoghes 120 

ENNEKING, JOHN J. 

. 16. Venetian Boats (14x22) 46 

FERGUSON, HENRY A. 

39. Horse Market (10x12) Durrell 60 

GUY, SEYMOUR J., N. A. 

67. Tempting (26x30) .... P. E. Alberts 800 

HARRIS, CHARLES X. 

60. Colonial Gallantry (10x12) . . . .Bums 166 

HOMER, WINSLOW, N. A. 

38. A New England School (12x18) Austin 67 

71. Autumn (38x24) E. A. Rorke 120 

INNESS, GEORGE, N. A. 

8. Medfleld, MassachusetU (0x14) A. A. Healy 860 

21. Sunlit Woods (16x24) F. S. Glbbs 160 

80. Valley Road (16x26) George G. Benjamin 190 

41. Sunset (16x24) G. H. Richmond 1,060 

62. Morning (22x36) A. A. Healy 1,000 

66. Autumn (27x22) Guggenheim 360 

73. Sunset on the Coast of Etretat (18x26) R. C. Vose 480 

JOHNSON, EASTMAN, N. A. 

20. Devotion (21x17) F. S. Glbbs 186 

JONES, FRANCIS C, N. A. 

59. A Critical Move (18x26) Chapman 180 

KAPPES, ALFRED, A. N. A. 

65. Reading (30x20) . . . .C. Washbourne 80 

KOOPMAN, AUGUSTUS. 

23. Atlantic City (13x10) 26 

MARTIN, HOMER D., N. A. 

12. Roadside, Honfleur (7x10) . . . .F. S. Gibbs 800 

32. Rainy Day (10x7) C. Sprague Smith 256 

63. Coast Bmshes (7x10) F. S. Gibbs 260 

61. Landscape Near the Sea (16x24) A. A. Healy 928 

69. Along the Shore (7x10) A. A. Healy 160 



EDWARD RUNGE SALE. 23 

MBTCALF, WILLARD L. 

6. Landscape, Woodstock, Vt. (12x18) $47 

HILLBR, CHARLES H., N. A. 

11. Long Island MUl Stream (9x12) 45 

MOELLER, LOUIS, N. A. 

9. Belated (14x12) Brinkerhoff eo 

24. A One Sided Argument (12x16) J. Miller 60 

37. Pleading His Cause (13x16) S. C. Guggenheim 65 

63. The Rehearsal (18x24) Huber 70 

72. A Chat About Old Times (18x24) G. W. Reynolds 116 

MURPHY, J. FRANCIS, N. A. 

45. Bre«k in the Clouds (12x19) A. A. Healy 190 

NICOLL, J. C, N. A. 

18. Sandy Shore (14x24) 40 

PARTON, ARTHUR, N. A. 

28. Landscape (16x22) B. G. Burrs 120 

PAULI, RICHARD. 

55. Landscape (16x23) . . . .Guggenheim 115 

PICKNELL, WILLIAM L., A. N. A. 

74. Riyerdale Moorland (28x36) . . . .Hughes 420 

POORE, HENRY R., A. N. A. 

T6. Apollo (42x52) G. M. Lef6vre 80 

PRIESTMAN, B. WALTER. 

5. Central Park Drive (12x16) 80 

14. Landscape (16x20) C. B. Chapman 66 

ROGERS, F. W. 

36. Puppies (16x18) W. J. Peck 60 

SARGENT, JOHN S., N. A.; R. A. 

49. The Sun Bath (7%xl2) F. S. Gibbs 360 

SMILLIE, GEORGE H., N. A. 

10. Near the Beach (9x16) . . . .George G. Benjamin 40 

SMITH, HENRY P. 

48. Fall Foliage (10x14) P. W. Rouss 70 

SONNTAG, WILLIAM L., N. A. 

1. River Bank (12x20) 40 

35. North Woods (16x24) Austin 60 

64. Mountain Brook (12x20) 40 

TYLER, JAMES G. 

58. The Breakers (14x22) Sellers 60 

ULBICH, CHARLES F.. A. N. A. 

54. A Daughter of Venice (13x9) Hughes 100 

70. Venetian Flower Makers (25x17) E. A. Rorke 190 

VAN SCHAICK, S. W. 

44. A Glance (10x8) 87 

WEIR, J. ALDEN, N. A. 

25. A Cloudy Day (12x16) F. S. Gibbs 70 

WELDON, CHARLES D., N. A. 

42. Japanese Girl (17x23) C. Washbourne 106 

WBYL, MAX. 

22. In the Woodland (21x12) Louis Ettlinger 136 

WIGGINS, CARLETON, A. N. A. 

4. Autumn (9x7) Hugh Glenn 66 

HENRY T. COX (Estate). 

Collection of seventy-eight paintings sold January ly, 1902, at Mendelssohn 

Hall, for a total of $69,120. 

AUBERT, ERNEST JEAN. 

13. Love's Offering (9^x8) A. Tooth ft Sons |140 

BARON, CHARLES ANTOINE HENRI. 

9. The Dancing Lesson (10x7%). .. .F. L. Gunther 100 

BOSCH, ERNST. 

64. A Light, Meln Herr! (9x12) A. 0. Deshong 830 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



BOUaHTON, GEOROB HBHRT, N. A., A. B. A. 

30, Tbs Wstrr Currier (l!i1).. . .Cbirle* A. Sfblem.... 
Tl. Tin Wldow'i Acn {aii»li)....j. onwr 

H.v .\ I HI ill of' Ua' VInlig* (1T»H)....D, a. Oimthifr... 

e. Tb*' Sutlar-i Wison {8HiS)-...E. Arlinctoa 

B&OUWBR, IDBIAAN. 

ST. Id lb« T.«rii (10n)i)....Oeo. O. BenlinilD 

T7. Tb. 'Ttj.lliiB I'i.B- of SDDia (BTiaa)...,H. E. Ickell 
CAZIN, JBAN CHARLES. 

M, U H.nifHr <Ja«ftl« (3BMi2tH)....a. F. PMbtdr-. 



M. Til.. Lim. 0.rdeBiT (Bm8»)....U Bambcrgci 

BB. A iri.iiprm«D'i TlPtrot (Uiil),.,.A. J. Eool.. 
COBOT, JI.A.S llAl'TlSTE CAUILLE. 

SB. l.nri'X'nnn <Hi^il3) , , . .H. B. Lebrntn 

COT, i>[i!i:(t[i.; aI'(i['6tb. 

iiS. V in inlinn Olrl (ISrtli) • ■ • .HeniT Me>«r. . . 

llAI'lUiiNV llllllI.HM FRANCOIS. 

«3. niDk* o( th« Muroa (14x33). ...Q. p. Penbod;.. 
D*BA«)I, U. r H., N. A. 

3B. Uooiillfbt on tba Fi*iicb Cu)t (lB\4ia8W)..-H 
DBLORT, riUlll.KH lODHlTAim. 

Bl, l.u .ii.iiniilM.. nil L,m. a«l|ni>nr (ieiM)....W. C. 






67. flu WITH (IUiIH),,, .Cottier * Co. 

dOhinou, rriANriKco. 

Hi, Thx Onrtller (4m«)....r. L. Lorlna 810 

PUPUE, JUI.KR. 

;iT. Uirlnu («il*)....8. P. A»rr. Jr MO 

M. The CntlUfe od tbfl CommoB (8HjiU»..M. Knoedler A Co 1.026 

DUPRB, JUUIBN. 

U. Uuilncip* and Cittla (10<1BH) MO 

BOBTI.BB, AllULF. 

■M. FlHt Htupa (lSi22) MO 

ENQLER. D. 

IS. Do(i (0^118) U. E. BeardOB 100 

rRYEN, UUUBNB. 

M. Arrlnl u( Iha Flaliff Olila (12x201 C. WUtloaD iBO 

21 ■!).. LMij.r .iiUKi)'...,E, Fleltman 000 

TROUKNTIN, BUdENE. 

as. The WntiTlin Place (10iB)....M. H. LebmiD 880 

T2.'a Un.M.|i.,.„uli (MrtiJBli)....j. OPPCI 1,800 

OLAIZE, PIERRE PAUL LEON. 

*8. Putlliif DD lb* Sandal (22il7) B. OrlBlB MO 

GODBIE, JKaN nil lIAia). 

fiS. I.l»hlliit Him I'ii„. (lCBiH)....F. Field BTS 

KIN NEB. JKAN jA.'lJfKH. 

21. Head nt ji V.ninB Olrl {HiB)....J. 4. HoagUnd 1.028 

JACOlllN. MARIB FERDINAND. 

46. U i>-i.ii.,n i.:,rfi de Marlr <13il8). ...J. BucklfT *re 

(M. U ii-iii.-u,,.,,, [utBl d« Uirlj (18il»)..'. .E. B. Woodward 280 

JACQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

B8. Lanaacupe .Dd Cattle (TW.IS),.. .M. Knoedlet 8t Co 660 

41. Ljndapape and Sbeep <limi«W)....Jo*ipli lletciU l.SOO 

8J. CJilrtep. (7mmi)....c. 8. Onthrla «B0 

JODBDAN, A. 

74. Loa Secnta de I'Amonr (41i4<SO) N. S. Wlaoer 470 



HENRY T. COX (ESTATE) SALE. ' 25 

JCTZ. CARL. 

2. Chickens (5x6H) Hugo Rclslnger $210 

KOBKKOEK. BAREND CORNELIS. 

4. Swiss Scene (6%x8) F. W. M. Klssam 70 

KR0NBER6ER, CARL. 

1. The Veteran (7x5%) R. C. Velt 210 

LBLOIR. LOUIS ALEXANDRE. 

32. Watching the Birds (10%xl5) R. G. Lounsbury 300 

LEROLLE, HENRI. 

52. Potato Harrest (19%x24%) S. A. French 1,076 

MAUVE, ANTON. 

44. Landscape and Cow (12x16) M. Knoedler ft Co 1,200 

MEYERHEIM. FRANZ EDUARD. 

16. In the Hayfleld (ll%x9) T. Field 200 

MEYER VON BREMEN, J. G. 

3. The Little Cook (6x4%) L. A. Weir 650 

7. The Tinsmith (5%x4%) N. P. Goldsmith 250 

61. The Missal (5%x4%) W. J. Wallet 626 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

40. The Bather (12x8%) I. Guggenheim 240 

MUNIER, EMILE. 

19. Tired (16x11) A. J. Root 600 

MUNTHE, LUDWIG. 

53. A Beech Wood In Winter (20x34%) A. A. Anderson 1,960 

O'NEILL, G. B. 

50. Spare the Weeds (19x23%) T. Opper 720 

PARRA. 

49. Flowers (20x15) B. Griffin 180 

RICO. MARTIN. 

10. Statue of Bartolommeo Colleonl, Venice (13%x8%) R. B. Woodward.. 530 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

59. Sunset (7x13%) G. F. Peabody 1,660 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER, EMILIO. 

18. A Glimpse of Seville (9x13%) . . .E. D. Loverlng 460 

23. A Spanish Garden (14x21%) W. J. Walter 780 

60. The Fishing Pool (4x7) G. F. Peabody 240 

SCHODL, MAX. 

17. Objets d'Art (12x9) H. R. Ickelhclmer 500 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

73. In Danger (35x46) C. S. Guthrie 5,100 

78. A Wallachlan Team (31x58) C. S. Guthrie 7,000 

TIFFANY, LOUIS C, N. A. 

75. An Oriental Scene (24x36) C. W. Gould 810 

TRACY, JOHN M. 

5. Hunting Scenes, a pair (each 6x10) A. J. Root 275 

24. The Hunters (13%x24) A. J. Root 150 

VAN MARCKE, EMILE. 

68. Cows and Sheep (22x32%) C. S. Guthrie 6,800 

VIBERT, JEHAN GEORGES. 

31. The Rendezvous (14x10) C. Whitman 260 

VOLTZ, FRIEDRICH. 

11. The Pool (6%x9%) E. M. MllUken 410 

12. Landscape and Cattle (6%x9%) T. W. Kamm 380 

76. The Drinking Pool (14x36) 1,100 

WALKER, HORATIO, N. A. 

47. Landscape and Cattle (16x13) W. P. Bliss 360 

WARD, JAMES, R. A. n 

26. Four Hunting Scenes (each 3%x4%) E. Lorsch 130 

WILKIE, SIR DAVID, R. A. 

28. The Pet Bird (6%x9%) C. Whitman 200 

WORMS, JULES. 

67. Ix>oklng Him Over (14x10%) I. Guggenheim 700 

WOUWERMAN, PHILIP. 

28. Dutch Landscape and Figures (ll%xl4) 250 

WYANT, ALEXANDER H., N. A. 

70. Landscape (23%xl8) . . . .S. A. French 1,860 

ZUBER-BUHLER, FRITZ. 

8. Little Chickens (8x6%) A. W. Thayer 130 



26 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

MRS. P. C. HANFORD. 

Collection of sixty-one paintings sold January 30, 1902, at Mendelssohn Hall, 

for a total of $124,135, 

BERCHEM, NICOLAS (or BSrRGHEM). 

52. Landscape, with Figures and Animals (14x17^) C. G. Cornell, Jr $475 

BONELEUR, ROSA. 

4. The Favorite Dog (8%xll) A. Blnmenstiel 476 

BROZIK, VACSLAV VON. 

40. Christopher Columbos at the Spanish Court (35V6xOO) Warren Shelbame. 1,000 

CERVERA, R. 

12. Absalom and Tamar (14%xl8) 110 

CHARLEMONT, EDUARD. 

10. Planning the Campaign (10Hxl4%) E. Flschhof 1,226 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE. 

26. Figure of a Nude Woman (11x16) Dnrand-Ruel 1,000 

32. Landscape and Equestrian Figure (52x22) M. Chalf ant S.iiOO 

CUyP, AELBERT. 

58. Cavaliers on a Road in Holland (42x36) M. Cbalfant 4,600 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

22. Landscape (5%x9%) 975 

25. On the Water's Edge (8%xl5%) M. Knoedler & Co 2,700 

DE LDC. 

44. Sheep (30x21) D. G. Gunther 60 

46. Cattle (39%x21) D. <}. Gunther 60 

DB NEUVILLE, ALPHONSE MARIE. 

37. The Trumpeter (60x33) Richard A. Canfleld 4,600 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

30. In the Harem (25%xl9%) Isaac Guggenheim 4,400 

DUPRE, JULES. 

23. The Pond— Sunset (10%xl3%) M. Chalfant 1,600 

FAIVRE, TONY. 

13. The Gains of a Day (lS%xl4H) ■ •• -W. H. Sheehy 240 

OARBINI, R. 

16. In the Wine CeUar (20%xl8) 0. Dressier 375 

GIOZA, B. D. 

1. The Rehearsal (6%x9%) Geo. Pope 160 

HOLBEIN, HANS (the Younger). 

54. Portrait of an Ecclesiastic (23%xl5) 4,000 

ISABEY, LOUIS EUGENE GABRIEL. 

18. The Love Message (25»^xl8%) Hugh J. Grant 2,625 

JACQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

29. Watering the Sheep (20x26) E. Thompklns 3,600 

JETTEL, EUGENE. 

38. Sunrise in Holland (35x50) E. Fischhof 450 

KOEKKOEK, BAREXD CORNELIS. 

34. Environs of Cleves (34x44) Heineman 600 

LESSI, TITO. 

11. The Smoker (119ix9) M. Chalfant 1,100 

LETOUR, JULIEN. 

43. Flowers (32x21%) M. E. Reardon 90 

MANNICARDI, C. 

9. Fully Absorbed (14x10%) W. H. Sheehy 176 

BIEISSONIER, JEAN LOUIS ERNEST. 

24. The Hussar (7%x6%) M. Chalfant 1,700 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

48. The Weary Shepherdess (16Hxll%) E. Fischhof 000 

MOORMANS, FRANCOIS. 

5. "Speak, Sir!" (12%x9%) G. D. Loverlng 80 

MUNIER, EMILE. 

6. A Fair Exchange (12%x9%) H. Reinhardt 226 

MUNKACSY, MIHALY DE. 

85. Laudscape with Washerwomen (32x45%) I. Guggenheim 1,100 

39. Grandfather Sleeps (37x56) E. Fischhof 2,660 

MCRILLO, BARTOLOME ESTEBAN. 

61. The Immaculate Conception (98%x70% ) Wllsoa 8,700 



MRS. P. C. HANFORD SALE, 27 

PALMAROLI, VICENTE. 

21. Contemplation (30x20) John Fleming |160 

PASINI, ALBERTO. 

7. Street In Damascus (9%x7%) S. P. Ayery, Jr 360 

17. Sunset at Thebes, with a View of the Memnon (16x22) Warren Sherburne 270 

PBTTENKOFEN, A. VON. 

8. Soldiers at Breakfast (12x10) B. Flschhof 660 

PROBST, ^ARL. 

20. The Trumpeter of Secklngen (22%x27%) W. J. Waller 176 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. 

57. The Accountant (40%x34%) E. Flschhof 23,000 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

28. A Marsh In Spring (13x21) Edward Brandus 11,000 

RUYSDAEL, JACOB VAN. 

59. A Wooded Landscape (39x50) .... Edward Brandus 3,400 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

16. Horses Seeking Shelter from a Storm (13x23^) Hugh HIU 1,900 

STBEN, JAN. 

61. The Merry Couple (11^x9) A. A. Healy 626 

TBNIERS, DAVID (the Younger). 

63. Drinking Scene In an Ale House (1794x22) J. Wasserman 1,300 

THOMPSON, GEOROE. 

46. Coast of Normandy Near Dieppe (20^x28%) . . . .M. £7. Reardon 90 

47. Sunset In Venice (21x29)... .0. Dressier 130 

TITIAN (TIZIANO VECELLI). 

00. Portrait of PhlUp II of Spain (75x43)6) Eugene Flschhof 1,400 

TROYON, CONSTANT. 

27. Study of a Cow and Landscape (12^x16) E. Brandus 660 

33. Landscape with Cattle (32)^x52^) Hugh J. Grant 10,000 

VAN DE VELDE, WILLEM. 

55. A Fleet on Anchor Ground (25x30) J. Wasserman 1,626 

VAN GOYEN, JAN JOSEFSZ. 

66. On the Banks of the (Mense (24%x38V6) O. S. Palmer 2,700 

VAN MARCKE, EMILB. 

31. Cattle Returning Home (17)^x27%) . . . . Edward Brandus 3,700 

VAN OSTADE, ADRIAAN. 

49. Man with Jug (9^x7%) Richard A. Canfleld 675 

VAN SLINGELANDT, PIBTER. 

50. The Hermit (10%x8) George G. Benjamin 826 

VBRBOECKHOVEN, EUGENE JOSEPH. 

3. Sheep and Chickens (6x8)6 ) John Fleming 860 

VEYRASSAT, JULES JACQUES. 

14. Crossing the Ferry (12^x19) Q. S. Palmer 676 

VIBERT, JEHAN GEORGES. 

42. Autumn Flowers (40x27%) B. Flschhof 760 

VOLKHARD, MAX. 

41. The Undecided Question (30x40) M. Chalf ant 1,250 

WBNGLBIN, JOSEF. 

19. Borders of the Black Forest (20^x29%).. . .8. W. Bowne 860 

WISENGER, FLORIAN. 

2. Fruit and Flowers (7x9%) . . . .G. D. Loyerlng 100 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

36. Oriental Scene (27x44) A. Tooth ft Sons 1,776 

E. F. MILLIKEN. 

Collection of twenty-six paintings sold February 14, 1902^ at Mendelssohn 

Hall, for a total of $128,325. 

BUNCE, WILLIAM GEDNBT, A. N. A. 

8. Venice (28%x35%) S. Peters |1,960 

CHASE^ WILLIAM MBRRITT. 

6. Portrait (25%xl4%) . . . .S. Peters 826 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTB CAMILLE. 

24. St. Sebastian (60%x33%) Cottier & (3o 20,000 

CURRIER, C. D. 

1. Study of a Head (15%xl4)....J. H. Rhoades 226 



28 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

21. The Cliff of ViUerTille (19^x31)6) (W. H. Fuller sale, 1898» $4,060).. 

N. E. Montross |S,600 

DEGAS, HILLAIRE GERMAIN E6ARD. 

10. Loge des Danseuses (6^x9) Cottier ft Go 600 

11. Lea Coulisses (15x34^^) Durand-Ruel 6,100 

12. Les Courses (15x34^) Cottier & Co 5,100 

DELACROIX, FERDINAND VICTOR EUGENE. 

20. Le Gouvernement de la Relne (19x12^) 2,700 

HUNT, WILLIAM MORRIS. 

3. Portrait of a Boy (18%xl4%) Cottier ft Co 625 

MANET, EDOUARD. 

18. Le Fumeur (38%x31) Durand-Ruel 8,100 

17. Sortie du Port de Boulogne (28x35^) . . . .M. Knoedler ft Co 7,060 

MARTIN, HOMER D., N. A. 

23. Westchester Hills (32x00) (W. T. Eyans sale, 1900, $4.760) D. Gug- 
genheim 6,300 

MICHEL, GEORGES. 

2. Plains of Montmartre (9%xl2%) I. T. Wilson 500 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

22. Landscape (31%x38%) Wm. Macbeth 8,260 

MONET, CLAUDE. 

15. Grotte de Port-Domois— Belle-Isle, 1886 (26^x31%) Durand-Ruel 1,300 

16. Rouen Cathedral, Tour d'Albane, E^rly Morning (42x28) M. Knoedler 

& Co 4,000 

MONTICELLI, ADOLPHE. 

19. The Ball of Fire (23%x26%)... .S. P. Arery, Jr 2,060 

PUVIS DE CHAVANNES, PIERRE. 

25. L'EspCrance (39x49) 4,100 

RENOIR, AUGUSTE. 

14. Bordighiera (25x31%) Dnrand-Ruel 800 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

9. Coast of Portugal (11x17%) F. L. Kellogg 2,460 

RYDER, ALBERT P. 

5. Moonlight (16x17) Cottier & Co 1,600 

SISLBY, ALFRED. 

13. Effet de Nelge ft Mordt (26x20%) E. W. Glaenser 1,460 

TITIAN (TIZIANO VECELLI). 

26. Portrait of Giorgio Comaro (42^x37%) (sold in London, May, 1903, for 

$22,500) Durand-Ruel 42,400 

VAN DBR HEUVEL, ANTOINB. 

4. The Quack Doctor (20%xl7) B. W. Glaenzer 426 

WEIR, J. ALDEN. 

7. Reflections (32%x23%). . . .M. Knoedler ft Co 1,125 

BOUSSOD, VALADON & CO. 

Collection of 267 paintings sold February 26 to 28, 1902, at Mendelssohn 

Hall, for a total of $267,885, 

The following is a list of the paintings sold for $100 and over: 

ABBBMA, LOUISE. 

69. Pavilion d'Arm6noyIlle (26x18%) $176 

APOL, LOUIS. 

124. Cottage in the Snow (22x17%) W. Sherbum 225 

AUBERT, JEAN ERNEST. 

144. Matinale (31x19) J. Oehme 526 

BARYB, ANTOINB LOUIS. 

171. Bear Devouring His Prey (4^x7%). .. .Durand-Ruel 246 

172. A Lion (6%x9%) Draper 600 

251. Centaurs (13)^x4) L. Bumham 000 

BASTERT, NICOLAS. 

29. A Winter ETenlng (ie%x24%) 60 

BILLET, PIERRB CELBSTIN. 

163. A Shepherdess (42^x30%) Chas. L. Eddy 400 

BILLOTTB, RENB. 

181. The Valley (21x28%)....!. Wilson 600 



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BLOMMERS, BERNARDUS JOHANNES. 

27. Watching the Baby (14^x20) M. Knoedler & Co fl30 

BOLDINI» JEAN. 

64. The Hammock (14xl8H) • • • . Durand-Rael 475 

BOUDIN, LOUIS EUGENJS. 

151. The Harbor (21x35) H. SchaoB 2,200 

B0D6UEREAU, WILLIAM ADOLPHB. 

85. The Thistle (54x27%) I. Guggenheim 8,400 

103. Waiting Her Turn (19^4x14%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,600 

BRETON, JULES ADOLPHB. 

157. Bretonne au Pardon (46%x33%) . . . .E. Brandus 920 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES. 

70. Olive Grove, near Toulon (17%x21%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,000 

CHARLEMONT, EDUARD. 

36. The Philosopher (7x9) N. Sachs 650 

186. A Cavalier (9%x7%) B. Fischhof 370 

CHIALIVA, L. 

143. Shepherdess and Sheep (21%x30) . . . .M. Knoedler ft Co 326 

CONSTANT, JEAN JOSEPH BENJAMIN. 

87. Christopher Columbus (77^x60 Vb) M. Knoedler ft Co 650 

CORCOS, M. V. 

129. Toilette de Bal (28x18%) 100 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLB. 

43. The Pool, Morning •(8%xl2%) Durand-Ruel 4,600 

120. Interior (17x18%) Durand-Ruel 1,476 

221. Landscape with Women and Cow (10ViXl8% ) H. Schaus 4,500 

225. Landscape and Figures (12%xl8) Durand-Ruel 4,600 

230. La Ferte (17%x23%) H. Schaus 11,500 

233. Village Houses (18x21) Cottier & Co 1,000 

241. Returning from the 'MIU (22^x21%) Cottier ft Co 4,000 

245. TwUlght (60x43%) Cottier ft Co 7,100 

COURTENS, FRANZ. 

65. Landscape (14%x23%) 170 

COCRTOIS, GUSTAVE. 

150. Mother and Child (35%x25) B. H. Landon 540 

COX, DAVID. 

204. The Turf Carriers (14x20%) 240 

CROME, JOHN (Old Crome). 

208. The Old Mill (16%x20%) A. Tooth ft Sons 400 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

46. Sunset at Meriel (6Vixl2%) B. Brandus 1,600 

59. On the Cliffs of VillervUle (16%xl2) Durand-Ruel 776 

DE BOY^. 

205.'^Fishing in the River (16x20%) 876 

DE HAAS, JOHAN HUBERT LEONARDUS. 

63. Cows in a Meadow (13%xl9%) 200 

DE LA MAR, D. 

123. The Harvest Girl (23%xl5%) Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz 116 

DETAILLE, J. B. EDOUARD. 

147. Questioning Prisoners (23x33%) . . . .Gen. B. Munsell 4,100 

DEYROLLE, THEOPHILB LOUIS. 

134. The Mussel Gatherer (32x23%) W. B. Gottlieb 160 

DIAZ DB LA PENA, N. V. 

44. Oriental Landscape (9%xl2%) M. Knoedler ft Co 700 

121. The Wood Gatherers (18%xl4) Louis A. Lehmaier 730 

223. Young Girl and Cupids (12%x9%) H. Schaus 1,760 

226. In the Forest of Fontainebleau (14%xll%) Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz.. 950 

227. The Fern Gatherer (15%x22%) L. O. Bloomingdale 1,750 

232. The Sandy Road (16x23%) J. D. Adams 7,800 

240. In the Forest of Fontainebleau (21x17% ) B. A. Herzog 2.000 

243. Venus and Cupid (26x17%) E. McMllUn 3,000 

DRIESTEN, A. IVAN. 

30. Fishermen's CotUge (18%x27) 180 

DUPRE, JULES. 

43. The Cottage (9%xl3%) Geo. G. Benjamin 400 

68. Watering the Cows (12x19%) E. W. Miller 1,600 

140. Marine (22x20%) Durand-Ruel 2,800 

222. The Frog Pool (9%xl3%) L. Stem 6,850 

228. Windy Weather (14%xl8) L. G. Bloomingdale 1,900 

244. Morning at the Farm (25x21) H. Morgenthau 8,800 



30 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

DDPBB, JUUEN. 

138. Two Cows at the Wtterlng (14%z21%) J. W. Herbert $450 

DUPRB, LBON VICTOR. 

61. Brenlng (B%xlO%) 176 

EISEN, CHAS. D. 

103D. Lea MolssonnearB (lOxm) E. Brandus 226 

186D. Dreaming (10x7^) M. Knoedler ft Co &40 

FLAMENG, FRANCOIS. 

206. Napoleon at the Hnnt (88^x64%) M. Knoedler & Co 1,600 

236. VersalUes, 1806 (19x28) M. Knoedler & Co 860 

FRENDEBERO.- 

170. An Interruption (Sepia Drawing, 7%x4%) 100 

FROMENTIN, EUGENE. 

160. On the Banks of the Nile (20x30) B. McMllIln 900 

220. The Encampment (10^x17^) M. H. Lehman 1,600 

GOUBIE, JEAN RICHARD. 

139. Visiting the Foals (17%x26%) F. W. Savin 676 

GROENEWEOEN, J. 

142. Cows (37x20% )....W. B. GottUeb 100 

GRDPPB, CHARLES P. 

28. Rustic Cottages (18%x24%) 110 

GUARDI, FRANCESCO. 

197. Italian Ruins (ll%xl9%) 800 

201. St. Mark's Palace (13^x18) E. Flschhof 660 

HAGBORG, AUGUST. 

118. On the Beach (20%xl6) M. Huntington 800 

HARBUR6ER, EDMUND. 

37. The Discussion (8%xl2) 110 

HARLAMOFF, ALEXIS. 

62. Head of a Child (16%xll%) 140 

HBILBUTH, FERDINAND. 

132. Banks of the Seine (22x36%) E. Blumenstlel 820 

HITCHCOCK, GEORGE. 

66. Autumn Landscape (17^x22%) 186 

81. The Dunes (37%x46%) 460 

126. Tulips (22%xl7%)....J. Wilson 125 

126A. Poppy Field J. Wilson 146 

141. Windmill and Geese, Holland (22%xl7%) 200 

HOWB, WILLIAM H., N. A. 

180. Cows by the Water Side (28%xd2) M. Fredericks 860 

ISABEY. EUGENE LOUIS GABRIEL. 

218. Still Life (36Hx47%)....M. Knoedler A Co 4,000 

229. A Morning Call (17%xl2%) B. Brandus 2,360 

247. Smugglers Attacked by a Frigate (61x76H) M. Knoedler & Co 2,600 

ISRAELS, JOSEF. 

167. Interior of a Cottage (43^x66). . ..A. Tooth & Sons 8,000 

JACQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

47. The Poultry Barn (9V4xl2%) A. Tooth ft Sons 1,000 

168. Shopp at the Drinking Place (28x46% ) Albert Smith 4,000 

242. Shepherd and Flock (19%x46).. . .B. Brandus 8,100 

JACQUET, JEAN GUSTAVB. 

42. Head of a Young Girl (12%x9) W. Sherbum 250 

115. Looking Back (12^x10) FIshel, Adier ft Schwartz 460 

186B. Head of a Young Girl (ll%x9%) 260 

JONGKIND, JOHANN BARTHOLD. 

74. Boulevard Port Royal (19%x26) . . . .Durand-Ruel 050 

116. Canal In Holland (12%xl6V^) Albert Smith 950 

231. Fecamp (16^x23%) 1,100 

KAEMMERER, FREDERIC HENRI. 

60. The Flirt (15%xl0%) 170 

218A. Selling Tin Plates (24%xl4) 210 

KNIGHT, D. RIDGWAY. 

71. Clair de Lune (22%xl8%) N. J. Clarke 826 

135. La Source (32^x26H) FIshel, Adler ft Schwarts 010 

166. At the Foot of the Steps (32%x26%) W. H. Knight 1,260 

KOWALSKI, ALFRED VON WIERUSZ. 

137. A Ride for Life (19^x33) W. H. Cornelius 660 

LELOIR, MAURICE. 

179. The Drummer (13%xl0) 200 



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LHERMITTB, LEON ADGUSTIN. 

152. The Confirmation (34%x26%) S. W. Bowne $3,010 

LYNCH. ALBERT. 

78. The Letter (28%x21%) Flshel, Adler & Schwartz 400 

MAREC, VICTOR. 

217. The Reading (20^x25%) 110 

MARIS, JACOB. 

83. Coast Scene (40x29) .... A. Tooth ft Sons S,550 

BOCHEL, GEORGES. 

65. Approaching Storm (10%xl5) Geo. S. Palmer 625 

67. Marine (17x25) George G. Benjamin 130 

113. A Rain Cloud (10x16) Albert Smith 176 

126. Landscape, with Three Trees (19x25) M. Knoedler & Co 1,060 

189. Landscape and Cottages (11^x17%) 160 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

178. Sheep in a Lane (15^x16%) Durand-Ruel 3,000 

224. The Shepherd (Chalk Drawing, ll%3cl5) Cottier & Co 2,500 

MOES, WALLY. 

68. The Knitting School (18%x23) 110 

MONET, CLAUDE. 

158. Landscape (22%x31%) Durand-Ruel 1.800 

159. At Givemy (26%x36%) Durand-Ruel 2,900 

161. La Falaise (25x38%) Durand-Ruel 3,200 

MOBEAC, ADRIEN. 

164. The Fiance (40x34%) 876 

MORLAND, GEORGE. 

198. The Donkey Race (18%xl7%) 310 

200. Reluctant (14%xll%) E. Fischhof 800 

202. The Mad BuU (13^x18) M. Knoedler & Co 426 

MUENIER, JULES ALEXIS. 

86. The Drinking Place (69x59) V. Barrals 400 

162. Evening in Provence (49%x30% ) A. J. Crawford 260 

MULLER, WILLIAM J. 

T6. On the Lynn (24%xl8%) 200 

MUNKACSY, MIUALY. 

216. The Embroidery Frame (25x20^) E. Brandus 660 

NBTSCHER, CASPAR. 

209. Portrait of a Lady (21x17%) 260 

NBUHUYS, ALBERT. 

145. Dutch Interior (18%x23%) A. Tooth ft Sons 1.526- 

O'BRIEN, L. R. 

IIIA. The River (14%x21%) 106 

OCHTMAN, LEONARD, A. N. A. 

148. MoonUght (24x36) M. Knoedler ft Co 460 

OFFERMANS, TONY. » 

218. The Patient Angler (27%x34) 826 

OUTIN, PIERRE. 

212. Visiting the Ruins (26x34%) 260 

PASINI, ALBERTO. 

63. The Mysterious Portal (7%x9%) A. Tooth & Sons 260 

119. Street at Top Kanels (17%xl4%) M. Knoedler ft Co 850 

239. Interior of a Mosque (21%xl7%) E. McMlIlln 1,000 

POKITOXOW, IVAN. 

62. The Water Carrier (6%x8%) 110 

185. View of Besancourt (5x6% ) 100 

RAFFAELLI, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

114. The Bridge (12%xl5%) J. Wilson 110 

164. Arc de Trlomphe (21%x31%) E. Brandus 676 

RBGNAULT, HENRI. 

246. Automedon and the Horses of Achilles (65x47) Cottier ft Co 12,500 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA, P. R. A. 

195. Profile of a Man (10%x8) 175 

203. Portrait of a Young Man (16%xl2%) 810 

210. Portrait of Sacchinl (80x24% ) R. M. Lindsay 2,450 

BOELOFS, WILLEJM. 

111. Swallows Flying Low (20%x29) 156 

244B. Cattle Drinking (39%x28) A. Bat»s e26 

ROSSI, LUCIUS. 

18. The See-Saw (13%xl9%) 110 



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ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

234. La Rlvidre (16V4x25) Durand-Ruel $9,500 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER, EMILIO. 

38. The MUl at Osny (10%xl3%) N. J. Clarke 875 

SCALBERT, J. 

214. A Passing SquaU (25%x31%) 160 

SWAN, JOHN M., A. R. A. 

166. The Hoar When the Lions Drink (30x40) M. Enoedler ft Co 8,550 

THAULOW, FRITZ. 

73. Ambleteuse (22%x26%) B. Brandus 670 

77. The Brook (24x19%) M. Knoedler & Co 1,800 

79. Washington Square (25%x21Vi) E. Brandns 600 

133. An Evening Effect (26V6x37) 810 

149. Winter (32x25%). .. .F. W. Savin 1,600 

153. Entrance to the Village (25^x34) M. Knoedler A Co 1,850 

165. Escaut, Oudenarde (32x39) S. W. Bowne 3,800 

237. Marine (20%x27%) . . . .M. Knoedler & Co 900 

238. The Washerwoman (17%x32) E. de Bocand6 2,825 

244C. Martne (29x32) W. M. Laffan 3,550 

TOFANO. 

211. Return from Shopping (32%x24%) 100 

TROYON, CONSTANT. 

122. The Valley of Tr6port (19%x23%) E. McMlUln 1,000 

235. Unlading the Boat (19V4x27V4) J. D. Adams 5,700 

244A. Evening (36x29) Cottier & Co 3,400 

VAN DER NEER, EGLON. 

199. The Toilette (14%xll%) 256 

VAN GOYEN, JAN JOSEFSZ. 

196. River Landscape (ll%xl5) E. McMlUln 800 

207. A Port of Holland (14%x21%) 876 

VAN MARCKE, EMILE. 

57. Two Donkeys (14%xl7%) 210 

SO. Feeding Chickens (24x20V^) M. Knoedler & Co 1,650 

146. Cattle at the Ford (18^x27%) 4,600 

VOLLON, ANTOINE. 

117. Dieppe (ll%xl9%) 630 

155. The Gray Jar (36%x21%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,010 

190. View of Paris (18x21%) M. Knoedler & Co 500 

WAGRES, JACQUES CLEMENT. 

82. Alain Chartler (40%x30%) 160 

WIGGINS, CARLETON, A. N. A. 

194. Landscape and Sheep (17%x23%) 100 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

169. View of Constantinople (40%x62%). .. .H. Schaus 4,650 

219. Constantinople (10V4xl4%) L. Bamberger 850 

F. O. MATTHIESSEN (Estate). 

Collection of 143 paintings sold April i and 2, igo2, at Mendelssohn Hall, for 

a total of $348,780. 

ACHENBACH, ANDREAS. 

76. Landscape and River (39x57) T. L. Helnemann $1,450 

AERNI, F. 

121. A Mountain Pass (45x28) W. Clausen 350 

125. Italian Village (48x29) Dr. M. R. Peck 275 

ASTI A. 

126.* A Nude Girl (51x31%) J. H. Smith 2,100 

BAG6E, MAGNUS V. 

50. The Engadlne (24x37) 200 

69. A Norwegian Lake (33%x50) 400 

BAIL, JOSEPH. 

49. Drawing Water (28x23) Geo. P. Blow 1,600 

56. Marmiton avec Son Chlen (28%x39). . ..C. W. Kraushaar 476 

BAUER, ALBERT. 

79. Marauders In the Thirty Tears' War (65%x88) 425 

BEARD, WILLIAM H., N. A. 

71. Worn Out (36x48) 226 

BENLLIURE, JOSE. 

94. A Cardinal (12%x8) A. T. Bno 771 



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BERNE-BBLLBCOUR, ETIBNNB PROSPER. 

91. Sentinels (10%xe%) Dr. M. R. Peck |625 

102. The Trooper's Story (16x22%).. . .Dr. M. R. Peck 2,560 

BOUGUBRBAU, WILLIAM ADOLPHB. 

1. Asleep (6%x8%) George G. Benjamin 70 

BONHEUR, ROSA. 

19. Don Quixote Escorted Home (39%x37) Eugene Flschbof 1,000 

64. A Normandy Horse (28x37) Geo. P. Blow 7,200 

109. Ram's Head (18x14%) Geo. P. Blow 2,000 

BONNAT, LEON. 

27. Italian Girl (13%x8%) Joseph Pulltaer 1,026 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM. 

60. A Polar Expedition (30x48) T. F. Welsh 226 

123. Waiting (30x48) F. Tillman 176 

BRETON, JULES ADOLPHE. 

122. Harvesting the Poppies (36x53) . . . .Jos. F. Sutton (agent) 36,600 

CABANEL, ALEXANDRE. 

23. Study of a Female Figure (17x10) R. C. Velt 626 

CARSTENS, J. V. 

60. A Sporting Monk (31%x23%) 226 

CASANOVA Y ESTORACH, ANTONIO. 

20. An Uncanonical Courtship (16%xl2%) H. Schaus 976 

CEDERSTROM, THURE VON. 

31. Examining the Treasures (21x16). ...R. S. Jones 976 

CHLEBOWSKI, ST. 

43. La Marmite, Zeybeks ft Andrlnople (26x20) D. Guggenheim 460 

COLEMAN, H. ' 

2. Landscape (7x12) S. Abenhelm 90 

4. The Sheep Fold (Water Color, 9%xl3) B. G. Gunther 30 

CORCOS, MATTEO VITTORIO. 

118. The Proposal (36x23) T. L. Helnemann 876 

119. Do Tell Me! (36x23) T. L. Helnemann 326 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE. 

52. Castle and Forest, Lombardy (29x42) John D. Crlmmins 6,200 

110. Ayenue of Trees (24x18) Knoedler & Co * . . 6,960 

CORRODI, HERMAN. 

77. New Bridge In Constantinople (33%x66) 900 

120. View on the Nile (39%x25) J. Pulitzer 626 

127. Evening on the Lagoons (34x65) H. J. Chlsholm 600 

CORRODI, SALOMON. 

15. Avenue in Tlvoli (Water Color, 20x28) A. Pagenstecher 60 

17. Tivoli (Water Color, 20%i28%) Louis WindmUller 110 

105. Bay of Naples (13x20) A. Pagenstecher 75 

CDYP, AELBERT. 

140. Landscape with Cows and Ruins (42%x60) J. A. Hoagland 3,200 

DADBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

104. Summer (13x22) E. D. Church 0,600 

DAVIS, J. P. 

70. Portrait of Lafayette (45x34%) Joseph Pulitzer 900 

DECAMPS. ALEXANDER GABRIEL. 

6. A Mountain Gorge (Pastel, 10x16) J. Ortgies (agent) 160 

DEFREGGER, FRANZ. 

25. A Tyrolese Wooing (15x11) R. S. Jones 1,200 

DE HAAS, JOHAN HUBERT LEONARDUS. 

74. Cows and Landscape (45x59) John D. Crlmmins 900 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

64. The Awakening of Lore (39%x32) E. Weston 10.000 

106. Fontainebleau Forest (17x21) E. D. Church 4,500 

DEMONT, ADRIEN LOUIS. 

55. Sunset on the Coast (28x44%) 600 

DE NEUVILLB, ALPHONSE MARIE. 

30. The Halt (19%xl6) 8,600 

DETAILLE, EDOUARD. 

34. Officer Ordering an Advance (22x16) R. S. Jones 7,100 

D'ETIOLLES, HELEN LEROY. 

32. Head of an Old Man (21x17) . . . .R. S. Jones 660 

DONOHO, G. RUGER. 

61. On the Coast of Egypt (30x50) 276 

146. La Marcellerle (61x77). .. .George A. Heam 476 



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DOU, GERARD. 

130. Old Woman Chopping Onions by Candlelight (12x15) Joa. Pulitzer $2,600 

DUPRB. JULES. 

57. Sunset (28^x36) Knoedler ft Co 8,000 

112. VUlage Near the Sea (19x26) R. S. Jones 7,200 

DDPRE, VICTOR. 

18. Landscape and Cottages (17^x28^) R. S. Jones 1,126 

DYE, CLARKSON. 

6. Street Scene, Winter (Water Color, 10x13) R. S. Jones 46 

EHRENTRAUT J 

26. A Halberdier Saluting (14x9^) B. Fischhof 200 

FAVRETTO, GIACOMO. 

86. Trimming the Vines (8%x5%) Dr. M. R. Peck 200 

6ER0ME, JEAN LEON. 

44. A Morocco Beauty (22x18) B. Weston 1,800 

OUARDI FRANCESCO 

137.' View of the Square of St. Mark's, Venice (44%x31%) J. H. Smith 7,600 

HENNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

16. Head of a Girl (18x15).... R. S. Jones 2,000 

JACQUE, CHARLES ' EMILE. 

83. Poultry (3x4%) Mrs. N. Robinson 460 

JANSSENS, CORNELIS VAN CEULEN. 

129. Dutch Gentleman (13%xll) 426 

JORIS. PIO. 

22. A Meeting on the Tiyoll Road (15x9) T. L. Heinemann 160 

KAUFFMANN, HUGO. 

72. A Village Auction (38x51%) T. L. Heinemann 1,425 

KINNARD, HENRY. 

14. Summer (Water Color, 20x15) I. Guggenheim 35 

KNAUS, LUDWIG. 

48. A Gypsy Mother (30x23) J. Ortgies (agent) 7,200 

KNIGHT, D. RIDGWAY. 

75. Washerwomen at Polssy (34^x50). ...Walsh 1,750 

KNOLL, W. 

50. River and Mountains (30x43) A. Stetson 150 

KNUPFER, BENES. 

101. A Sea Nymph (14x10) 60 

KOEKKOEK, JAN H. B. 

38. Coast and Marine (16%x25%) H. Cornelius 800 

KRONBERGER, CARL. 

84. Head of an Old Woman (7x5) Dr. M. R. Peck 426 

LAUPHEIMER, I. 

95. A Flirtation (9%xl0) R. S. Jones 526 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A. 

132. Portrait of the Rev. Burroughs Thomas Norgate, M. A., at the Age of 

Twenty-three (24%x29%) Jos. Pulitzer 6,100 

LAZBRGES, PAUL. 

45. The Gleaners (25x19) H. Wunderlich ft Co 676 

LENBACH, FRANZ. 

63. Pope Leo XIII (33x26) H. Schaus 600 

LEPINE, STANISLAS. 

21. L'Estacada (12%xl8) R. S. Jones 1,800 

LESSI, TITO. 

62. Interior of a Public Library at Florence (35x37).... R. S. Jones 8,800 

LESREL, ADOLPHE ALEXANDRE. 

33. Returning Huntsman (21%xl8) George W. Stein 426 

103. The Halberdier (17%xll%) A. Heckscher 750 

LOWITH, W. 

96. The Connoisseurs (9x12) R. S. Jones 000 

MADRAZO. RAIMUNDO DE. 

46. A Love Song (29%x26) Eugene Fischhof 1,700 

MAKART, HANS. 

81. A Midsummer Night's Dream (74x112) . . . . E. Brandus 676 

MARCUCCI. 

8. An Italian Peasant Girl (Water Color, 14x7%) 30 

10. Italian Shepherd Boy (Water Color, 14x7% ) 80 

MARIANI, CESARE. 

143. Eight Cartoons in One Frame J. Pulitier 600 






F. O. MATTHIESSEN (ESTATE) SALE. 35 

MAUVE, ANTON. 

42. A Holland Landscape (23x27) ... .J. B. Bloomlngdale |2,200 

MAX, GABRIEL. 

24. A Fair Maiden (18%xl5). . . .J. Mllbent 760 

97. A Girl's Head (12%x9%) 875 

MBISSONIEB, JEAN LOUIS ERNEST. 

se. Papa Pierre (6^x4) R. S. Jones 1,450 

100. The Philosopher (12^x15^) John A. Hoagland 8,300 

MEYER YON BREMEN, J. G. 

88. Field FJowers (0%x7) J. B. Helmerdlnger 1,000 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

107. The Washerwoman (Chalk Drawing, 17x12%) Jos. Pulitzer 1,250 

MORAN, L. 

117. Copy After Turner's "Chllde Harold's Pilgrimage" (19x33) W. B. 

Strang 126 

MULLER. CHARLES LOUIS. 

78. Scene at the Conclergerle Prison During the Roll Call of the Last Victims 
of the Reign of Terror, 9th Thermldor, 1793 (60%x93%) F. Till- 
man 2,000 

MUNGER, GILBERT. 

53. Landscape, Near Franchard (28%x36) E. Arlington 850 

MURILLO, BARTOLOME ESTEBAN. 

139. Mary Magdalen at Prayer (65x47) J. H. Smith 13,200 

PBTTENKOFEN, AUGUST VON. 

87. A Market In Hungary (5x9) J. Pulitzer 800 

93. Les Amoureux (10x8) .... Knoedler & Co 825 

BAMSAY-LAMONT, MLLE. L. 

39. Woman Harresting (18x21%) T. F. Vletor 260 

RAUCH, C. 

3. The Letter Writer (Water Color, 9%xl0%) J. E. Helmerdlnger 55 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. 

134. Portrait of an Old Man (26x21) Eugene Flschhof 16,000 

RBNOUF, EMILE. 

80. Last Repair, My Poor Friend (56x81) Geo. P. Blow 8,560 

RICO, MARTIN. 

92. Venice (ll%x6%) H. J. Chlsholm 1,026 

RINALDI. C. 

47. A Good Story (28x21%) E. Weston 876 

67. Grandmother's Darling (36x27) Otto Gerdan 575 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

108. Sunset After Rain (ll%xl5) 5,300 

114. Le Puy (16%x25) John A. Hoagland 3,000 

RUBENS, PETER PAUL. 

136. Portrait of a Gentleman (41x28) Eugene Flschhof 2,800 

141. The Holy Family (81%x68%) Geo. P. Blow 50,000 

(Purchased by J. H. Smith and presented to Metropolitan Museum.) 

8CHLESINGER, FELIX. 

36. The New Scholar (16x27) E. Weston 460 

SCHODL. MAX. 

90. StiU Life (10x7%) W. B. Benjamin 225 

8CHREYER, ADOLF. 

68. Arabs Crossing a Stream (35x46%) G. F. Blandy 18,000 

SIEMIRADZKI, HENDRIK. 

73. The Sword Dance (31x61) 875 

8IGN0RINI, GIUSEPPE. 

11. The ConvlTlal Cardinals (Water Color, 18x14) B. W. Lawrence 520 

SI6RISTE, JEAN GUIDO. 

116. Napoleon and His Generals Consulting (21x28%) John D. Crlmmins.. 1,000 

SPERL, A. 

111. The New Suit (17x21%) R. S. Jones 875 

STOCKS M 

lis! Kittens and Pug (18x26) Eugene Flschhof 260 

TAMBURINI C 

28. Monk Chanting (12x10) B. Weston 200 

TIRATELLI. AUREUO. 

37. Washerwomen, Rome (15x29) Geo. P. Blow 525 

51. Fighting Bulls (27x33) 225 

TITIAN (TIZIANX) VECELLI). 

138. Portrait of Antonio Grimani, Doge of Venice (37%x44%) Jos. Pulitzer. 13,000 



36 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

TOULMOUCHB, AUGUSTB. 

41. The Miniature (26x17% )....G. P. Blow $200 

TBOYON. CONSTANT. 

58. Cow and Dog (25^x35) F. Wooley 4,100 

124. Landscape and Cattle (38^x51 V^) F. U Louren 16,600 

TURNER, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM, R. A. 

135. Landscape with Cows (Water Color, 30x47) ... .J. D. Ichenhauser 700 

UNKNOWN. 

13. Marine (Pastel, 16x22) J. Mllbank 85 

98. A Copy After Fra Angellco (Diameter, 13) 160 

09. A Copy After Fra Angellco (Diameter, 13) J. Ortgles (agent) 160 

131. Old Master, The Church Beggar (14x14) F. Tillman 150 

142. Old Master, Christ and St. Thomas (41x66) J. D. Crlmmlns 260 

TERBOECKHOVBN. EUGENE JOSEPH. 

82, Goat and Calf (4%x6%) R. N. Voorhls 826 

VIBERT. JEHAN GEORGES. 

40. Absent Minded (17%x21) T. L. Helnemann 2,800 

89. After the Masquerade (10^x15) I. Guggenheim 2,026 

VOLK, DOUGLAS, N. A. 

36. The Model (20x16) R. C. Velt 160 

WEX, WILL. 

115. Sunset (15%x31%) Dr. M. R. Peck 826 

WOODWARD, L. 

7. Arch Creek, Florida (Water Color, 12x17) A. Stetson 26 

12. Ocklawaha Landing, Florida (Water Color, 10^x16% ).... A. S. H. Jones.. 28 

WORMS, JULES. 

65. A Stolen Kiss (31^x21)... .T. L. Helnemann 726 

ZIMMERMAN. ERNST. 

29. The Alchemist (16x12) J. Ortgles (agent) .*... 800 

T. J. BLAKESLEE. 

Collection of i6i paintings sold April lo and it, 1902, at Mendelssohn Hall, 

for a total of $168,940. 

ALBANI. FRANCESCO. 

2. Dance of Cupids (30x38) . . . . N. Z. Fisher $360 

BARKER, THOMAS. 

8. Landscape In Sussex (28x36) E. Hollyoke , 300 

166. A Woodland Path (40x50) J. PuUtter 676 

>BARRAU, U 

118. Enster (22x19) R. Austin 100 

BARRETT, GEORGE, R. A. 

38. Landscape (40x50) J. A. Moffett 200 

BEECHEY, SIR WILLIAM, R. A. 

103. Portrait of Admiral Sir John Ross (36x28) Joseph Pulltxer 1,050 

BOQERT, GEORGE H. 

30. Close of Day (28x36) F. L. Gunther 660 

116. From I^oyden to Katwynk (28x36) . . . .Max Williams 460 

BOL. FERDINAND. 

117. A Dutch Burgher (17x13) E. Flschhof 2,300 

BOLDINI, GIOVANNL 

137. The Gossips (14x10) Mrs. T. H. Mason 960 

BOUGUEREAU, WILUAM. 

122. Los Deux So'urs (54x40) . . . .Arthur Tooth & Sons 4,400 

BRIDGMAN, FREDERIC A.. N. A. 

97. An Oriental Woman (13x10). . ..J. K. Breese 800 

BRIL, PAULUS. 

100. A Pastoral (27x34) J. Hennessey 160 

BRONZING, ALESSANDRO. 

47. A Little Girl of Venice (44x30) George A. Heam 285 

48. Florentine Lady (38x28) J. L. Larkin 200 

119. A Canllnal (30x26) 176 

BROWN, GEORGE L. 

80. Falls of Niagara by Moonlight. 1861 (68x108) J. G. Macomber 126 

CAN ALE, ANTONIO. 

46. Venice (2Sx47) B. R. Whorton 2,900 

•CLAYS. PAUL JEAN. 

136. On the Rlrer Scheldt (29x43) Arthur Tooth ft Sons 1.600 



T. J. BLAKESLEE sale. z7 

CLODBT, JEAN (The Younger). 

31. Lady of the Court of Francis I (51x36) Geo. A. Heam $925 

COLLINS, WILLIAM. B. A. 

150. The Patriarch (44x34) V. G. Flaher 260 

CONSTABLE, JOHN, B. A. 

138. Opening the Lock (26x32) E. B*i8Chhof 13,000 

COOKE, EDWABD WILLIAM, B. A. 

123. French Herring Boats Banning Into the Port of Havre-de-Grace (55x72) 

Geo. B. Davlfl 700 

COBOT, JEAN BAPTISTB CAMILLE. 

109. AUant au Pftturage (10x14). .. .E. Flschhof 3.000 

COTES, SIB FBANCIS, B. A. 

21. Portrait of Miss Sophia Temple (30x25) George G. Benjamin 200 

127. Portrait of John Sotheby, Esq. (30x25) A. Stetson 226 

146. Portrait of Lady Monson (30x25) M. Bleiman 376 

COTMAN, JOHN SELL. 

23. Landscape (29x38) Durand-Buel 810- 

COUBBET, GUSTAVE. 

60. Jeune Femme Cuelllant des Fleurs (43x53) Durand-Buel 660 

DAHL, MICHAEU 

92. Mother and Child (36x26) B. Austin 260 

DE BAEN. JAN. 

33. Portrait of a Lady (56x43) J. Pulitzer 550^ 

70. A Gentleman in Armor (56x43) . . . . E. Flschhof 246 

DB GBEBBEB. PETEB FBANSZ. 

112. The Violin Player (32x26) B. Austin 126 

DE HAVEN. FBANK. 

12. Through the Fields (28x36) A. Stetson 100 

86. Making Hay (28x36) S. T. Shaw 860 

128. The Oak (23x28) L. Crist Delmonlco 126 

DE KONINCK, SALOMON. 

106. A Gold Weigher (26x20) Max Williams 760 

DB LAIBESSE, GEBABD. 

78. First Duke of Marlborough and Family, with Allegorical Figures (68x73) . . 276 

DB LOUTHEBBOUBG, PHILIPPE JACQUES, B. A. 

169. Battle Scene (64x78) Karl Buenz 276 

DOBSON, WILLIAM. 

32. Portrait of Charles II (68x37) 676 

84. The Earl of Pembroke (38x29) 260 

143. Henry CUfford, Earl of Cumberland (28x22) 126 

DUPBB, JULIEN. 

1. The Haymaker (13x10) B. P. Doremus 860 

EGG, AUGUSTUS L., B. A. 

86. Cromwell Dlscoyerlng His Chaplain, Jeremiah White, Making Lore to 

His Daughter Frances (40x50) J. Langeloth 600 

BLIAS, NICOLAS. 

62. Portrait of a Dutch Lady (22x19) Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell 326 

BWBANK, JOHN W., B. S. A. 

61. Windsor Castle (36x46) B. B. Walton 220 

FEBBEBE, CECILE. 

60. The Flower Girl (50x36) J. A. Moffett 376 

FYT, JAN. 

71. Game Piece (39x51) J. G. Macomber 226 

QAINSBOBOUGH, THOMAS, B. A. 

105. At the Pool (34x37) E. Holbrook 1.000 

OAUGENGIGL. IGNAZ M. 

26. The Smoker (11x8) . . . . B. P. Doremus 260 

GOSLING, W. W. 

63. A Farm Scene In Sussex (28x38). .. .Flshel, Adler & Schwartz 240 

GUABDI, FBANCESCO. 

66. View of the Church of St. Simeon the Lesser, Venice (25x30) B. 

Flschhof 1.600 

HALS, DIBK. 

34. The Visit of the Cavaliers (22x25) 210 

88. Un Banquet en Pleln Air (22x31) 260 

HABLOW, GEOBGE HENBY. 

19. Countess of Grosvenor (21x16) ... .J. H. Smith 625 

99. Portrait of a Lady (30x25) B. Brandus 460 

116. Duchess of BIchmond (86x28). .. .B. Holbrook 660 




38 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

HARPIGNIES, HENRI. 

17. On the River Marne (26x31) Arthur Tooth & Sons $2,100 

HENNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

96. La Lectrlce (23x29) S. L. Bronson 1,900 

HOPPNER, JOHN, R. A. 

140. Mrs. Sutherland (29x26) B. Holbrook 1,600 

HORREMANS, JAN JOSEF (The Elder). 

133. The Convalescent (19x24) . . . .Brunning 226 

134. The Christening (18x24) 200 

HOWARD, HENRY, R. A. 

40. Hebe Feeding the Bird of Jove (64x78) E. Brandus 426 

HUDSON, THOMAS. 

3. Portrait of Mrs. Newdlgate (29x24) F. L. Gunther 160 

JACKSON, JOHN, R. A. 

37. Portrait of a Man (36x28) R. Austin 100 

JACQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

11. Fowls in Barnyard (7x13) ... .John A. Hoagland 830 

JANSSENS, CORNELIS VAN CEULEN. 

108. Henriette, Duchess of Orleans (30x23) W. E. Benjamin 426 

KAUFFMAN, ANGELICA, R. A." 

43. Portrait of Miss Craddock (27x23) John L. Larkin 800 

KNAUS, LUDWIG. 

131. The Butcher Boy (26x20) (Powers Sale, January 10, 1899, sold for $3,360). 

E. Brandus 3,860 

98. The Love Letter (10x7)... .Fishel, Adler & Schwartz 1,226 

KNELLER, SIR GODFREY. 

63. Portrait of a Gentleman (30x26) R. Austin 126 

82. Portrait of Edward Montague (19x14) F. N. Morse 110 

125. The Earl of Macclesfield (60x40) J. W. Henning 600 

147. King George I (60x40) 260 

LASTMAN, PIETER. 

75. John the Baptist Preaching (23x36) John D. Grimmlns 660 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A. 

6. Portrait of Canova, the Italian Sculptor (36x28) J. Pnlltzer 1,500 

22. Portrait of George IV (36x28) H. L. Pratt 860 

69. Mrs. Siddons, the Actress (60x40) James Henry Smith 17,000 

104. Portrait of Miss Bulkeley (21x16) James Henry Smith 2,860 

141. Portrait of Fanny Kemble (50x40) Geo. A. Heam 2,860 

157. Frances, Wife of Henry Robinson, Esq., and Son (94x67). .. .L. Grist 

Delmonico 2,600 

LEDOUX, MLLE. PHILIBERTE. 

66. Meditation (15x14) R. Austin 200 

LELY, SIR PETER. 

13. The Countess of Rockingham (30x26) 800 

18. Portrait of Sir Richard Temple (30x26) R. Austin 160 

24. Sir William Samwell (48x37) E. Hollyoke 600 

87. Lady Middleton (46x36) L. Ralston 300 

113. Portrait of a Lady (36x28) J. Stratton 326 

121. Nell Gwynne (50x40) E. Brandus 2,600 

160. William, Earl of Ashburnham (88x56) L. Ralston 600 

LINNELL, JOHN. 

7. The Rooks (30x40) . . . .John Morton 460 

MERLE, HUGUES. 

73. Maternity (39x32) .... B. Q. Gunther 960 

MBTTLING, L. 

26. A Roundhead (84x24) F. A. Mills 276 

BilERVELT, MICHIEL JANSZEN. 

144. A Dutch Gentleman (46x36) Geo. A. Heam 1,000 

MIGNARD, PIERRE. 

124. Mile, de la Sablalre (61x37). ...L. Ralston 725 

MILIUS, F. 

81. An Amateur of Music (7x6% ) Max Mayer 120 

MOLENAER, NICOLAAS. 

9. Skating on the Spaame at Haarlem (23x32). .. .Geo. B. Hopkins 275 

HONTICELLI, ADOLPHB. 

161. La Cour de Henri III (60x98) L. Crist Delmonico 8,600 

HOBBELSE, PAULUS. 

54. A Prince of Nassau (26x19) W. G. Peckham 100 

89. Portrait of a Lady (26x21) J. Stratton 210 

129. Portrait of a Woman (27x21).. B. Fischhof 876 



T. J, BLAKESLEE SALE. 39 

MTTENS, DANIEL. 

79. Portrait of Sir William Ruggeley, of Dunton Cardyarth, Warwickshire; 

(79x47) L. Ralston $550 

NASMYTH, CHARLOTTE. 

94. Italy (28x36) E. Fischhof 1,850 

OAKES, JOHN WRIGHT, A. R. A. 

83. A Surrey Comlleld (12x18) V. G. Fisher 140 

OCHTBRVELT, JACOB. 

95. Vertumnus and Pomona (16x13) B. Fischhof ^M) 

OUDINOT, ACHILLE FRANCOIS. 

27. Mar6e Basse & yilleryllle (38x51) R. Anstin 275 

OWEN, WILLIAM, R. A. 

55. The Wood Cutter (20x25) B. G. Gunther 270 

91. The Young Artist (46x36) Fishel, Adler & Schwartz 200 

PALAMEDESZ, ANTONIS. 

110. Joyous Company (27x33) Durand-Ruel 175 

PALMA, VE(X:HI0 (Attributed to). 

152. Madonna and Child (33x43) George A. Beam 876 

PARRIS. EDWARD THOMAS. 

16. The Bridesmaid (29x21) W. B. Benjamin 150 

PAUL, SIR JOHN DEAN. 

72. Landscape, Norwich in the Distance (40x50). .. .E. Holbrook 400 

PODRBDS, FRANZ (The Younger). 

14. Eleanor de Medici (31x26) J. Pulitzer 1,360 

41. A Dutch Nobleman (52x39) R. Fulton Cutting 700 

114. Portrait of Henrlette de Joyeuse (30x25) J. W. Henning 1,276 

PYNE, JAMES BAKER. 

28. Lake Windermere (36x42) J. Whorton 1,075 

RAEBURN, SIR HENRY, R. A. 

148. Portrait of Margaret Wilson (30x25) J. D. Ichenhauser 826 

RAOUX, JEAN. 

139. The Love Message (38x30) J. G. Macomber 1,700 

RAMSAY, ALLAN. 

77. Portrait of Mrs. Sinclair (48x38) J. A. Moifett 400 

RATHBONE. JOHN. 

15. Landscape (27x39) . . . .E. Hollyoke 17S 

RAVESTEYN, JAN VAN. 

30A. A Dutch Lady V. Q. Fisher 600 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA, P. R. A. 

56. Portrait of Richard Brlnsley Sheridan (36x30) R. F. Cnttlng 1,326 

156. The Right Honorable Sir James Gray (50x43) Joseph Pulitzer 1,650 

RIBOT, AUGUSTIN THEODULB. 

58. The Reader (29x23) 226 

93. Portrait of Himself (18x16) F. A. Mayer 275 

ROBERTS. DAVID, R. A. 

42. Hotel de ViUe, Louvaln (65x55) J. G. Macomber 860 

ROMANI, JUANA. 

67. A Love Token (52x27) M. A. Young 1,000 

ROOTIUS. JAN ALBERTZ. 

76. A Young Hollander (48x35) Durand-Ruel 375 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

64. The Forest of Fontalnebleau (6x8) J. A. Hoagland 1,960 

ROYBET, FERDINAND. 

4. Officer of the King's Guard (26x21) Geo. A. Heam 660 

40. The Cavalier (30x25) John A. Hoagland 1,675 

107. The Standard Bearer (32x39) E. Brandus 1,660 

151. In the Harem (89x51) J. G. Macomber 1,300 

RUYSDABL. SALOMON VAN. 

29. Scene in Holland (20x34) . . . .G. B. Hopkins 400 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

39. At the Pool (24x38).... John A. Hoagland 4,260 

SEIGNAG. G. 

44. Diana (46x30) M. A. Young 460 

90. A Roman Lady (38x29) F. L. Gunther 876 

SHEE, SIR MARTIN, P. R. A. 

74. Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. O'Nell (36x28). .. .J. H. Smith 2,800 

STANNARD. JOSEPH. 

46. The Lock (27x35) Fishel. Adler & Schwarts 410 



40 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

THAULOW, FRITZ. 

57. St. Mark's, Venice (26x32) E. Brandus $1,300 

102. The River Arques, Near Dieppe (26x32) E. J. Statesbury 2.060 

THEOTOCOPULI, DOMENICO. 

126. An Ambassador (38x29) John Larkin 160 

THOMSON, JOHN, R. S. A. 

145. Village Near Duddlngaton (25x30) J. D. Ichenhauser 160 

THORNHILL, SIR JAMES. 

142. Portrait of Miss Adelaide Campbell (30x25) 400 

VAN ARTOIS, JACOBUS. 

111. Landscape (23x33) Flshel, Adler & Schwartz 800 

VAN COOVER, J. 

20. A Holland Landscape (31x40) J. Pulitzer 426 

VAN DRIELST, EGBERT. 

6. Landscape (34x48) J. H. Smith 1,650 

120. Holland Landscape (32x46) E. Fischhof 760 

VAN DYCK, SIR ANTHONY. 

68. Portrait of the Dake of Portland (84x52) Judge S. L. Bronson 16,000 

VAN DYCK, SIR ANTHONY (Attributed to). 

52. Venetian Nobleman (60x46) R. Austin 225 

VAN HONTHORST, GERARD. 

130. Marie de Medici (47x37) E. Brandus 1,260 

VAN MIERIS, WILLIAM. 

132. The Poulterer's Shop (16x13) 750 

VESTIER, ANTOINE. 

136. A Royal Lady of the Period of Louis XVI (24x20) M. Bleiman 376 

VIBERT, JBHAN GEORGES. 

149. Le Repos du Pelntre (27x22) J. Pulitzer 260 

VICTOORS, JAN. 

101. A Rabbi (30x25) ... .Ortgles 600 

VINCENT, GEORGE. 

153. An English Landscape (40x63) V. O. Fisher 076 

VINEA, FRANCESCO. 

36. The Pet (11x9) Max Mayer 170 

WATTS, FREDERICK W. 

51. View Near Tunbrldge, Kent (36x51) John Morton 336 

WILKIK, SIR DAVID, R. A. 

168. Christopher Columbus Submitting the Chart of His Intended Voyage for 
the Discovery of the New World to the Spanish Authorities (58x74) 
J. G. Macomber 2, 100 

WILSON, JOHN. 

10. Morning After the Storm, Corbldre Rocks, Isle of Jersey (35x60) E. 

Bradley 826 

WILSON, RICHARD, R. A. 

86. The Wreck (25x30) 836 

50. Italy (26x36) George G. Benjamin 200 

164. TlTolI (40x50) B. Holbrook 900 

MRS. S. D. WARREN (Estate). 

Collection of 123 paintings sold January 8 and 9, TQ03, at Mendelssohn Hall, 

for a total of $346,275. 

BARQUE, CHARLES. 

19. Turkish Sentinel (10%x8) S. P. Avery. Jr |6,800 

BARYE, ANTOINE LOUIS. 

6. Tiger in I-^ir (Water Color, 9%xl2%) S. P. Avery, Jr 426 

6. Stag Walking (Water Color, 9x11).... S. P. Avery, Jr 700 

BBRCHERE, NARCISSE. 

61. The Walls of Jerusalem (8x10%). .. .R. C. Vose 100 

BONINGTON, RICHARD PARKES. 

62. Hillside (7xl6)....S. P. Avery, Jr 1.150 

BRETON, JULES ADOLPHE. 

59. Brittany Peasant (63x49%) M. Knoedler & Co 4.000 

BREUGHEL, JAN (The Elder). 

90. Circe CalUng UlysBes (13%x20) G. B. Updike 1.100 

BRUSASORCI (The Elder) (Real Name, Domenlco Rlccio). 

93. Lady in Venetian Costume (28x49) O. B. Updike 760 



MRS. S. D. WARREN (ESTATE) SALE. 41 

CATENA, VINCENZO (Real Name, VInceMo dl Blagio). 

94. Madonna (16x20%) G. B. L'pdike $1,000 

CHARLET, NICOLAS TOUSSAINT. 

18. A Grenadier (9%x7) F. Herrmans 200 

COLE, J. FOXCBOFT. 

40. View on Boston Common (25i4x31i/^) G. B. Updike 250 

54. View Near Providence (17%x25%) W. T. Evans 275 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE. 

26. Gray Morning (12^x9%) H. C. Weir 2,200 

71. Lombardy Poplars (n%x23%) S. P. Avery, Jr 5,100 

73. Regrettant la Patrle (23%xl7%) J. Montalgnac 3.500 

75. Landscape with Tree (25%xl9i^) M. Knoedler & Co 15.000 

109. Paris Seen from St. Cloud (18x30) Howard McCormick 14,700 

114. Orpheus and Eurydlce (43x53) E. McMlllin 21,500 

COURBET, GUSTAVE. 

41. Coast View (17x22%) E. McMlllin 1,000 

49A. The Pool T. E. Mun&on 725 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

29. River Bank, Spring (10x17%) M. Knoedler & Co 5,950 

69. Landscape with Storks (9x17) M. Knoedler &, Co 0,700 

72. Marine with Yacht (17x12%) E. McMlllin 1,000 

77. Boats on Shore (13%x22%) S. P. Avery, Jr 3,500 

DAUMIER, HONORE. 

110. A Prison Choir (19x23%) H. Williams 1,400 

DECAMPS, ALEXANDRE GABRIEL. 

21. Bazaars in Cairo (10»4x9) Durand-Ruel 850 

42. Sunset, Tombs Near Cairo (12%x24%) H. Williams 3,000 

DELACROIX, FERDINAND VICTOR EUGENE. 

8. Fight Between Lion and Tiger (Water Color, 9%x8) M. Knoedler A Co. fi50 

30. The Flagellation (13%xl0%) A. A. Healy 000 

116. Hermlnie et les Bergers (32x39) J. Montalgnac 7,200 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

24. Girl and Pet 05*4x12) J. E. French 1„'^25 

32. Hunting Dogs (9%xl3) J. Montalgnac 2,100 

67. Bohemians (9%xl3) J. B. Bloomingdale 2,250 

113. Descent des Boh^mlens (39x31%) Boston Museum of Fine Arts 12,700 

DOMINGO, JOSE. 

15. The Card Players (7^x5) S. M. MlUiken 2,125 

DORE, GUSTAVE PAUL. 

1. Man on Wooden Legs (Sepia, 9x6) G. Williams 30 

DUPRE, JULES. 

28. Sunset (17%x25%) J. Montalgnac 3,000 

56. On the CUff (31%x39%) F. V. Whitney 7.<;oo 

74. Twilight on the Seine (9%xl4) H. C. Wilson 3,200 

FERRARIS. ARTHUR VON. 

39. Scene In Cairo (17x21) G. F. Blandy 1,400 

FORTUNY Y CARBO, MARIANO. 

7. Street Scene (Water Color, 10x8) Mrs. R. C. Lincoln 325 

35. Entrance to a Cave (10x15%) George Gordon King 800 

FROMENTIN, EUGENE. 

22. The Smokers (13%xlO) M. Knoedler & Co 2,fi50 

53. The Escape (25x21) H. Herrmans 850 

64. Arabs at the Fountain (13%xl0»/i) M. Knoedler & Co 1,800 

FULLER, GEORGE, A. N. A. 

43. The Little Dunce (21x17%) M. Knoedler & Co 500 

118. The Quadroon (49x39%) Geo. A. Heam 6,500 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R. A. 

66. Landscape (14x11%) Emerson McMlllin 1,100 

103. Portrait of Constantine John Phipps, Second Baron Musgrave (29x24) 

A. Tooth ft Sons .'{.O.'iO 

6ALLAIT, LOUIS. 

31. A Young Mother (10%x8) B. M. Voorhis 650 

GERICAULT, THEODORE. 

44. Horses in Stable (14%xl8) M. B. Ford 950 

GEROME, JEAN LEON. 

65. L'Emlnence Grlse (38x51) . . . .Boston Museum of Fine Arts 16,000 

GOYA Y LUCIBNTES, FRANCISCO JOSE DE. 

83. Head of a Young Girl (8x6) H. Williams 250 

GREUZE, JEAN BAPTISTE. 

102. Head of a Young Girl (23x19) Joseph Bumham 1.2.%0 



42 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

OUIONKT, ADRIEN. 

80. A Condottl^re (IdxS) J. WlUlama $200 

HAAG, KARL. 

81. A Montenegrin Lady (14x10) A. Tooth & Sons 810 

HARl'IGNIES. HENRI. 

50. L'Etang. Clair de Lane (19i4x23H) M. Knoedler & Co 3,200 

UELST. BARTHOLOMEUS VAN DER. 

95. A Burgomaster's Wife (21x15^) G. B. Hopkins 900 

HENNER. JEAN JACQUES. 

20. La Pieureuse (7^x9^) Mrs. J. D. Tait 000 

HOOGHE, PIETER DE. 

97. Dutch Interior (22x27) S. P. Arery. Jr 3,500 

HUNT. WILLIAM MORRIS. 

23. Wood Interior, Artichoke Rlrer (10x16) G. B. Updike 350 

82. Head of a Spanish Woman (23^x17^^) Wm. Macbeth 250 

111. Sleeping Mother and Child (23x28^) G. B. Updike 660 

INGRES, JEAN AUGUSTS DOMINIQUE. 

52. Cardinal Bibbiena Espousing His Niece to Raphael (23x18) H. Williams. 6,500 

INNESS, GEORGE, N. A. 

119. Evening, Medfield (3Sx63) M. Knoedler & Co 1,500 

INNESS. GEORGE, JR., N. A. 

58. Hunting Scene (29^^x44^) Holland Art Galleries 375 

ISRAELS, JOSEF. 

37. A Cottage Madonna (17%xl3^) A. Lewisohn 3,500 

JACQUE. CHARLES EMILE. 

51. The Poultry Yard (17^x25%) J. Montaignac 2,560 

JOHNSON, EASTMAN, N. A. 

33. The Culprit (ll%x9) Knoedler & Co TOO 

JONGKIND, JOHAN BARTHOLD. 

38. Near Dordrecht (16x24) F. V. Whitney 2,800 

KNAUS, LUDWIG. 

16. A Young Satyr (8^x10%) Hugo Reisinger LOOO 

LA FARGE, BANCEL. 

2. Surf at Narragansett (Water Color, 15x21) Cottier A Co 56 

LA FARGE, JOHN, N. A. 

9. Fisherman and Djlnn (Water Color, 8^x7) S. P. Avery, Jr 600 

10. A Cup of Cold Water (Water Color, 4^^x3H) A. A. Healy 75 

11. Dance on the Beach. Samoa (Water Color. 8%xll) S. P. Arery, Jr.... 225 

12. Angel (Water Color. 9x7) A. A. Healy 110 

13. St. Elizabeth (Water Color, 9%x6) A. A. Healy 110 

57. The Wise Virgin (54x30) S. P. Arery, Jr 575 

65. Old House, Newport (10%x9) Mrs. W. R. Claxton 250 

68. Afterglow (13%xl2) G. Williams 175 

LAMBINET, EMILE. 

46. Lock on the Seine Near Bougiral (20x25^) J. Montaignac 800 

LANDSEEB, CHARLES, R. A. 

63. The Little Actress (18^x10 Vb) DowdesweU & Dowdeswell 960 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A, 

105. Portrait of John Singleton Copley, Lord Lyndhurst (29x25) Bostun 

Musemn of Fine Arts 3,300 

106. Portrait of Lady Lyndhurst (29x24) Boston Museum of Fine Arts 4,100 

LUMINAIS, EVABJSTE VITALB. 

36. Teutons Crossing the Rhine (12^x16) Warren Sheridan 476 

MAL'VP:, ANTON. 

:J4. Donkey and Cart (ll%xl4^4) Joseph Bumbam 800 

METSl', (iABRIEL. 

99. Young Violinist (24%xl9) L. A. Lauthier 825 

MICHEL, GEORGES. 

49. After the Shower (25x30^) T. B. Ball 060 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

25. Coming frr>m the Fountain (is^xl2) E. Brandus 4,000 

76. The Shepherdes* (14x9) M. Ivnoedler & Co 28,500 

78. Peasant Woman and Child ( 18x15) J. Montaignac 11,100 

108. Gartleuse de Ch^rres en Auvergne (21^xl7H) J- Montaignac 3,600 

MOORE, ALBERT. 

3. Hair Pins (Water Color, 12Hx8H) Cottier & Co 526 

MORLAND. GEORGE. 

98. Reading the News (24^x2914) G. B. Updike 800 



MRS. S, D. WARREN (ESTATE) SALE. 43 

NEBR, AART VAN DEB. 

91. Harbor Scene, Holland (10x15) H. Williams $1,500 

NORTON. W. E. 

4. Beached at Low Tide (Water Color, 15%xll%) G. Williams SO 

PASCUTTI, A. 

60. The Duet (6x8) G. B. Updike 175 

PERUGINO, SCHOOL OF. 

100. Madonna and Child (23^x18) H. Williams 726 

PDVIS DE CHAVANNES. PIERRE. 

112. The Elder Sister (41x23%) H. C. Wilson 3,300 

121. Femmes & la Fontaine (70x57) R. D. Evans 8,000 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA, P. R. A. 

104. Portrait of Lady Hervey of Bristol (29x24) E. Fischhof 10,000 

BIBOT, AUGUSTIN THEODULE. 

48. The Chastisement (18x16) G. B. Updike 550 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

27. Sunset Landscape (10x19%) Wm. Macbeth 4,800 

70. Sunday Twilight (7%xl3%) Mrs. Edward Kalg 5.000 

79. A Plain in Berri, Sunset (15%x24%) E. McMIllln 8,700 

RUBENS, PETER PAUL. 

89. Christ's Ascencion (11x10%) A. A. Healy.- 860 

SCHALKEN, GODFRIED. 

88. Wise as a Serpent (13x10%) G. B. Updike 100 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

14. Return of the Foragers (Water Color, 4%x6%) F. Herrmans 460 

TROYON. CONSTANT. 

116. Coast Near VlUiers (26x37) H. Williams 8.100 

49B. Ploughing R. E. Dowling 1,000 

UNKNOWN. 

84. Madonna in an Arch, Flemish, XV Century (12x9) H. C. Wilson 1,500 

85. StIU Life (12x15%) David McCosker 80 

86. Portrait of Martin Luther (10x7%) G. B. Hopkins 900 

87. An Interior, Dutch School, XVII Century (12x15). ...L. A. Lanthler 100 

96. Harbor View (20x30) G. Williams 160 

101. Portrait of Sir Robert Walpole (30x26) G. Williams 160 

VAN MARCKE, EMILE. 

17. Landscape and Cattle (8%xl0%) J. Montalgnac 2,800 

VAN TOL, DOMINICUS. 

92. The Cobbler (12x9%) G. B. Hopkins 950 

VEDDER, ELIHU, N. A. 

45. Ideal Head, Tito (21x17) H. Stutzer 400 

WILSON, RICHARD, R. A. 

117. TIvoll Landscape (39x49%) S. P. Avery, Jr 2,100 

WOHLGEMUTH, MICHAEL. 

120. Death of the Virgin. .. .Presented to Boston Museum of Fine Arts 0,000 

ZAMACOIS, EDUARDO. 

107. Court Jesters at Cards (10%x21) S. P. Avery, Jr 3,000 

ZIEM. FELIX. 

47. Le Canal de Chloggla (21x31) M. Knoedler & Co .3,150 

HENRY G. MARQUAND (Estate). 

Collection of ninety-three paintings sold January 23, 1903, at Mendelssohn 

Hall, for $197,070. 

ABBEY, EDWIN AUSTIN, N. A., R. A. » 

22. Mariana, Measure for Measure (Water Color, 18%x23%) H. Schaus $2,050 

ADAN, LOUIS EMILE. 

63. Out for a Walk (12%x8%) R. M. Haan 60 

ALMA-TADEMA, LAURA. 

46. In Good Hands (16x11) B. Fischhof 700 

ALMA-TADEMA, SIR LAURENCE, R. A. 

45. Amo te, ama me (7x15%) M. Knoedler & Co 10,600 

88. A Reading from Homer (36x72) M. Knoedler &, Co 30,300 

BARILLOT, LEON. 

62. Cows Drinking (7x22) M. B. Metcalf 460 

BECKWITH, J. CARROLL, N. A. 

77. A Summer Evening (24x8) R. M. Haan 200 



44 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

BENSON, EUGENE, N. A. 

65. At Blrl Grande (7x27) R. M. Haan ^300 

BLASHFIELD, EDWIN HOWLAND, N. A. 

82. The Sculptor's Model (17V6xl8%) B. Flschhof 240 

BODMER, KARL. 

47. A Pool in the Forest (12%x8%) R. L. Charaold 76 

BOUGHTON, GEORGE HENRY, N. A., A. R. A. 

68. Black Eyed Susan (24x8) M. F. Savage 1,000 

84. The Cronies (23x23%) Carl Glucksman 660 

93. A Golden Afternoon, Loccombe Chine. Isle of Wight (46x84) E. 

Flschhof 1.600 

86. Marrell'fl Last Visit to Milton (27^x65) M. Roder 4.600 

CAIN, GEORGE JULES AUGUSTE. 

51. His Eminence (12x8%) E. Flschhof 100 

CHURCH, F. S., N. A. 

71. The Enchantress (7%xl8) R. C. Vose 560 

COLE, THOMAS, N. A. 

81. A Roman Aqueduct (14x22%) S. P. Avery. Jr 876 

COLEMAN, CHARLES CARYL, A. N. A. 

74. A Capri Meadow (6x24) M. B. Metcalf 300 

76. A Scene in Capri (5%x241 J. Oehme 300 

COLMAN, SAMUEL, N. A. 

18. Grand Canon of the Colorado (Water Color, 17x21).... A. Richmond 376 

CONSTABLE, JOHN, R. A. 

36. Dedham Vale (30x40) James Henry Smith 18,760 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE. 

37. Classic Landscape (15%xl4) J. Oehme 1,860 

COX, KENYON, N. A. 

79. On the Edge of the Brook (23x8%) A. F. Brewer 140 

CROME, JOHN (Old Cromo). 

27. Landscape with Cottage (44x36) A. Richmond 1.600 

33. Old Mill on the Yare (25x29%) M. Knoedler & Co 8,800 

38. The Porllngton Oak (36x43) Carl Glucksman 3,600 

DECAMPS, ALEXANDRE GABRIEL. 

41. Landscape (12%xl7) Cottier & Co 3,000 

44. The Beggar (9%x6) E. Flschhof 600 

DESCHAMPS, LOUIS. 

56. An Appeal (12x8%) M. Knoedler & Co 176 

DESGOFFE, BLAISE ALEXANDRE. 

48. Still Life (12%x8%) R. C. Vose 86 

DUTZSCHHOLD, HENRI. 

63. Ruins of a Roman Theatre (7x22) R. M. Haan 100 

ELEY, MAY. 

21. Children and Puppy (Water Color, 36x30%) E. Flschhof 700 

ETTY, WILLIAM, R. A. 

67. The Toilet (10%x8) C. Glucksman 300 

FARNETZ. I. 

64. A River Scene (7x22) L. D. Lacy 226 

FRANCAIS, FRANCOIS LOUIS. 

60. Landscape (7x22) M. B. Metcalf 110 

FRERE, PIERRE EDOUARD. 

59. Youthful Curiosity (15x11%) A. A. Healy 425 

FRIPP, GEORGE A. 

19. A River Scene (Water Color, 12x25) Charles Levy 300 

FROMENT, EUGENE. 

52. A Spray of Loves (12%x8%) Nichols 260 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R. A. 

23. Shepherd Boys (13x9%) S. P. Avery, Jr 2,860 

GIFFORD, R. SWAIN, N. A. 

66. A Newport Landscape (7x27) H. Schaus 676 

69. Rocky Farm, Newport (16%x37) H. Schaus 1,000 

GOB, R. 

49. The Moon (12%x8%) W. L. Washington 60 

HOPPNER, JOHN, R. A. 

31. Portrait of Lady Almeria Carpenter (20x17) E. Flschhof 3,200 

29. Portrait of Young Shelley (23%x20) M. Roder 1,000 

36. Portrait of Mrs. Gwyn (29%x24%) J. Seligman , 22,200 

JOHNSON, EASTMAN, N. A. 

68. The Dull Scholar (11x9) A. F. Bno 460 



HENRY G, MARQUAND (ESTATE) SALE. 45 

KBAJDBR, A. 

72. Flowere (7x22) C. E. Lery $70 

KBNSETT. JOHN F.. N. A. 

87. Windsor Castle (29%x44) R. C. Vose 600 

LEIGHTON, LORD FREDERICK, P. R. A. 

00. Mural Painting, Mythological Triptych (85x130, two 85x50) Cottier & 

Co 16,000 

L0RIN6, M. 

13. Schooner at Low Tide (Water Color, 14x9%) S. P. Shotter 66 

MADRAZO, RAIMUNDO DE. 

50. St. BUzabeth of Hungary (10x8) Slg Klee 180 

86. A Spanish Beauty (38%x28%) R. W. Patterson 760 

MARTIN, HENRI JEAN GUILLAUME. 

76. Sunshine and Shadow (7x22) M. Blelman 100 

MENPES, MORTIMER L. 

I.Treasure Trove (Water Color, 7x5) H. Davis 60 

3. Waiting for the Boats (Water Color, 4%x7) W. L. Peckham 85 

B£ERSON, LUC OLIVIER. 

80. Diana (24x20) H. H. Rogers 176 

MILLET, FRANK D., N. A. 

2. Roman Maiden (Water Color, 11x8) Springer 250 

67. A Knickerbocker Citizen (24x8) M. F. Savage 1,450 

MOROT, AIME NICHOLAS. 

83. When the World Was Young (24x19%) S. L. Cromwell 400 

PARSONS, ALFRED, A. R. A. 

7. Stratford-on-Avon (Water Color, 9%xl3%) E. Fischhof 250 

9. Tlntem Abbey (Water Color, 10x16) Mr. Springer 650 

20. An English Landscape (Water Color, 17%x23%) Francis Bartlett 476 

PARSONS, CHARLES, A. N. A. 

11. An English Village (Water Color, 8%xl5%) R. C. Velt 275 

PETTENKOFEN, AUGUST VON. 

39. La Charrette des Blesses (10x13% ) E. Fischhof 2,500 

RAEBURN, SIR HENRY, R. A. 

28. Portrait of Charles Lamb (28x24) A. Laurie & Co 1,160 

RENARD, H. CONSTANTIN. 

73. Still Life (7x22) R. M. Haan 60 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA, P. R. A. 

30. Portrait of the Countess of Nottingham (29%x25%) S. P. Shotter 2,300 

32. Portrait of Hon. Mrs. Stanhope (48x35) T. Jefferson Coolldge for Bos- 
ton Museum of Fine Arts 7,900 

ROMNEY, GEORGE. 

26. The Shy Child (23x21) Cottier & Co 7,800 

34. Portrait of Mrs. Wells (50x40) James Henry Smith 15,500 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

43. Landscape (9%xl3%) S. P. Avery, Jr 3,200 

RUSSELL, JOHN, R. A. 

24. Peg Wofflngton (Pastel, 23x17%) C. Glucksman 860 

8EWELL, AMANDA BREWSTER. 

78. A Nymph (23x8%) F. S. Church 200 

SMITH, F. HOPKINSON. 

10. Bella Mar, Matanzas (Water Color, 11x16) Carl Glucksman 200 

8MYTHE, LIONEL P. 

6. The Young Gleaners (Water Color, 7x12) J. H. Andrews 86 

8. Children and Greyhound (Water Color, 8x12) J. H. Andrews 80 

17. In the Woods (Water Color, 21x12) F. A. Chapman 876 

TINTORETTO (JACOPO ROBUSTI). 

25. Portrait of Henry of Valols (40%x30%) E. Fischhof 700 

TOTTIERE, E. 

61. Nymphs Bathing (7x22) H. H. Rogers .• 200 

TROUILI.IBERT, PAUL P. 

54. Landscape (12x8% ) P. T. Glover 826 

TROYON, CONSTANT. 

40. landscape and Cattle (23x33%) E. Fischhof 2,660 

42. A Fisher Boy (9x7) T. W. Rouss 426 

TURNER, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM, R. A. 

14. Katz Castle with Rhelnfels (Water Color, 7%xl2%) T. Jeflferson CJool- 

Idge for Boston Museum of Fine Arts 1,026 

15. Petcrhof (Water Color, 8%xl2%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,700 

1«. From Ehrenbreltstein (Water Color, 8%xl2%) S. P. Shotter 1,760 



46 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

VILLE6AS, JOSE. 

5. A Spanish Fencer (Water Color, 11x7%) R. C. Velt $110 

56. At the Door of the Harem (12x8) A. Tooth & Sons 660 

89. The Page (78x39) S. P. Shotter 800 

WILLEMS, FLORENT. 

70. The Mother's Prayer (16x12%) M. Roder 276 

WYLLIB, WILLIAM LIONEL, A. R. A. 

4. River Stour (Water Color, 7x10) H. Mansfield 85 

12. The Chapman (Water Color, 7x17).... J. F. Victor 60 

DAVID C. LYALL (Estate). 

Collection of 104 paintings sold February 10, 1903, at Mendelssohn Hall, 

for a total of $249,445, 

ACHENBACH, OSWALD. 

103. On the Mediterranean (26^x39%) W. J. Curtis $800 

ADAN, LOUIS EMILE. 

1. The Sly Butler (Water Color, 14%xl0) A. Blumenstiel 90 

BASTIEN-LEPAGE, JULES. 

87. Rlre d'Arril (26x31%) A. Tooth ft Sons 2,100 

BECKER, CARL LUDWIG FRIEDRICH. 

85. Old Beaux (29%x23) Emerson McMlllin 225 

BOHM, PAUL. 

21. Mother's Pride (6x8) E. R. Peron 2:J0 

BOLDINI, GIOVANNI. 

38. The Boudoir (12x9) W. J. Curtis 425 

BONHEUR, FRANCOIS AUGUSTE. 

83. Summer Time (23x31) J. Oehme 2,050 

BONNAT, LEON JOSEPH FLORENTIN. 

86. The Broken Pitcher (28%xl8%) Edward Brandus 3,000 

BOUGUEREAU, WILLIAM ADOLPHE. 

100. Crossing 'the Stream (62x41) J. Oehme 4.500 

BRASCASSAT. JACQUES RAYMOND. 

55. Bull and Dog (15%x20%) Emerson McMillln 1,000 

BRETON, JULES ADOLPHE. 

95. La Fin du Travail (20x47) W. A. Clark 25,500 

CABAT, LOUIS. 

66. Landscape (19%x23) Flshel, Adler & Schwarts 775 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES. 

59. Mon Jardln (18x21%) H. Relslnger 2,«)0 

CHAPLIN, CHARLES J. 

5. The Bather (Water Color, 10x6) A. Tooth & Sons 200 

COOPER, THOMAS SIDNEY. 

4. Landscape and Cattle (Sepia Drawing, 8x10).... A. D. Duff 120 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLB. 

47. Near the Sea (I7%xl4%) H. 0. Selxas 6,200 

71. The Forest Path (21x16%) J. Oehme 5,600 

75. Le Bouleau (20%x31) George A. Dowden 20,000 

COT, PIERRE AUGUSTE. 

105. Springtime (82x49) F. J. Goodwin 3,100 

COURBET, GUSTAVB. 

88. Environs of Omans (28%x36%) Julius Oehme 6,200 

COX, DAVID. 

8. Crossing the Common (99^x14) J. G. Gillespie 270 

DARGBLAS, HENRI. 

35. The Sewing Lesson (14x10%).... J. 6. Kohns 110 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

53. Bords de Rlvidre (12%x2'J%) W. A. Clark 3,800 

60. Sunset on the River (15x26) W. A. Cl«rk 11,500 

61. Twilight (15x26) Durand-Ruel 1,800 

92. Early Spring (23%x39) D. Guggenheim 4,200 

DB BBAUMONT. CHARLES EDOUARD. 

10. A Summer Idyl (Water Color. 9%x6) J. Q. Gillespie 180 

11. The Parrot (Water Color, 9x6%) H. O. Seixas 210 



DAVID C. LYALL (ESTATE) SALE. 47 

DELACROIX, FERDINAND VICTOR EUGENE. 

96. L* Enlevement de Rebecca (39^x32) Durand-Ruel $11,100 

DE NEUVILLE, ALPHONSE MARIE. 

97. The Destruction of the Telegraph Line (47x32%) H. O. Schaus 12,000 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

42. Forest of Fontalnebleau (12x15%) J. Oehme 1,300 

74. Cupid's Festival (22%x29) J. B. Haggin 3,300 

DUPRE, JULES. 

39. The Coming Storm (12x14) Harrison D. Meyer 1,350 

44. Sunset (12x18) Louis Marshall 3,100 

54. Landscape, Autumn (16%x23) Emerson McMllIin 1,800 

ERDMANN. OTTO. 

104. "Is It for Me?" (36x28) A. F. Brewer 150 

ERNST, RUDOLF. 

79. Despatch Bearer (24x19%) R. H. Haau 300 

FABRON. LOUIS. 

32. A Turkish Soldier (13x7%) J. G. Gillespie 120 

FOSTER, BIRKET. 

6. A Seashore Scene (Water Color, 5x7) Julius Oehme 320 

7. Mending Baby's Carriage (Water Color, 6x7) Julius Oehme 390 

FRANCAIS, FRANCOIS LOUIS. 

58. Environs de Rome, Sunset (16%x25) Emorson McMillin 1,200 

64. Environs de Plomblftres (16%x25%) Emerson McMillin 600 

FRAFPA JOSE 

78.* In the Art Gallery (23%xl9%) J. Oehme 700 

FROMENTIN, EUGENE. 

93. Souvenir of Algeria (19%x36%) J. C. Carter 4,200 

GEROME, JEAN LEON. 

89. A Strolling Merchant (30%x21) D. Guggenheim 6,000 

GLANTSCHNIGG. 

45. A Connoisseur. ... 0. Swarta 60 

HANOTEAU, HDCTOR. 

98. Gardeuses d'OIes (81x39%). . ..A. F. Brewer 350 

HEBERT, ANTOINE AUGUSTE ERNEST. 

101. La Volz Celeste (52%x30%) Emerson McMillin 1,500 

HBILBUTH, FERDINAND. 

29. In the Garden (11x7) I. Guggenheim 200 

HENNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

51. Penitent Magdalen (16x12%) . . . .Edson Bradley 4,200 

HEKEAU, JULES. 

60. A Shepherdess (22x16) J. B. Haggin 425. 

ISABEY, EUGENE LOUIS GABRIEL. 

90. The Cardinal's Blessing (31%x23%) D. Guggenheim 3,500^ 

J ACCRUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

23. Sheep (6x7%) Harrison D. Meyer 475 

72. Landscape and Sheep (20x25) J. Oehme 5,050< 

JOHNSON, DAVID, N. A. 

22. On the Esopus Creek (6x8%) P. W. Rouss 210' 

50. Study from Nature, Ramapo (13%x21) A. W. Thayer 825- 

57. Landscape (18x26) . . . .John F. Talmage 1,200' 

KLIMSCH, EUGENE. 

3. The Cavalier (Water Color, 6%x4) FIshel, Adler & Schwartz IIO* 

LAMBINET, EMILE. 

33. Landscape (11x15%) A. Tooth & Sons 200 

LEADER, BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, B. A. 

56. Stormy Weather, Capel Curig, North Wales (18x26) Emerson McMillin.. 1,100 

LELOIR, MAURICE. 

13. The Fair Angler (Water Color, 10x14%) E. Dwlght 240 

14. Feeding the Pigeons (Water Color, 10x14%) E. Dwight 20O 

49. The Farewell (17%xl4%) B. Dwight 376 

MADOU, JEAN BAPTISTS. 

37. The Smoker (10x7%) J. G. Gillespie 276 

40. Grandfather's Present (14%xl2) W. J. Walter 200 

MADRAZO, RAIMUNDO DE. 

24. A Guitar Player (8x4%) G. G. Benjamin 250 

MAUVE, ANTON. 

28. Cattle and Landscape (9x14%) F. A. Chapman 1,100 



48 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

MEYER VON BREMEN, J. G. 

70. Meditation (22x16) J. Oehme $2«0e0 

MICHEL, GEORGES. 

68. Landscape (21x24) H. Schaus 1,300 

80. Landscape and Sheep (23x28) John F. Talmage 675 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

16. Ganleuse des Vaches (Paatel. 11^x17%) F. A. Chapman 2.300 

26. The Surprised Bather (7x9) Emerson McMillln 1,700 

73. La Nalssance du Veau (19x23% ) Geo. A. Dowden 8,600 

NICOL, ERSKINE. 

76. Nothing Better to Do (24x18) J. Oehme 1.700 

81. Club Law (27x21%) Max Bleiman 625 

O'NEIL, G. B. 

63. Sampling Wheat (18%x23) C. H. Kllsey 600 

PALMAROU, VINCENTE. 

84. A Pretty Model (28V4x24) J. M. Lery 900 

PASINT, ALBERTO. 

41. Entrance to the ^osqne (12Hxl6) A. Tooth & Sons 1,350 

PECRUS, C. 

38. The Doctor's Visit (13x10%) J. G. Gtnespie 100 

PELOUSE. LEON GERMAIN. 

67. Early Morning, Flnlstdre (18x25%) H. Schaos 860 

77. On the .S«*lne a9%x34%) H. Schaus 1,675 

PERRACLT, LEON. 

48. "WUl Yon Hare One?" (15%xl3) I. Guggenheim K5 

POLLET, VICTOR FLORENCE. 

2. The Convalescent (Water Color. 9x6%) H. O. Schaus 90 

PBOTAIS, PAUL ALEXANDRE. 

rn. PH»»» drne Batterle (25%x39%) J. C. Carter 1,100 

ROCSSEAU, THEODORE. 

43. Landscape <12%xl4%) Max Bleiman 1.600 

46. Th.» «;ik. Sunset il2%xl6) J. Oehme 5.700 

52. Ploughing (15x18) W. A. Oark 5.100 

RUIPEREZ. LOCIS. 

27. The Card Players (10%x8) J. C. Stnwberg 150 

31. Fencing Masters (10x13%) W. J. Walter 325 

34. An Interesting G^me (12x9) Julius Oehme 7. 150 

SCHREYER, .ADOLF. 

DO. A Sortie « :j2%x51%) John A. Haggln 13.900 

SIGNORINI, GIUSEPPI. 

19. A Bedouin (Water Color, 27x17) C. Smith 725 

SIMONETTL ATTILIO. 

18. The Declaration (Water Color. 14%xl8%) E. Dwlght 275 

TISSOT. J. JAMES. 

30. On the Serpentine (ll%x8) J. Oehme 180 

TROYON. CONSTANT. 

91. Cattle (28%x36) D. Guggenheim 8,400 

TURNER, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM. R. A. 

9. A Souvenir of the Rhine (Water Color. 9%xl2%) W. J. Walter 900 

VAN BOSKERCK. ROBERT W.. A. N. A. 

66. Sheep and Pasture (19x29%) 4S0 

VAN MARCKE, EMILE. 

82. Landscape and Cattle (22x31% ) M. Knuedler A Co 6,700 

VERBOECKHOVEN. EUGENE JOSEPH. 

20. Ewe and Lamb (4%x5%) J. G. Gillespie 160 

VIBERT, JEHAN GEORGES. 

17. Water Carrier ( Water Color. 14xl0> A. W. Thayer 550 

VOLLON. ANTOINB. 

2S. Still Ufe t9%xl2%) Glaenxer & Co 800 

102. Molssonneuse (47x29) Emerson McMllUn LSOO 

WORMS. JULES. 

12. The Chiding Cnpid (Water Color, 14%xl0> A. S. Bonss 210 

ZAMACOIS, EDUARDO. 

15. A Picador (Water Color. Il%x8) Flshet. Adler 4 ScHwarta 170 

ZIMMERMAN N. BLEINHARD SEBASTIAN. 

62. The Confessional (17x24) R. M. Haan ISO 




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/. D. ICHENHAUSER SALE. 49 

J. D. ICHENHAUSER. 

Collection of 155 paintings sold February 26 and 27, 1903, at Mendelssohn 

Hall, for a total of $96,530. 

ALKEN, HENRY. 

20. Cotheratone, Winner of the Derby, 1843 (12x16) G. H. Richmond $200 

ANDREWS, THOMAS. 

10. The Seaman's Resort (12x10) S. Markendorff 30 

BACKHUYSEN. LUDOLF. 

43. Shipping (21x27) ICO 

BAKER, WILLIAM BLISS. 

90. Hiding in the Haycocks (22x30) Harry Mayer 590 

BARRETT, GEORGE, R. A. 

54. Landscape (25x30) S. P. Shotter 175 

BEJECHEY, SIR WILLIAM, R. A. 

65. James. Earl of Cardigan (36x28) J. H. Jeffreys 1,000 

BERCHEM, NICOLAS. 

:m. Man Cloaning a White Horse (16x21) 575 

142. Italian Landscape, with Bathers (50x40) C. Y. Chester 525 

BLAKELOCK, RALPH ALBERT. 

75. Small Landscape (6^x10) F. Housman 100 

78. Antumn Landscape (20x16) F. Housman 2:t0 

BRANGWYN, FRANK. 

135. Spanish Fisherman (40x51) Carl Glucksman 275 

BRUEGHEL, PETER. 

3. VllUge Scene (7x8) 30 

4. Landscape and Figures (7x8) J. Langeloth 45 

BUNCE, WILLIAM GEDNEY. 

76. Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice (Water Color, 13^^x9%) H. G. 

Ward 190 

CALLCOTT, SIR AUGUSTUS W., R. A. 

41. Sea Piece and Shipping (18x21) T. Carmlchael 146 

CANALETTO (ANTONIO CAN ALE). 

102. View of the Grand Canal, Venice (21x31) George Blumenthal 2,550 

CARPENTIERS. ADRIEN. 

96. Portrait of a Lady (30x25) F. Housman 190 

COLLINS, WILLIAM, R. A. 

32. Fishermen's Children (15%x28%> 200 

73. Harvest Showers (40x64) Eugene W. Paige 4,100 

CONSTABLE, JOHN. R. A. 

12. Watering the Horse (8»^x8) G. H. Richmond 300 

COPLEY, JOHN SINGLETON, R. A. 

72. Portraits of the Polham Children (92x58) 1,000 

150. Darid Garrick (84x50) 2,<MH) 

COURBET, GUSTAVE. 

27. Coast with White Cliffs (18x22) G. H. Richmond 600 

91. Coast Scene (19x28) F. Carmlchael 350 

CRESWICK, THOMAS, R. A. 

13. Road to Ballahullsh (7%xl0%) T. Carmlchael IIO 

CROME, JOHN (Old Crome). 

44. Coast Scene (22x28) Sidney Abenhelm 250 

79. View Near North Elmhara (12x17) S. P. Shotter 300 

97. Landscape with Ruined Church (30x25) S. P. Shotter 820 

CROME, JOHN BERNAY. 

58. Rlrer Scene, Moonlight (22x35) G. H. Richmond 275 

CUYP, AELBERT. 

53. Portrait of a Gentleman (27x22) 300 

CUYP, JACOB GERRITSZ. 

138. Girl with Orange (50x38) Chas. DeKay 250 

DANBY, JAMES F., A. R. A. 

8. On the Medway (8%xl4) Hlldebrandt 90 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

145. Rlrer Scene with Cattle, Moonrlse (34x58) Fishel, Adler & Schwarts.. 2,000 

DELACROIX, AUGUSTE. 

117. Coast Scene (22x30) M. Mayer 210 

DENON, BARON DOMINIQUE VIVANT. 

23. View Near Cairo (14x18) E. Wetmore 110 



so AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

I>OBB, GUSTAVB PAUL. 

98. Rocky Glen (33x25%) C. Hlldebrandt $125 

DBOUAIS. FRANCOIS HUBERT. 

59. Portrait of Buffon (30x26) . . . .C. Hlldebrandt 160 

DUSART, CORNEUS. 

2. The Toper (7x6%) ... .0. Hlldebrandt 25 

FORTUNY, MARIANO. 

118. Original Sketch for The Spanish Marriage (13x37) .... Robert J. Collier.. 1,200 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R. A. 

49. Portrait of Lord Dundonald (30x26) 675 

104. The Carrier's Cart (30x24) S. P. Shotter 425 

106, Portrait of Lady Buller (30x25) E. Berolzhelmer 1 ,.'>26 

GRIEPF, ANTON. 

22. StUl Life (14x17) E. Berolzhelmer (JO 

GUARDI, FRANCESCO. 

46. Venetian Scene (25x30) 625 

HAVELL, WILLIAM. 

92. The Garden of the Hesperldes (18x33) Robert J. Collier 200 

HERRING, J. F., SR. 

133. Waiting for the Ferry (35x45) 825 

HILDER, RICHARD. 

1. Small Landscape (8x10).... C. Hlldebrandt 26 

HILTON, WILLIAM, R. A. 

143. Portrait of Lord Althorp, afterward Third Earl of Spencer (50x40) 

G. H. Richmond 475 

HOGARTH, WILLIAM. 

108. The Greenroom (32x36) E. Berolzhelmer 1 ,075 

HOOGHE, PIETER DE. 

101. Interior (24%x28) G. H. Richmond 625 

HOPPNER, JOHN, R. A. 

61. Child with Basket of Flowers (36x28) E. Berolzhelmer 1,650 

HUDSON, THOMAS. 

139. Portrait of William Pitt, afterward Earl of Chatham (60x40) C. Hllde- 
brandt 200 

JANSSBNS VAN €EULIN, CORNELIS. 

94. Portrait of the Queen of Bohemia (30x26) F. Hoosman 300 

JEROME, AMBROSINI. 

141. Children of Queen Victoria (46x56) G. T. Raflferty 226 

KAUFFMAN, ANGELICA, R. A. 

47. Portrait of the Artist (30x25) Geo. Blumenthal I ,«20 

113. Lady in a White Dress (25x21) 450 

KEITH, WILLIAM. 

77. Landscape with Pool and Cattle (10%x2194) H. G. Ward 85 

KNELLER, SIR GODFREY. 

68. Lady Catherine Wyndham (32x28) Spencer P. Shotter 750 

71. Portrait of Queen Anne (77xi67%). . . .J. H. Jeffreys 600 

112. Portrait of Joseph Addison (36%x31) Jeannette B. Glider 275 

147. Portrait of Lord Clifford and Lady Jiane, his Sister (60x48) S. W. 

Whltlelgh 1 ,000 

LANDSEER, SIR EDWIN HENRY, R. A. 

25. Odin (17x21).. S. P. Shotter 000 

26. Hafed (17x21). .. .S. P. Shotter 1,050 

LARGILLIERE, NICOLAS. 

45. Princess Clementina Sobleskl (24x20) S. P. Shotter 500 

61. Princess de Cond6 (30x25) G. H. Richmond 425 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A. 

29. Portrait of Miss Cuthbert (24x20) G. H. Richmond 650 

66. Portrait of Miss Maria Slddons (30x25) S. P. Shotter 650 

103. Portrait of Richard Evans (30x25) S. W. Whltlelgh 1,000 

LEDOUX, MLLE. PHILIBERTB. 

60. Lady In a White Dress (30x25) 400 

LELY, SIR PETER. 

34. Portrait of Algernon Sidney (18x14) S. P. Shotter 576 

35. Henry Sidney (Lord Romney) (18x14) S. P. Shotter 460 

66. Child and Dog (30x26) S. P. Shotter 400 

144. The Countess of Peterborough (68x45%) . . . . F. Housman 650 

LESLIE, CHARLES ROBERT, R. A. 

11. The Duke and Duchess Reading (9x7%) G. H. Richmond 276 



/. D, ICHENHAUSER SALE. 51 

LOUTHERBOURG, PHILIPPE JACQUES DB, R. A. 

37. Landscape and Gypsies (17x21) $80 

03. Landscape with Cattle and Ruins (23^x31). .. .H. D. Lacey 160 

MIGNARD, PIERRE. 

134. Portrait of Anne of Austria (49x38^) C. Hildebrandt 275 

MOBLAND, GEORGE. 

0. Shepherds and Sheep (4%x5%) . . . .Geo. G. Benjamin 45 

6. Gypsies (4%x5%) T. Carmichael 45 

14. Winter Scene, Skating (10^x14) 100 

110. The Dragon Inn (27x36) S. P. Shotter 625 

120. The Smugglers (28x36) S. W. Whitleigh 410 

123. Sow and Pigs (28x36) . . . .Geo. B. Wheeler 875 

NAVLET, VICTOR. 

107. Galerie d'Apollon in the Louvre (36x29).. . .M. Mayer 225 

NEBFS, PEETER (The Elder). 

38. Interior of Cathedral (18x23^) Geo. G. Benjamin • 120 

NBTSCHER, CASPAR. 

24. Lady of Fashion as St. Catherine (17x12^) G. H. Richmond 275 

OPIB, JOHN, R. A. 

67. Portrait of Mrs. Pope (80x25) Mrs.. Sinclaire 300 

87. Head of a Girl (17^x14) Geo. G. Benjamin 250 

116. Head of an Oriental (29x25) C. Hildebrandt 100 

OWEN, WILLIAM, R. A. 

140. Mother and Child (51x40) 8. J. Frank 160 

PEPPERCORN, A. D. 

21. Landscape, A Gray Day (12x18) .... Geo. G. Benjamin 60 

PICKERSGILL, HENRY WILLIAM, R. A. 

114. Portrait of William Wordsworth (30x26) L. F. Whiting 410 

POTTER, PAUL. 

154. Landscape and Cattle (39x51%) 5,000 

POUSSIN, GASPARD. 

129. Classical Landscape with Figures (30x41) F. B. Harrison 725 

PYNB. JAMES BAKER. 

31. View Near Tivoll (18x24) C. Hildebrandt 90 

106. Cader Idrls (22x33) M. Mayer 290 

RAEBURN, SIR HENRY, R. A. 

99. James Innes-Ker, afterward Fifth Earl of Roxburgh (30x25) J.' G. 

Gillespie 500 

100. Portrait of Mrs. Innes (30x25) G. H. Richmond 875 

RAPHAEL. 

84. Original Study for Raphael's Famous Painting, The Entombment (6x5i/i) 

D. Zachari 1,400 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. 

28. Portrait of the Artist's Son Titus (24x20) Vitall Benguiat 8,100 

BENI, GUIDO. 

109. Infant Christ Sleeping on a Cross (26x35) B. Berolzheimer 1,000 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA, P. R. A. 

39. Portrait of Mrs. Otway (24x18%) 650 

155. Richard GrenviUe, First Earl Temple (93x57) Frank Keeble 4,200 

RTCCI, SEBASTIANO. 

86. The Magdalen Washing the Feet of Christ (19%x23%)... .H. D. Lacey... 155 

RIX, JULIAN. 

132. Early Autumn (83x46) . . . .Charles Stotsberg 976 

ROMNEY, GEORGE. 

149. Child Flying a Kite (50x40). .Fishel, Adler & Schwartz 2,050 

RUBENS, PETER PAUL. 

148. Pluto and Proserpine (30x62) .... Fishel, Adler k. Schwartz 2,250 

RUSKIN, JOHN. 

85. Portrait of Mrs. Eeevil Davles (19%xl2%) . . . .G. H. Richmond 775 

SAUVAGE, PIAT JOSEPH. 

88. Infant Bacchanals (17x31) S. W. Whitleigh 200 

89. Infant Bacchanals (17x31) S. W. Whitleigh 200 

SHBE, SIR MARTIN ARCHER, P. R. A. 

48. Portrait of Miss Peel (30x25) George H. Richmond 550 

121. Boy with Bird Cage (30x25) W. E. Benjamin 110 

STANLEY, CALEB ROBERT. 

115. Street Scene in Rouen (28x36) T. Carmichael 8)0 

STANNARD, ALFRED. 

124. Cornfield at Bough Apton (26x40) C. Hildebrandt 220 



52 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

STANNARD, JOSEPH. 

38. Rough Sea (17x21) C. Hlldebrandt $100 

STARK, JAMES. 

68. Windsor Park (28x36) George H. Richmond 1,025 

STUART GILBERT 

67.* Portrait of John FothergiU, M. D. (36x28) . . . .George H. Richmond 675 

SYJUR, JOUN. 

9. Water Mill (10x14) 65 

TBNIBRS, DAVID (The Younger) (with Van de Velde, The Younger). 

111. Christ on the Waters (23%x33H) G. H. Richmond 626 

TINTORETTO (JACOPO ROBUSTI). 

128. Senator In Crimson Gown (40x35) S. W. Whltlelgh 625 

153. A Procurator of St. Marie's (43x36) H. G. Ward 375 

TURNER, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM, R. A. 

7. Street in Dover (6%x8) 200 

16. The Straw Yard (7x10%) S. P. Shotter 210 

17. The Hlv»'r Wye (Sepia, 7x10) J. Abner Harper 220 

18. St. Catherine's Hill, near Guildford (Water Color, 7x10) J. Abner 

Harper 260 

82. Lago dl Magglore, Locarno (5x7) E. Berolzheimer 425 

83. Lago dl Magglore, Pallanza (5x7) E. Berolzheimer 500 

119. View of the Neckar (14x17%) B. Berolzheimer 775 

131. The Wreck (28x36) S. W. Whltlelgh 1,100 

151. Ehrenbreitsteln (23%x29) Frank Keeble 8,500 

VAN RRYEREN, ABRAHAM. 

125. Still Ufe, Fish (31x42) J. G. Gillespie 100 

VAN DKELEN, DIRCK (with Van Herp). 

126. Italian Street Scene (33x48) 180 

VAN DR VKLDE. WILLEM (the Younger, with Tenlers, the Younger). 

111. Christ on the Waters (23%x33%) G. H. Richmond 626 

VAN DYCK, SIR ANTHONY. 

50. Portrait of Inlgo Jones (25x21) V. Bengulat 4,100 

146. Ilenrlette Maria, Wife of Charles I (48x37) G. H. Richmond 2,100 

VAN HERP, GUILLIAM (with Van Deelen). 

126. Italian Street Scene (33x48) 180 

VAN HONTHORST, GETRARD. 

152. St. Matthew Called from the Receipt of Custom (57x88) W. B. Cutler.. 450 

VAN LOO, CHARLES ANDRE. 

52. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (20x20%) 686 

VAN OSTADE, ADRIAAN. 

19. Man Beside a Cottage (10x7%) B. Berolzheimer 120 

VAN TOL, DOMINICUS. 

33. The Pledge (18%xl6%) S. P. Shotter 125 

VELASQUEZ. DIEGO RODRIGUEZ DE SILVA Y. 

130. Temple of the Winds (25%x42) B. Browning 626 

VINCENT, (;K()U(}E. 

95. Landscape and Two Cows (24x30) B. Berolzheimer 300 

137. Country Lane (37x48) J. G. Gillespie 875 

WARD, JA'MBS, R. A. 

63. Horses, Morning ((22x28) G. H. Richmond 160 

64. lloriifs, Evening (22x27) G. H. Richmond 160 

WATTS, FREDERICK W. 

62. Landscape and Cottage (25x34) G. H. Richmond 200 

127. Ventnor MIU, Isle of Wight (37x44) . . . .H. G. Ward 350 

WEST, BENJAMIN, P. R. A. 

81. Agrlppini (16x24) Cable 425 

WHEATLEY, FRANCIS, R. A. 

70. Cottage Exterior (50x68) James Colman 626 

WILLIAMS, EDWARD 0. 

136. The Red Lion Inn (30x50) B. Berolzheimer 1,026 

WILSON, RICHARD, R. A. 

40. Landscape and Ruins (14x20) R. E. Bentley 110 

65. Girl with Bird's Nest (30x25) 300 

80. Tivoli Landscape (14%xl7%) S. W. Whltlelgh 210 

122. Lake Scene with Ruins (28x32) F. B. Harrison 676 

WYCK THOMAS 

42. The Quack Doctor (20x23) B. Berolzheimer 100 

WYNANTS JAN 

15. Small Dutch landscape (10%xl3%) C. Hlldebrandt 100 

ZOPFANY, JOHANN, R. a. 

74. Portrait of Mosart the Elder (64%x&0) G. Hlldebrandt 260 



53 
COLLECTION FROM ESTATES OF 

Clarence King, William H. Fuller and Theodore G. Weil, H. Victor 
Newcomb, and an Estate represented by Zabriskie, Burrill & Murray, 
Attorneys. ^ 

Comprising 202 paintings, sold March 12 and 13, 1903, at Mendelssohn Hall, 

for a total of $138,223. 

ALMA-TADEMA, sir LAURENCE, R. A. 

160. Home from Shopping (16x22%) G. A. Dowden $1,660 

ANGELL, HELEN C. 

7. Roses (Water Color, 13%xl0) A. Tooth & Sons 60 

APOL, LOUIS. 

22. Winter E^renlng (Water Color, 14^x21%) Flshel, Adler & Schwartz 110 

ARANDA, LOUIS JIMINEZ Y. 

43. The Fiddler (10Vix7%) Flshel, Adler & Schwartz 170 

51. On the Garden Wall (16x10%) M. H. Lehman 130 

ARNFELDT, G. 

176. Setter Dogs on a Scent (5?4x9%) T. Carmlchael 76 

BARON, CHARLES ANTOINE HENRI. 

64. A Game of Bowls (11x1614 ) L. A. Lanthler 80 

BARYE. ANTOINE LOUIS. 

110. Tiger In the Desert (Water Color, 8x11%) 300 

111. Lion Listening (Water Color, 9%xl2%) Cottier & Co 800 

BASTERT, NICOLAAS. 

12. Canal in Holland (Water Color, 16%xl0) Glendennlng 96 

BEDINI. P. 

45. Sampling Wine (9%x6i4) F. Reldmeister 120 

BBRNE-BELLECOUR, ETIENNE PROSPER. 

63. Chasseur (16x12) A. B. Meyer 310 

197. A Camp (20Vix30%) H. O. Selxas 1,126 

BIEBSTADT, ALBEnEtT, N. A. 

90. Roman Ruins (19% x27) F. A. Mayer 176 

93. Landscape (20JAx27%) G. A. Dowden 166 

191. A Neglected Garden, Villa d'Este (19%x27) JacaccI 276 

BILLET, PIERRE CELESTIN. 

78. The Lara Bed, Mussel Gathering (24x17%) W. S. Hughes 250 

BLOMMERS, B. T. 

137. At the Seashore (Water Color, 19x29) Cottier & Co 1,000 

BOLDINI, GIOVANNI. 

62. In the Garden (11x19%) Glaenzer & Co 300 

BONHEUR, ROSA. 

62. The Artist's Pony (9%xl2%) A. Tooth & Sons 860 

BOSBOOM, JOHANNES. 

11. Interior of a Cathedral (Water Color, 13%xl2%) Cottier & Co 275 

BODGHTON, GEORGE HENRY, R. A., N. A. 

158. The Kissing Bridge (20x30) T. B. Ball 775 

BODGUEREAU, WILLIAM ADOLPHB. 

65. Head of a Child (18x15) M. Rlchter 600 

198. At the Fireside (40%x29%) Holland Art Galleries 1,300 

BRADLEY, BASIL. 

120. Highland Cattle (Water Color, 13%x20) A. B. Meyer 86 

BRASCASSAT, JACQUES RAYMOND. 

88. Bull Fight (25x30) T. R. Ball 1,426 

BRUGUISH. 

24. A Garden Wall In Venice (Water Color, 17x22) G. H. Richmond 55 

CABALLERO. M. I. 

87. The Old Jewel (25%x32i4) Mrs. Theodore 186 

CARLE. 

188. Interior of Cabaret (12%xl4%) Glendennlng 100 

CASANOVA Y ESTORACII. ANTONIO. 

83. The Dance (20x31%) H. Relslnger 026 

CERMANI. J. G. 

113. An Alpine Valley (Water Color. 8%il2%) A. W. Sewell 36 

CHELMONSKI. JOZEF. 

94. Sleighing In Russia (31%x63) T. F. Keating 210 



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KING-FULLER SALE. 55 

GIFFORD. B. SWAIN, N. A. 

196. On the Banks of the Nile (14x18%) J. N. Buckley $170 

200. Mosque of Mohammed All, Cairo (30x45) J. Beldmeiater 410 

GOODWIN, ALBERT. 

122. An English Rlrer Scene (Water Color, 11^x20%) A. Tooth & Sons 85 

GOUBIE, JEAN RICHARD. 

157. The Falconer* (35*4x51%) Sterling 675 

HALL, J. P. 

97. The (Taralier and the Puritan (31x41) M. E. Meredith 100 

HARPIGNIES, HENRI. 

9. Landscape (Water Color, 9x12) A. A. Healy 170 

HEDA. WILLEM KLAASZ (Attributed to). 

192. Still Life (41^x45%) 876 

HERMANN, LEO CHARLES. 

38. A Choice Vintage (9%x7) A. D. Meyer 160 

HOMER, WINSLOW, N. A. 

46. Returning from the Spring (8x6) Zalinski 190 

HUNT, ALFRED WILLIAM. 

119. Fruit and Berries (Water Color, 6%xl0%) A. Tooth & Sons 220 

INDDNO, OIROLAMO. 

6. The Collector (Water Color, 10x13) E. Leverlch 166 

INNESS, GEORGE, N. A. 

162. Twilight (22x30%) Fishel, Adler & Schwarta 1,000 

ISRAELS. JOSEF. 

135. Mother and Child (Water Color, 21x23) (M. Knoedler k. Co 2,125 

JACQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

172. A Bam Interior, with Sheep (9%xl3%) Fishel, Adler & Schwartz 850 

JACQUET, JEAN GUST AVE. 

40. Female Drummer (13x8%) Seaman 810 

JOHNSON, DAVID, N. A. 

39. Landscape (8%xllV4) M. Frledsam 210 

q3. Scene at Georgetown, Conn. (12x18) Charles SStotsberg 240 

169. At Ghent, N. Y. (16x13) A. D. Meyer 176 

KAEMMERER, FREDERIK HENRI. 

41. A Gentleman of the Directory (10x6) F. Chapman 160 

42. A Lady of the Directory (9%x6) F. Chapman 160 

KANNEMAES, A. G. 

184. Marine (12%xl7%). ...Mrs. White 160 

KOEKKOEK, BAREND CORNELIS. 

104. Landscape and Figures (Water Color, 6%x9%) R. S. Crocker 66 

KRATKE, L. 

95. Le Bataillon Carrd, Waterloo (29%x42%) G. M. Curtis 400 

LA FAROE, JOHN, N. A. 

116. Water Lilies (Water Color, 9x10%) Jacacci 826 

LAMBERT. LOUIS EUGENE. 

57. Cat and Kittens (9%xl4%) Mrs. White 370 

LAMBINET, EMILE. 

35. Landscape (15x22) A. Alden 110 

LANDSEER. SIR EDWIN HENRY, R. A. 

121. A Dog's Head (Water Color, 10%xl6) M. H. Lehman 270 

LEADER, BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, R. A. 

166. A Fine Day in Wales (20x30) F. Housman 900 

LEFEBVRB, JULES. 

64. Truth (22%xl0%) Mrs. Pauline Chase 410 

201. An ItaUan Maiden (41%x26) E. Blumenstiel 470 

LENOIR, C. A. 

96. Silence in the Wood (56x36) 625 

LESREL. ADOLPHE ALEXANDRE. 

84. The Card Players (25x33%) C. W. Kraushaar 810 

LESSI, TITO. 

106. The Rehearsal (Water Color, 10x7) Fishel, Adler k. Schwartz 86 

LESSORE, JULES. 

31. A Street Scene in Rouen (Water Color, 29%x22) Cottier & Co 300 

LEUTZE, EMANUEL. 

102. Emigrant Train Attacked by Indians (399&x67%) E. W. Paige 160 

LEVORATI, B. 

103. A Venetian Girl (Water Color, 12x10) C. W. Gould 80 



56 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

LLOYD, TOM. 

4. The Interesting Book (Water Color, 11 %x9) K. Somers $50 

, 129. Near Shanklin, Isle of Wight (Water Color, 11x22) A. Tooth & Sons.. 100 

LOUSTADNAU, LOUIS AUGUSTE GEORGES. 

159. Before Marriage (24%x36i4) S. S. Laird 275 

LUDBY, MAX. 

115. Cattle Drinking (Water Color, 9x13%) J. Reidmelster 46 

MADRAZO, RAIMUNDO DE. 

167. Refreshments (26^1x19) F. Housman 650 

MAES, NICOLAAS. 

194. Portrait of a Gentleman (45i^x37%) Stanford White 1,400 

MATHIEU-LOLLIOT, M. 

37. The Cardinal (13x9^4) J. M. Harrison 80 

MAUVE, ANTON. 

23. Calves (Water Color, 16x24%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,100 

126. Bringing Home the Flock (Water Color, 13x19%) M. Knoedler & Co 1.625 

138. Sheep Feeding (Water Color, 20x32) M. Knoedler & Co 2,300 

MEGIA, W. 

3. An Interruption (Water Color, 9%x6%) M. Frledsam 80 

MEISSNER. ERNST. 

81. The Two Mothers (26%xl9) W. S. Hughes 110 

MEISSONIER, JEAN CHARLES. 

61. At Ease (13%x8% ) 325 

MEISSONIER, JEAN LOUIS ERNEST. 

171. A Standard Bearer (10%x7%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,400 

MESDAG, HENDRIK WII^EM. 

21. Fishing Boats Unlading (Water Color, 18x21%) Glendennlng 210 

MEYER, OTTO. 

100. The First Smoke (55x43) Holland Art Galleries 140 

MEYER VON BREMEN, JOIIAN GEORG. 

168. Family Group (22%xl6) A. Tooth & Sons 2,300 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

170. Porteuse de Lalt (16x13) M. Knoedler & Co • 6,000 

MONET, CLAUDE. 

144. The Seine Near Bennecourt, Floating Ice (25%x38a4) J. F. Sutton 3,500 

145. Noar Argenteull, Winter (22%x38) J. F. Sutton 2,000 

146. Autumn on the Seine (20»4x27%) Durand-Ruel 3,000 

147. Near Vetheull, Floating Ice (22V4x38) Durand-Ruel 2,900 

148. Etretat, Sunset (22%x31) H. Relslnger 2,700 

149. Dawn at Antlbes (24%x35%) G. A. Dowden 4,500 

150. Belle Isle, Sunshine (2:i%x30%) Durand-Ruel 1,900 

151. Apple Blossoms (22%x37%) M. Knoedler & Co 2,100 

152. Cliff at PourviUe (22%x30% ) Durand-Ruel 3,100 

153. L'Alguille d'Etretat (24%x31) Durand-Ruel 2,700 

154. Coast Guard at Pourville, Moonlight (24V4x35^) S. J. Bayne 8,000 

MOREELSE, PAULUS. 

193. Portrait of a Lady (43%x34) 300 

MUNGRR, GILBERT. 

89. Lake in the Mountains, Humboldt, Nev. (14x20) W. H. Young 60 

91. l>and.scap<> (28%x36%) T. R. Ball 110 

92. Sunset (21x44) F. Chapman 160 

MUNIER, EMILE. 

75. Barefoot Girl (30x16% ) G. A. Dowden 310 

165. Lady Reading (26x21 % ) F. Housman 425 

NAVONNE, EDWARD. 

20. Snatching a Nap (22x15) M. Frledsam 120 

NEUHUYS. ALBERT. 

136. The Sisters (Water Color, 25%x20) A. Tooth & Sons 1,200 

NICOL, ERSKINE. 

73. The Jam Pot (18%x24%) 930 

NICOL. J. WATSON. 

63. When ai Man's Married (16x20) Glendennlng 100 

OWEN, WILLIAM. R. A. 

76. Reclining Figure (17%x24) Glendennlng 60 

PALMAROLI, VINCENTE. 

60. The Sketch Book (ll^xSli) J. M. Lichtenauer 110 

PARSONS. ALFRED. A. R. A. 

112. The Valley (Water Color, 9%xl5%) F. J. Sprague 100 



KING-FULLER SALE. 57 

PEARCB, CHARLES SPRAGUE. 

199. Mussel Gatherers (40x30) F. Housman |375 

PERRADLT, LEON. 

98. Fresh Watermelon (45%x35) T. F. Keating 350 

FILSBCRY, WILMOT. 

10. A Hillside Pasture (Water Color, 10x14 V6) K. Somers 50 

POGGENBEEK, GEORGE. 

19. Landscape and Cattle (Water Color, 16x24) Flsbel, Adler & Schwartz.. 270 

POIBSON, M. 

33. The Drive (Water Color, 16x22) A. D. Meyer 65 

PROCT, SAMUEL. 

120. A Scene In Rome (Water Color, 15x9%) Flshel, Adler & Schwartz... 270 

PYNE. THOMAS. 

128. Blsham Abbey, Great Marlow (Water Color, 14x21) J. Oehme 110 

BAD. EMIL. 

79. He Lores Me (25x20%) F. Housman 130 

RICO, MARTIN. 

132. A River Scene (Water Color, 14x21) Chester 625 

ROEIX)FS. WILLEM. 

117. A Dutch Stream (Water Color, 6%x9) A. J. Walsh 60 

ROSA, SALVATOR (Attributed to). 

186. The Prodigal Son (19%xl4%) G. H. Richmond 76 

SALMON, THEODORE FREDERIC. 

101. The Shepherdess (54x41) T. F. Keating 150 

SAUNIER, OCTAVIUS. 

108. Ducks (Water Color, 9x12%) T. Carmlchael 65 

SCHRETER, ADOLF. 

68. An Arab Chief (16»4xl2%) A. Tooth & Sons 1,726 

163. A Bursting Shell (27%x23) Fishel, Adler & Schwartz 5,100 

STACQDET, HENRY. 

17. A Village Street (Water Color, 10%x23) Mrs. Trowbridge 240 

STORTENBECKER, R. F. 

23. Landscape with Cattle (Water Color, 21x17) M. Friedsam 130 

26. Dutch Cattle (16x26) C. Hazard 100 

SWAN, JOHN M., A. R. A. 

134. Lion and Lioness (Water Color, 16x23) W. Macbeth 900 

TAPIRO. T. 

5. A Nubian (Water Color, 14%x9%) E. Leverlch 65 

TROYON. CONSTANT. 

66. Normandy Cows (8%xll%) D. H. McMahon 280 

TURNER, JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM, R. A. 

118. Cliffs (Water Color, 7x9%) A. Tooth k. Sons 1,250 

UNKNOWN. 

125. A Frigate at Anchor (Sepia Drawing, 17%xl3%) Sprague 80 

177. The Dead Christ (16th Century, Flemish) (6%x6%) DowdesweU k. 

Dowdeswell 250 

178. Descent from the Cross (16th Century, Flemish) (8x6) Stanford White. 1,800 

179. Head of an Old Woman (17th Century, Dutch) (7x6) Mrs. White 225 

180. Madonna and Child (15th Century, German) (14^x9%) Mrs. B. C. 

Potter 175 

181. Holy Family (17th Century, Italian) (14%xlOVi). . . .J. F. Cummlngs 225 

182. Madonna and Child (15th Century, Italian) (15Vixll%) Glendennlug. . 150 

183. Madonna and Child (16th Century, Flemish) (15x12%) Wlnthrop 700 

185. Two Wings of a Triptych (21%x6%) M. Knoedler & Co 200 

187. The Resurrection (16th Century, Italian) (24%xl9%) S. White 225 

189. Landscape (10x18) Sterling 50 

VAN AELST, WILLEM. 

190. Still Life (26x21) Williams 200 

VAN DER MEER. EDUARD. 

27. A River Side In Holland (17x24) E. Brown 110 

VAN DER VENNE, A. 

86. An Unexpected Meeting (25%x31%) W. S. Hughes 110 

VAN HERSEHAUT. VICTOR. 

16. Dutch Luggers (Water Color, 13x19) A. W. Sewell 130 

VAN LBEMPUTTEN, H. C. 

85. Interior of a Bam with Sheep (24x30%) C. Kllnglestein 210 

VAN MARCKE, EMILE. 

155. Cattle In Pasture (24%x20%) F. Housman 4,700 



58 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

VAN WTNGAERDT, A- J. 

44. Landscape (9^x14%) C. Stotsberg $70 

VIBERT, JEHAN GEORGES. 

34. The Enemies (Water Color, 14x9Vft) T. No* 400 

68. The Painter's Rest (12%xl«) T. R. Ball 825 

173. His Favorite Flowers (8%x6%) Mrs. M- J. Mnnslll 1,276 

WALDORF, ANTON. 

15. Departure of the Travelers (Sepia, 9xl3H) 40 

WALKER. J. A. 

47. Cuirassier (9%x7%) D. Belais 125 

WEISSENBRUCH, J. H. 

13. A Farm In Holland (Water Color, 9^x15) C. StoUberg 230 

20. A Dutch River Scene (14Hx21) C. Stotsberg 400 

WXMPERIS, E. M. 

131. A Mountain Stream (Water Color, 13x20) A. Tooth & Sons 60 

WORMS, JULES. 

59. Preparing for a Journey (12%x9%) T. R. Ball 280 

ZAMACOIS, EDOUARDO. 

175. A Standard Bearer (8%x6) Chester 700 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

8. Marseilles (Water Color, 9x12%) Cottier & Co 625 

109. Venice (Water Color, 5x7%) C. StoUberg 325 

ZUBER, JEAN HENRI. 

14. L'lle St. Honorat (Water Color, 10x14) Glendennlng 55 

28. The Birch Glade (14x20) A. A. Healy 40 

114. Landscape ( Water Color, 10x14) F. Housman 50 

JOHN H. TWACHTMAN (Estate). 

Collection of vinety-eight paintings sold March 24, 1903, at the American 

Art Galleries, for a total of $16,610. 

The following is a list of the paintings sold for $ioo and over: 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 

8. Mountain Tops, Yellowstone Series (30x25) G. Schlnner $185 

9. Normandy River (11x10) J. Harsen Rhoades 285 

11. Snow Storm (20x16) Cottier & Co 410 

12. Feeding the Chickens (25x30) G. D. Pratt 170 

13. Inner Harbor, Gloucester (30x30) Arthur Tooth & Sons 410 

16. Morning Haze (8x12) W. H. Bliss 140 

18. My Summer Studio (30x30) Cottier & Co 150 

19. Waterfall, Yellowstone Series (25x16) E. A. Rorke 110 

20. The Elms (27x22) Herbert D. Crowly 350 

22. The Old Gate (11x14) Mrs. Williams 210 

25. The Pasture (10x12) Mrs. Williams 110 

26. August Haze (14x22) Robert Reid 140 

27. Spring Freshet (18x22) W. H. Bliss 400 

28. Winter (7%x9%) Cottier & Co 100 

29. Pink Phlox (27x22) J. Alden Weir 270 

30. The Valley (25x30) Rev. W. S. Ralnsford 240 

31. Willows and Golden Rod (20x20) W. H. Bliss 270 

37. Melting Snow (18x26) Mrs. C. Haynes 310 

39. Niagara, Winter (30x25) W. T. Evans 230 

41. The Frozen Brook (30x22) A. C. Humphreys 440 

42. Upland Pastures (25x30) G. F. Munn 290 

43. Reflections (26x25) J. Alden Weir 400 

44. Wild Flowers (20x16) J. Alden Weir 200 

47. Meadow Flowers (20x16) Stanford White 170 

48. Road Over the Hill (20x20) E. A. Rorke 100 

50. Bridge In Winter (25x25) Arthur Tooth & Sons 250 

51. The Snow Bound Stream (30x30) C. Elliot 310 

52. Afternoon (21x17) E. A. Rorke 100 

54. The New Arrival (6x6) L. L. Kane 100 

57. Ferry Landing (18x15) Mrs. Williams 106 

58. The Frozen Brook (23x20) E. A. Rorke 360 

59. Drying Sails (25x20) Charles L. Freer 600 

60. The Grey Day (25x30) E. A. Rorke 120 

61. An Old Wharf (16x22) G. D. Pratt 100 

62. Across the Harbor (15x22) Cottier A (3o 230 

66. The Mackerel Boats (5x5) Mrs. R. C. Velt 160 

66. End of the Rain (11x12) A. Tucker 136 



V 



JOHN H, TIVACHTMAN {ESTATk) SALE. 59 

TWACHTMAN, JOHN H. 

68. Off the Holland Coast (19x23) C. W. Sterling $110 

6d. Near Ostend (16x22) J. Harsen Rboades 110 

70. The Mill In Winter (24x15) E. A. Rorke 150 

71. In the Yellowstone Park, Yellowstone Series (25x25) Stanford White.. 100 

72. Balcony In Winter (30x30) Cottier & Co 820 

73. The Hidden Pool (22x27) K. A. Rorke 200 

75. White Dories (10x11) Cottier & Co 170 

79. Lilac Bashes in Winter (30x30) Mrs. Williams 280 

80. The Old Well (26x26) Fielding 250 

81. Colorado, Yellowstone Series (30x30) E. A. Rorke 180 

82. In the Snnshine (30x25) J. Gellatly 230 

83. The Pier (26x25) W. L. Carrigan 260 

84. The Pond (35x20) Laurent Oppenhelm 165 

85. The Cascade in Spring (22x30) M. Mott 250 

86. The Portico (30x30) C. R. L. Putnam 150 

89. Sails in Shadow (13x10) Cottier & Co 120 

91. Sailing (24x29) A. B. Payne 280 

92. The Waterfall (30x22) John Gellatly 860 

93. Deserted Wharf (24x20) E. A. Rorke 140 

94. First Leaves (30x30) J. E. Eddy 300 

95. Hemlocks (22x18) J. Gellatly 420 

98. The Green Sloop (27x22) N. Brandon 260 

97. Early Morning (18x22) B. S. Hawse 210 

98. Niagara (30x30) Miss F. Henderson 510 

SAMUEL COLMAN. 

Collection of ninety-seven paintings sold March 25, 1903, at the American 

Art Galleries, for a total of $22, 275. 

The following is a list of the paintings sold for $100 and over: 

ACHENBACH, ANDREAS. 

57. Coast of Holland (23x33) Hugo Relslnger $825 

BARYE, ANTOINE LOUIS. 

63. Landscape and Deer (7^x12) Durand-Ruel 810 

BASTERT, NICOLASS. 

69. Winter In Holland (9^4x12%) Cottier & Co 100 

BOCK H 

68. Twilight (13x19) Cottier & Co 130 

COLMAN, SAMUEL, N. A. 

5. The Windmills of Zaandam, Holland (7^x11%).. . .Notman 100 

6. On Lake Lugamo, Italy (13%x20) Notman 135 

11. Fishermen Landing Boats at Bordighera, Italy (8%xl4^) Dunham.... 100 

12. The Approach to Colorado CaBon from Peach Spring (8%xl8) Dunham.. 100 

20. Farm Yard at East Hampton, L. I. (15^x26) S. T. Peters 300 

21. October Sunset, Valley of the Genesee (22x27) Wm. Macbeth 485 

22. The Campanile, Venice (10%xl6%) 100 

23. Moonrlse at Venice (10^x13%) W. T. Evans 160 

25. Venetian Lagoons, from the Lido (6x14^4) ••• ^Notman 100 

30. At Morlalx, France (9%xl3%) Notman 125 

83. Osalpee Meadows, N. H. (10%xl5%) Ware 105 

36. The Pacific Coast In Calm Weather, Evening (24x50) Mrs. Williams.. 450 

37. The Lime Kilns of Pueblo, Mexico (22x27) Notman 275 

43. At Narragansett Pier (8^x19%) Notman 100 

46. Coast of Bordighera, Italy (8%x20) Notman 100 

47. The Aqueduct at Pueblo, Mexico (10x21 % ) Notman 180 

48. Lake Texcoco, Mexico (8%xl2%) Notman 130 

49. The Edge of a Wood in November (34x36) S. T. Peters 800 

50. The Castello del Ovo and Lighthouse, Naples (22x27) Mrs. Williams 450 

51. A Showery Day at Zaandam, Holland (31x72) Ward 400 

52. Venetian Fishing Boats Becalmed In the Adriatic (24x50) Mrs. Wil- 

liams 600 

52A. The Church and Island of San Giorgio, Venice (31x72) W. M. K. 

Olcott 670 

80. The Mosque of Sldl-Bou-Hac, Tlemcln, Algeria (11^x20) Mrs. J. S. 

Watson 220 

81. Saw Mill River, Westchester County (7%xl4) A. W. Thayer 170 

82. Rocky Farm, Newport, R. L (9»4xl3%) S. T. Peters 160 

83. The Coast of Holland at Sunset (24x30) Notman 475 

84. The Water Towers of Marfll, Mexico (24x50) Notman 350 

85. Autumn In the Kanawa Valley, West Virginia (31x72) Notman 460 

86. The Grand Cafion of the Colorado, Arizona (41^x35) Dunham 425 



6o AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

COUiAN. SAMUEL, N. A. 

8T. Th« llounulns and CUffs of Ariiona (20k4O) Mrs. Williams $S50 

8& The Borders of Lake Texcoco, Mexico (13^x16^) Notman 200 

S9. Tha Ruins of a Moaqoe at Boomsdina, Alf^ria ( 11x19)4 )....I>antaam 170 

90. The Pacific Coast at Monterey. California (13%x29H) Notman 325 

91. A Street Scene at Morelia. Mexico A. H. BaU ISO 

95. Rockj Farm in Aatomn. Newport, R. I. (12^x22) Donliam ISO 

93. Tbe ClU of Leon. Mexico (7Hx9) U C. Tiffany 110 

94. Srenins U«ht on Mt. Baker. Cascade Range (6^x13%) Notman 170 

96. OatskirU of the City of Mexico (7%xl4V4) Dimlism 170 

COROT. JKAN BAPTISTS CAMILLB. 

59. A SllTery Afternoon (9x12) Bngene Glaenser 1,2S0 

«1. A Stody at ViUe d'ATray (9xl2H) H. U HIcvIb* 2.200 

CTRRIER, FRANK. 

n. TwUlcht (11x26).... J. Harsea Rhoades 270 

MDCJLMPS. ALRXANDRR GABRISU 

«S. A Sceae in Smyrna (6x9) Eoceae Glaeaaer SOO 

MBLACROIX. FERDINAND VICTOR EUGENE. 

9$. Dante and Virgil CnMSlBs the Styx (ISi^zlSH) M. Kaoedler A Co... 850 

tAXH HE LA PENA. N. V. 

«L A Nysftph (7\xSH)....Eac«w GUeaaer 1.025 

t^ JAMCS. 

SS. A IHittli T^w» ilSx21) Eaceae Gtamner 500 

T5. iTsUaa GIH OOSxSSH) Eucvae Glaeaaer 3«0 

JAN. 

Wl a Dateli TV»sra (19Hx2t) RMfevmy 125 

MrmPHT. J. FRANCIS* N. A. 

rSL WsMy^ Laaite a4x2»t J. Haism Rln^^a. 160 

ROICRKT. FERI>INANIV 

X*. TW IVrarf vif C%ark« T («H^^ CVMtlw A Oi» 200 

SAKTAIN. WllXlAK A. N. A. 

r^ HiMKi ** a« ItaUaa «IH OMliJiK _ . H. iV BsTvvMjper 240 

TVTimciL ElAMl\ N. A. 

XV :$akff^ \^*» H**»M*rta 2W 

X^ lta«y«^^ \XX)«)» S. T, IVt***. 185 

WSX$:MKX«RIVH. J U. 

>*. A miMy IVy ta IM^ia vi*ia^^ - . 4. It R;b«««ML »• 

R \VOOI> SILUVAN iEsrAH:>. 

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H. WOOD SULLIVAN (ESTATE) SALE, 6i 

DAVIS, CHARLES H., A. N. A. 

45. Frosty Morning In Normandy (18x26) $110 

eo. A Rosy Twilight (27x20) Wm. Macbeth 340 

DOUGHERTY, PAUL. 

71. Sunrise (20x30) ... .A. Gross 205 

BARLE, LAWRENCE C. A. N. A. 

61. Spring, Bloomfleld, N. J. (20x30) M. L. Sire 200 

RGGLESTON, BENJAMIN. 

62. The Brook (22x14%) ISO 

99. Antamn Leaves (48x30) E. C. Fuller 250 

FOSTER, BEN, A. N. A. 

76. Early Morning (30x25) 190 

GAUL, GILBERT, N. A. 

96. Charging the Battery (36x44) W. C. Anderson 200 

HARRISON, T. ALEXANDER, N. A. 

98. Marine (37%x66) J. Stevens Ulman 210 

HASBROUCK, DU BOIS F. 

68. Winter Morning in the Catskills (22x26) 140 

HASSAM, CHILDE, A. N. A. 

26. Snowy Day In the City (16x12) John Zimmerman 110 

51. Gloucester Dock (20x24) 160 

68. Spring Morning, Fifth Ave. and Fifty-sixth St. (24x20) A. A. Healy.. 320 

62. The White Dory (26x21) 170 

78. Isle of Shoals (25x30) 140 

85. Snowstorm in the City, Seventh Ave. and Fifty-seventh St. (28x24) 180 

89. Moonrise at Sunset (29x37) 160 

HOBBER, ARTHUR. 

73. The Passaic Valley (20x30) 100 

INNESS, GEORGE, N. A. 

8. The Edge of the Wood (10x14) 130 

24. The Edge of the Forest (ll%xl5%) G. D. Pratt 180 

30. In the Hastings Woods (10x24) M. D. Lee 310 

37. The Old Medfield Elm (14x20) G. D. Pratt 420 

INNESS, GEORGE, JR., N. A. 

01. Abandoned (29x37%) W. S. Hurley 220 

KOST, FREDERICK W., A. N. A. 

3. Spring Ploughing (6%xl0%) Wm. K. Olcott 226 

11. Fisherman's Hut at Hicks Bridge, Mass. (12x18) 130 

28. A Frosty Morning, Southfleld Marshes, S. I. (16x24) J. G. Gillespie 125 

31. Southfleld Marshes, S. I. (16x24) Wm. H. Cummings 120 

39. The Village of Irmaning, Near Munich (16x24) C. A. McGregor 210 

59. Moonlight on the Kill Von Kull (24x20) 150 

67. The Net Reel (22x28) M. L. Sire 260 

70. Surf Fishing (24x28) 150 

94. The Kelp Gatherers (30x45) Louis Etlinger 230 

MARTIN, HOMER D.« N. A. 

4. View in the CatskiUs (5%x9) C. S. Mersick 226 

MINOR, ROBERT C, N. A. 

22. Twilight (12x16) Wm. Clausen 290 

MURPHY, J. FRANCIS, N. A. 

6. Old Willows (8%xl2) C. A. McGregor 320 

23. At Sunset (14x19) Bird S. Coler 225 

27. Sugar House (14x19) W. E. Ward 430 

34. In the Catskills (16%x22%) A. A. Healy 270 

88. Landscape (14x19) H. B. Dick 355 

43. After a Rain (16x22) G. H. Alnslee 480 

49. The Brook (22x16) W. E. Ward 466 

54. Hazy October (22x16) M. D. Lee 370 

69. Indian Sunamer (28x22) B. C. Fujler 850 

83. Afternoon in September (24x33) F. S. Glbbs 1,550 

84. Silence (24x33) Bird S. Coler 900 

NOURSE, ELIZABETH. 

95. The Milk Carrier, Etaples (46x30%) E. B. Meyrowltz 200 

OCHTMAN, LEONARD, A. N. A. 

97. Mldwood (36x52) B. B. Meyrowltz 410 

PARTON, ARTHUR, N. A. 

41. A Sunny Nook (16x24) M. Hewitt 260 

PAULI, RICHARD. 

44. Solitude (16x24) Q. D. Pratt 276 

RANGER, HENRY W., A. N. A. 

25. The River St. Croix (12x16) M. D. Lee 190 



6a AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

RIX. JULIAN. 

4S. Nffur UttU FtlU (18x26) C. Stohlberg 

ROBlNflON, THKODORB. 

2». Willows aod Wild Flowers (18x22) John Oellstly 

40, A mt of QlTfrnj (10x22) John GelUtlj 

90L Halt on the Tow PmthMS8x40) T. B. Maine 425 

TWACHTMAN. JOHN II. 

7, liMll«Q Suuimer (10x14^ 100 

48. Atttumu Afternoon tSOxlO) 170 

WALKER. HORATIO. N. A. 

4<IL In the Vlt'aavtws \l!!tx26) N. B. Uontrom 579 

WlOQlNiil. CARLBTON. X. A. 

M. rrv«tj VIorulns (24x18) 150 

T«. rt\^tj Mo^nluc. »Vrest of rontalneblean (S0x25) A. Plnnt 9fW 

Wl rr«ikii«s Afier Rain ^90x40) 150 



SALES AT SUNDRY GALLERIES, 

New York, Boston, Philadelphia. 



GEORGE L. CROSBY (Estate). 

Collection of 72 paintings sold by John Fell O'Brien, March 28, igoi, at the 
Waldorf-Astoria, in the Grand Ballroom, for a total of $67,985. 

ALMA-TADEMA, LAURA. 

27. The Toast (15x20) |500 

BEBAUD, JEAN. 

24. Rue de la Palx (14%x21%) 475 

berne-bellecour, etienne prosper. 

13. The Corporal Drinks (15x10%) 875 

45. The Sentinel (18%xl3%) 800 

BONHEUR, FRANCOIS AUGUSTE. « 

55. Cattle in the Forest of Fontalnebleau (26x39) 2,400 

BRDCK-LAJOS, LOUIS. 

48. The Poor Helping the Poor (43x57) 676 

CASANOVA Y ESTORACH, ANTONIO. 

4. Gathering Flowers (13%xl0) 160 

CAZIN. JEAN CHARLES. 

40. The Chateau Farm (18^x22) 1,700 

CBDERSTROM, TH. VON. 

30. At His Ease (20x15%) 400 

CLAYS, PAUL JEAN. 

62. In the Channel (30x44) 1,276 

COL, DAVID. 

10. Market Scene (13x18) 426 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTB CAMILLE. 

eo. Evening (9%xl3% ) 1,200 

CROME, JOHN (Old Crome). 

9. A Norwich River (14x22%) 850 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

71. Corblgny on the Nlfivre (21%xlC^) 2,800 

DECAMPS, ALEXANDRE GABRIEL. 

18. Selling the Slave (23x16) 800 

DE HAAS. J. H. L. 

5. Cows In Pasture (12^x18%) 250 

88. The River Pasture (18x25) 325 

DE NEUVILLE, ALPHONSE MARIE. 

47. Chasseur d'Afrlque (10%x7%) 1,050 

DE SCHREYVER, LOUIS. 

6. The Flower Girl (9x6%) 260 

DETAILLE, J. B. EDOUARD. 

61. During the Manoeuvres (14%xl8) 1,450 

DETTI, CESARE. 

63. The Foraging Party (25x30) 476 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

65. Gorge d'Apremont, Fontalnebleau (17x10) 850 

DIETERLE, MARIE. 

58. Cattle Drinking (20%xl7%) 1,025^ 

DUPRE, JULES. 

35. A Riverside (11x9) 1,025 

66. The Farmyard (22x17) 1,800 

DUPRE. JULIEN. 

72. Le Regain (30%x50%) 2,526 

EPP R 

i Sunday Morning (29%x38%) 476 



64 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

1RN8T, RUDOLP. 

Jia. The \L\M*T (284x22%) |350 

OIGBRPKLT. WILUAM VON. 

3. WdIci* Sunaet (34z&2^ ) 400 

QBROME, JKAN LEON. 

41. Rvturnlnf to the PaUce, Cairo (25x19) 725 

HAUBORU. Ariil'ST. 

M. Th* guarrel (32x36) g25 

HAQUETTK. «. 

1. KDtorlus IVrt In a Storm (21^x28^) 575 

HARPIUNIES. HENRI. 

IT. Le Sotr (15x21> 1.000 

51. Aux Bonis Ue Loiog (18x33) 2,250 

HART» WlUaAlI. 

8ft. Caltl* at Brvok (37x30) 1.225 

INN ESS. UEt>RGE. N. A. 

44. Siiaaet oo th« Beach (20x36) 1.000 

ISAB£Y. EVGENE LOUIS GABRIEL. 

55. CaUls Harbor (8Hxl5) 336 

JAC^UE, CHARLES EMILE, 

IX Shifv^p la FoM (15xlS) 1,300 

ifcK rWck of Sh«vp>, MoooUcht (:ii2x39H) 2,300 

JONOKIND^ JOHAN BARTHOLD. 

541^ Oo the Comlche Ro«<l ^3x22) 2,085 

KNIGHT. D. RIIKJWAY. 

SkK UUc S«^9aB \£tx:i5H> 1.250 

4i. R*t»t hj th* Wajr9id« (2£xl8H> 525 

LKNBACU. rRANZ VON. 

lA iUrWttaL il^ftMeU 22xl»H> 460 

UBSVR. VUnVK HENRY. 

£1 Ott ch« sittAl ^:Mx»v 

UR'STAINAC. LOVIS AVGISTB GEORGES. 

II. G4iCb<frlui( SlKCtBMOtt v37x^> 

MAVVB, AXTV>N. 

I*. H^ulu« ^ Water Color. $Vxl4> 13 

«s C:fcttW at th* Well \l»HJiUST4> 4J«)i» 

XBISS^ER. EKN^T. 

il. tAaOactitw^ a.ad Sheif^ \^3«x3»^ 215 

MSlSSONtER. JKAN CHARLES. 

3T. Tlhf MudAe^fvc ^W;x*S' "IS* 

MONCHABLON. rERl>lNANI> JAN. 

<$4. Ui S!t<HHf A Uxvucourc tie ^tc • I'i^USi ... L46* 

«>iTKRM.ANSv TV>NY. 

iS rtKf l^v.t*ttt Aa^lw i2T'"««A^' 

ir«lkR.ULT. LEON. 

i4. tTX W,far« OUM^fC *:jT-'^:k<*i- ... l.» 

«L Veoicy • \TV»- *i* 

■gOftlE. JE.1N 8Ukl^riS:CE- 

JH. IbMM v^aaLST- 

7- tti* »»ol ,tSVV"K' 

:&ANCKE*^2r«;il^Rv^R« E^lLlvK 

«$. tti* SLlxw a-. J^ vHwa .,^*\vU^ 3lW 

*ANTV»lft*^. UltHsi.V^ 

M. Sh«M9 ai :s<.N!c«» .;JS'^.vft>s.' 

vsk N.5^- tvw*v \vv«.aSi ix\\k^v :»•» 

TALkSN!«:aW» H. 

m rtHyag*M< »r«M^4teat i^'%v^^ 



GEORGE L. CROSBY (ESTATE) SALE. 65 

VIBERT« J. G. 

39. Beading Rabelais (15x11) $476 

VINCENT, GEORGE. 

26. Norfolk Homestead (17x27) 475 

VOLLON, ANTOINE. 

2. StiU Life (7x9) 180 

WEISS, GEORGE. 

37. Asking the Way (29x23) 350 

WILLEMS, FLORENT. 

12. Confidences (22^x18^4) 125 

WORMS, JULJSS. 

59. In the Courtyard (19x24) 800 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

14. Antwerp In 1871 (13%x20J^) 200 

67. Grand Canal, Venice (32x40) 3,000 

S. P. AVERY, Jr. 

Collection of 72 paintings sold by James P. Silo, March 20, IQ02, in the Wal- 
dorf-Astoria Ballroom, for a total of $63,075. 

BARICOLO, F. 

16. Benjamin Franklin (21x25^) C. E. Snedecor $255 

BEBCHEY, SIR WILLIAM. 

38. Lady Somerset (24^54x29%) R. A. Wheeler 800 

BOUGHTON, GEORGE H., N. A., A. R. A. 

2. Winter Twilight (8%x5U) 75 

22. Among the Treasures (15%23%) R. C. Barnes 175 

BOCGUEREAU, WILLIAM A. 

69. The Coming Shower (34%x58) Mrs. J. W. M. Cardeza 3,500 

BRETON, JULES. 

72. Grain Stack on Fire (83x55) M. Tanenbaum 850 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES. 

48. After the Storm (18x15) . . E. Brandus 1,250 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTB CAMILLE. 

41. On the Terrace (16x21%) 800 

COTES, SIR FRANCIS. R. A. 

21. Lady Ashburton (29%x36) E. Brandus 250 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

70. The Apple Orchard (63^^x50) A. A. Healy 2,000 

DECAMPS, ALEXANDRE GABRIEL. 

32. The Pirates (17%xl2%) George G. Benjamin 110 

DETAILLE, E. 

52. The Ambulance Corps (50x29) H. A. Lanthler 1,600 

DIAZ, DE LA PENA, N. V. 

18. A Cloudy Day (10V4x7) W. O. E. Hlscox 270 

28. Woodland Path (10%xl3%) A. Tooth & Sons 550 

34. Near Barblzon (17x12%) A. W. Kimball 610 

42. Edge of the Woods (21%xl6Vi). -G. Richard 575 

68. Forest of Fontalnebleau (42i^x30%) G. Richard 1,200 

DUPRE, JULES. 

30. The Windmill (13x9%) 1,450 

BCHTLER, A. 

11. A Young Pifferari (12%xl8%) G. C. Comstock 190 

FBOMBNTIN, EUGENE. 

64. Crossing the Ford (20%xl3V4) Fr. Chapman 4,800 

GAINSBOROUGH, THOMAS, R. A. 

67. Mrs. Owen, of Rye, Sussex (25%x30%) R. A. Wheeler 5,400 

OBGERFELT, W. J. 

9. Scene In Holland (15%xl2%) .. . .E. N. Adler 200 

GRBUZB, JEAN BAPTISTE. 

56. Sorrow (14%xl7%) WllUam Macbeth 650 

ORISON, A. 

60. Serenading the Bride (51%x38%) H. A. Lanthler 925 

65. The Apothecary Shop (ll%xl4%) David Lehman 600 

HARBURGER, E. 

14. At the Inn (14x9) J. W. Wright 175 



66 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

aBiLBrm. r. 

-kV Cutchlnir Puttortlles (31Hx20%) J. 0. Roberts |M0 

INNGSS, GEORGE, N. A. 

ST. TwUljfht in Italy (29^x19^) K. McMlllln 700 

tSABEY. EUGENE. 

T. Tb* Wreck ilS^4x$\> Frederick Cbapnum 160 

JACgCES, CHARLES. 

17. A Sunnjr Corner (Sxll> W. H. SIlTertborn 800 

iCk Sheep Re«Unf Ul>5»x7»4) E. McMlllln 600 

JAOQCET, J. G. 

44. OlmlerYlU i3&xSe> G. C. Comstock 600 

iOHXSllN. PA VI P. 

3k Chestnut Tree«. Fanlbam (0\ xl2) Darid McCosker 180 

1<^ Near Ge«>rtretovn, Conn. vO^xlS) William CUoaen 280 

KASMMKRER, F. H. 

4, Tlie C*>iortte i5\xOH) G. H. Tyner 105 

KNACS. IVDWIG. 

3k%. Tbf C^>Qttett« vll^rl4S^ A. A. He*ly 1,000 

LAIRRXS, JEAN PArU 

i«w St. ^S^ma• \qatnas vl^4^^> *25 

LAWRENCE. SIR THOMAS, P. R, A. 

<». Mm. St.x-k, IHttfbter of Pr. SbapUcd «2T\fcxS5H^ W. R. Nel«>ci 706 

IJEL.T SIR PETER. 

», Ijidr KV.Mbetb RAatt&c* i3»4x4»S> W. R. NeU>ctt 800 

XAPR\X<\ R.\lMONlX> PR. 

Wk U tbe ivardea v2lx3^\« R. McMlUln 400 

ME«S5?>i^MKR. JTEAN U>riS ERNEST. 

;»v Near pAjWkjr v^a^^H> E. N. Adler 600 

Mur4iEi«. ^;e«i>Ri;ijs. 

l.V TW >.>J1 .*.f tbe St.-snn 1»\\1T^^ J. P. Ic-iethamifT 240 

a.v v"i.«i.^x ixj^T liTH^ii^^ :?5o 

57. Sj.nia.:Tne *7h4 C^.>od« i3$^xlS\^ ^^^A^n^k i^!k^7iiznax 

<ift. rite i.»i^r<.i.;T<f StA<: v^^*'^*'^^ <>^- Kk SiMvJ<v«fc. »» 

;*i V >5.vio N^^.re ill^v^^^^ H. P. W-.l*!* 335 

Mr Nsrx xt':sv. vniAit, 

#<v Thr «v«»*kt.r» r^^t^xSSH'* T^ MrM;V.,T . . . . 

rAt;j«t?^, ^oiAiTi?,* 1... N. A. 

Ji «vi,f»nrft'» T»f4 .^^H' ^ ♦V4»»i»^ »» 

41^ UttVfv Vfcrf» <V*H»i ^?»:f* ,i^ »-t.\"Jl"V, C t»»»-»A»>^ 1,41* 

'j^* ^ fi*'^i**}^ s>Hivn\ ^'*»#,^^^ ,i«v\>f» . -^^ 1ft Tinj»nr*«^<w^ 9M> 



S, p. AVERY, JR., SALE. 67 

TETNIERJS, DAVID (the Younger). 

S.Man Reading (7%x9%) A. A. Chartaln $100 

THAULOW, FRITZ. 

63. Moonlight (36%x28%) J. 0. Hutchins 1,760 

VAN MARCKE, EMILB. 

61. In the Meadow (22x16^) E. McMlllln 2,660 

ZAMACOIS, EDUARDO. 

81. The Scarecrow (0^x12%) Mrs. Percy B. Roche 960 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

66. Venice (26x16%).... J. C. Mlnot 1.400 

ZUOEL, H. J. 

25. The Shepherdeai (27x18%) L. H. SchUtz 280 

JOHN A. HOAGLAND. 

Collection of 64 paintings sold by James P. Silo, January 22, 1903, in the 
Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria, for a total of $106,0/3. 

BAILs JOSEPH. 

60. Dutch Woman. . . . Eugene Flschhof $1,600 

BAXTER, CHARLES. 

3. Mother and Child.... G. E. Donnellson 76 

4. Contemplation. . . .Townsend Scudder 110 

BECKWITH, J. CARROLL, N. A. 

27. Ideal Head Henry R. Wilson 160 

BEBNE-BELLECOUR, E. P. 

28. French Cuirassiera on an Outing R. M. Haan 600 

BONHEUR, ROSA. 

38. Deer George G. McMurtry 860 

BRETON, JULES. 

63. The Gleaner W. R. Haslltt 7,000 

BROOKS, MARIA. 

39. Ready for a Bowl R. M. Haan 60 

COMERRE, LEON. 

64. Oriental Beauty .... Benjamin Grlffen 1,000 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTB GAMILLE. 

20. The Ruins H. A. Meyer 1,760 

65. Landscape in Auvergne Blakeslee Gallery 3,400 

63. Souvenir d'ltalie L. A. Lanthier 14,100 

DADBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

26. Near Valmondois J. B. Llttlefleld 2,360 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

24. Turkish Children at Play J. B. Bloomlngdale 650 

62. Forest of Fontalnebleau S. Tlllotson 1,700 

68. Forest of Fontalnebleau S. Tlllotson 8,700 

DUPRE, JULES. 

18. Rocks of Cayeux-sur-Mer Hugo Reislnger 1,700 

37. Fisherman's Hut J. B. Bloomlngdale 1,300 

64. Sunset B. G. Gunther 4,160 

ESCOSURA, LEON Y. 

7. Afternoon Visit.... R. C. Velt 260 

FOSTER, BEN, A. N. A. 

17. The Lonely Road (30x36) . . . .F. B. McGuire 676 

FRAPPA, JOSE. 

19. A Talented Cardinal M. A. C. Levy 600 

FROMENTIN, EUGENE. 

42. Encampment of a Caravan. . . .Eugene Flschhof 1,200 

(JOUPIL, JULES. 

36. Under the Directory .... R. M. Haan 476 

HAGBORG, AUGUST. 

23. Work in the Fields H. 8. Redmond 790 

HBNNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

21. Head. . . .B. C. Anderson 800 

33. Repentance .... Henry R. Wilson 600 

46. Ideal Head. . . .Fannie M. Hoagland 8,200 

HERMANN, LEO. 

51. Feeding the Swans.... C. W. Barron 600 

HERRING, JOHN F. 

40. Horses 290 



68 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

ISABEY, EUGENE LOUIS. 

59. A Visit to the Ancestors Edw. Brandus $4,150 

JAGQUE, CHARLES EMILE. 

13. Return of the Flock L. A. Lantbler 1,375 

29. Chickens In Poultry Yard Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, Conn 759 

41. Chickens and Ducks R. N. Voorhis 360 

44. Sheep In Stable.... A. Tooth ft Sons 825 

JACQUET, GUSTAVE. 

44, Leisure Hours 1,900 

KAVEL, MARTIN. 

6. Innocence. . . . R. Harriman, Jr 820 

LEPINE, S. 

30. Landscape Ne«r Isle-Adam 660 

McCORD, GEORGE H., A. N. A. 

22. Bristol Channel E. G. Anderson 110 

MEISSONIER, JEAN LOUIS ERNEST. 

67. The Windstorm B. G. Gunther 2,460 

62. The Philosopher (12^x15%) . . . .B. G. Gunther 6.600 

(Purchased at Matthiessen Sale, 1902, for |8,300.) 

MONTICELLI, ADOLPHE. 

48. Landscape, Ruins and Figures Mrs. John George Tate 1,200 

49. Rlrer, Landscape and Figures Hugo Reislnger 1,200 

MORAN, EDWARD, N. A. 

16. Bay of New York W. J. Curtis 28B 

PASINI, ALBERT. 

31. Scene In Cairo W. J. Curtis 860 

POKITONOW, IVAN. 

2. Landscape 210 

REHN, F. K. M., A. N. A. 

10. Evening at Atlantic City Beach E. R. Perkins 240 

ROUSSEAU, THEODORE. 

32. Landscape George S. Palmer 2;^I0 

BOYBET, FERDINAND. 

26. The Connoisseur J. B. Llttlefleld 1,626 

34. The Cavalier (30x25) T. T. King 2.000 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

60. At the Pool (24x38) Eugene Fischhof 5.600 

THAULOW, FRITZ. 

12. The Bridge at Amiens J. B. Llttlefleld 600 

TROYON, CONSTANT. 

43. The Brown Cow Edward Brandus 1,400 

VAN BEERS, JAN. 

8. Pierrot and Pierrette Frank J. Gould 136 

VAN MARCKE, EMILE. 

46. Cow in Pasture 360 

56. Cattle S. Tillotson 8,100 

WIEGAND, GUSTAVB. 

9. Landscape J. B. Bloomingdale 110 

WIGGINS, CARLETON, A. N. A. 

14. Autumn In the Fields G. F. Blandy T06 

15. Young Bull J. Albert Hawkins 100 

WILLEMS, FLORENT. 

6. Before the Ball R. C. Velt 280 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

11. Moonlight on the Grand Canal Townsend Bcodder 600 

36. The Public Gardens of Venice M. Knoedler ft €o 736 

61. SanU 3ifarU della Salute J. B. Wilson 2,800 




AUTUMN. 

By John W. Alexander, N. A. 



OoM VrdBl, PiD 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 69 

SUNDRY PAINTINGS SOLD AT AUCTION, 1900-1903. 

Artist, title, name of sale {in parentheses) , buyer and price of some paintings 

sold for $100 and over, 

(For list of sales included in this section see those starred on pages 9, 10 and 11.) 

ACHENBACH, ANDREAS. 

Marine (Sheldon, New York) C. Stollberg $266 

ADAN, STMILB. 

Good Advice (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 628 

ANDERSON, W. LIVINGSTON. 

Gardlna Chiesta, Verona (Constantine) 236 

Near Rotterdam (Constantine) 110 

ANDRBOm, F. 

The Promenade (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) H. Morgan 100 

ANTONIO, C. DB. 

Return of the Missionary (Smith ft Story) 440 

The Reader (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) ... .J. N. Heidelberg 196 

ASTI, ANOELO. 

Ideal Head (Constantine) J. Churchill 300 

Ideal Head (No. 66, Furber, 1903) J. Guttman 500 

Ideal Head (No. 138, Furber, 1903) J. Guttman 600 

Reverie (Sheldon, New York) J. P. Wall 666 

BAKER, GEORGE A. ^^ 

Annie Page and Slender (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 200 

BALLAVOINE, JULES FREDERIC. 

Head of a Young Girl (Furber, 1902) J. A. Hetherington 330 

Study (Furber, 1903) 140 

BARBIERI, GIOVANNI FRANCESCO. 

The Young Model (McCosker) C. W. Tolcamp 160 

BARGUB. CHARLES. 

A Brittany Peasant (Williams ft Everett, December, 1900) 210 

BAU6INBT, L. 

Words of Consolation (Knapp).. . .Andenreld 201 

BAXTBR, CHARLES. 

A Coquette (Ck>n8Untlne) J. Churchill 200 

BBAUDUIN, JEAN. 

Quietude (Furber, 1903) Frazer Brocke , 120 

Youth and Springtime (Furber, 1903) 100 

BEARD, WILLIAM H., N. A. 

The Jester (McGulnness) 106 

BBAUQUESNE, W. C. 

Attack on an Ammunition Train (Smith ft Story) 120 

BECKER, CHARLES. 

Good Morning (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 260 

BEBCHEY, SIR WILLIAM, R. A. 

Lady Beecher (Furber, 1903) J. L. Hoffman 810 

The Children of Count Spencer (Furber, 1903) 160 

BELIMBAU, A. 

Tea Rose (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) 120 

BELLANGER, CAMILLE F. 

The Greeting at the StUe (Smith ft Story) 100 

BBRAUD, JEAN. 

Caf6 Am^ricain (Carr ft Curtis) J. Meyerhoff 2,200 

Caf6 Am^ricaln (Wood ft Curtis) 1,250 

La Modiste (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 280 

Le Boulevard des Italiens (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) 736 

The Reception (New York Art GaUerles, 1902) 430 

BERCHERE, NARCISSE. 

Oriental Scene (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) 216 

BERNB-BELLE(X)UR, ETIENNE PROSPER. 

A Tender Strain (Sheldon, New York) A. B. Meyer 240 

Cavalry Scouts (Sheldon, New York) 685 

La Trambau (Ashmead) 600 

Mountains (Prlnz) J. Scanlan 1,400 

Resting (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) George Thompson 200 

Seeking the Way (Hoag) 260 



70 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

BBRNE-BELLECODR, ETIENNE PROSPER. 

Soldier (Constantine) George Thompson $160 

The Report (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 825 

The Captain (Smith & Story) 176 

BBYSCHLAG, ROBERT. 

Kissing Goodnight (Hoag) 1©5 

BISSON, EDOUARD. 

Le Reyeil de TAmonr (Furber, 1003) E. P. Baldwin 700 

Winter (Furber, 1903) .... George Thompson 330 

BLACKMAN, WALTER. 

An English Beauty (McGulnness) 135 

BLAKELOCK, RALPH ALBERT. 

Cloyerdale Ravine, Cal. (Richardson & Harrimau) 610 

Landscape (McGuinness) 110 

Landscape ( Rohlf s) 275 

Landscape (McGulnness) 175 

Meeting of the Chief (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) Louis 

Katz 120 

Moonrise (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) S. Charles Welch. 290 

Moonrise in the Mountains (Constantine) Dr. TuthiU 100 

Near Manhattan Beach (Constantine) B. Mansfield 100 

Shanties in Harlem (Weir) Symonds 400 

Sunrise (Browne & Ogllvie) G. B. Wheeler 137 

Sunset in the Woods (McGulnness) W. T. Evans 200 

The Oak Tree (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 29, 1903) Daniel 

O'Day, Jr 100 

There Was Peace Among the Nations (Richardson & Harrlman) 550 

Wild Wood (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 330 

Woodland in Early Spring (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 165 

BLENNER, CARLE J. 

Feeding the Goldfish (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) C. V. 

Hoffman 110 

BLOMMERS, BERNARDUS JOHANNES. 

Children at Play (Reed) P. A. Curtis 700 

Little Nurse (Fishel, Adler &, Schwartz) George Thompson 250 

Preparing the Meal (Sheldon, New York) C. W. Krausharr 310 

BODOY, L. 

Blen Aller (Prins) Paul Luck 400 

Running Well (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 226 

BOGERT, GEORGE H.. A. N. A. 

Autumnal Sunset (Sheldon, New York).... Mrs. Talt 305 

Evening (McGulnness) . . . . R. Woodward 530 

Landscape (McGulnness) 126 

LandBcape (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903).. . .George C. Com- 

stock 325 

Mnonllght (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1001) H. Allaway 200 

BOLE, JEANNE. 

Preparing for the Ball (Leonard ft Co., 1903) 676 

BOMPARD, M. 

Grand Canal (Fishel, Adlor ft Schwarts). .. .H. Bannou 186 

BONDOUX, JULES GEORGES. 

An Impromptu Hn>akfaat (Smith ft Story) 120 

A Mooting at the Inn (MiUor) 165 

Tho MiM'tIng at the Inn (Now York Art Gallorlos, 1902) 2.30 

Tho Serenade (Smith ft Story) ., 200 

nONHF.im. FRANCOIS AITGUSTR. 

Cattle (KnRpp)....(}m^rgo Thompson 156 

Cattle In tho Fort»at of Fontalnobloau (Sheldon, New York) M. Thomas 2,150 

Cattle In Fontalnobloau (Sljoldufn, Phlladolphla) 1,800 

BONHEUR, ROSA. 

A Grey Morae In tho Moadowa (Sholdon, New York) A. B. Meyer 460 

Doer (Richartlson ft lUrrlman) 1,200 

Door (No. 70. F\irlH»r, \\iO)i) U A. I4»nthler 1,400 

Door (No. l.'Ja, Furl>or, tlwa)....L, A. Lanthler 1.000 

Doer (No. 141, Furber. 1003) ... .Mrs. J. N. M. Cardexa 800 

I>eor In the Fon^st (Wator Color. HhoUIon. Philadelphia) 700 

Horse in Pasture (Furb«»r, m»8K...U. A. I4inthler 600 

Monarch of the Desert ( Furbor, UH^) 600 

Mountain Goat (New York Art tJallorloa, March 17, 1002) Michel 1,525 

Sheep ( Beacon Art Galleries) 526 

Sheep (Furber, 1903) ... .J. L. HoChuan 400 



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SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 71 

BODGHTON, OEORGB H., N. A., A. R. A. 

Brittany Maiden (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) $320 

Tranquillity (Field) 290 

Water Carrier (Constantine) Thomas J. Ball 100 

BOUGUEREAU, WILLIAM ADOLPHB. 

Innocence (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 7,400 

Tambourine Girl (Sheldon, New York) Arthur Tooth & Sons 460 

BOUTIGNY, B. 

Napoleon at Boulogne (Sheldon, New York) 800 

BRAITH, ANTON. 

Landscape and Cow (Sheldon, New York) . . . .Prin* Brothers 226 

BRANDT, JOSEF. 

Runaway Team (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) C. David 1,200 

BRANGWYN, FRANK. 

Pleasure Party in Spain (Cole) Thomas H. Porthun 670 

BRETON, JCLES. 

The Gleaner (Furber, 1903) 5.300 

The Gleaner (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 3,000 

BRICHER, ALFRED THOMPSON, A. N. A 

Erenlng on the Coast (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 286 

Incoming Tide, Ogunqult, Me. (McCosker) W. S. DeHunt 150 

Low Tide, Noontime, Grand Manan (McGuInness) 310 

Manchester by the Sea (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 150 

Mathew's Cove, Grand Manan (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903). 2r.5 

Sundown at Ogunqult, Me. (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) ... 245 

BRIDGMAN, FREDERIC A., N. A. 

Afternoon Hours (Hoag) George N. Turner 650 

Arab and His Horse (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) H. D. G. Rohlfs 150 

Arabian Cavaliers by the Sea Shore (N'ew York Art Galleries, March 17, 

1902) K. O. Chlsholm 310 

At the Running Brook (McGuInness) 116 

Chief of Tribe on his Travels (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) 32«> 

Flower Garden at Algiers (McGuInness) 126 

BRISTOL, JOHN B., N. A. 

Greenwood Lake (Miller) 116 

In the Berkshire Hills, Near Great Barrlngton, Mass. (Sheldon, New York) 

Scoville 150 

Lake George (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 200 

Lake George (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) C. F. Brown. 180 

Landscape (Hoag) 120 

Mt. Chocomo, N. H. (Smith & Story) 100 

On the Housatonlc River (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901).... 

Aaron de Cordova 175 

Scene in the Green Mountains (Smith & Story). 120 

Scene on Lake Champlain (Sheldon, New York) C. H. Curtis 170 

Summer Time (McGuInness) 100 

BRONZING (AGNOLO DI COSIMO). 

Princess of the Medici Family (Furber, 1902) S. G. Graham 476 

Princess of the Medici Family (Furber, 1903) 220 

BROWN, J. G., N. A. 

Dull Business (McGuInness) 810 

Friends (Rohlfs) John N. Luning 390 

Nothing Doing (Rohlfs) 336 

Shrimp Gatherer (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 120 

Soap Bubbles (Constantine) R. B. Constantine 250 

The Spat (Sheldon, New York) Morris L. Sire 850 

The Young Peddler (Constantine) E. R. Perkins 295 

Three Friends (McGuInness) G. Whlttell 6tJ0 

Very Becoming (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) E. C. An- 
derson 330 

Waiting for a Bite (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) T. Car- 

mlchael 400 

Watching the Train (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 830 

BROZIK, VACSLAV VON. 

Meditation (Furber, 1902) L. Llnder 870 

Meditation (Furber, 1903) C. O. Wilson 260 

BRDNIER, L. 

The Musician (Furber, 1903) 200 

BBUNIN, L. 

Dancing Lesson (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) 180 

The Flute Player (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) 250 



72 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

V 

DonT Be Afraid (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartx) f500 

BUNCB, WILLIAM 6EDNEY, A. N. A. 

Grand Oanal (Fifth Ayenue Art Galleries, Febmary 20. 1903) 140 

Off the Lido (McGulnness) 125 

CARALLERO. J. M. 

A Card Party (Prtnx) H. S. Redmond 300 

An Interesting Book (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 320 

The Artist's Model (Sheldon, New York) 300 

CAILIE. LEON. 

A Young Mother (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 100 

A Yoong Mother (Sheldon, New York) . .Mrs. Talt 126 

CALDERON, C. 

Grand Canal (Flshel, Adler ft Schwarts) D. Milch 145 

CANO, ALONZO. 

Portrait of a Young Nobleman (Furber, 1903) C. O. Wilson 160 

CASANOVA Y ESTORACH, ANTONIO. 

The Flirtation (Reed) P. A. Curtis 660 

The LoYe Letter (Sheldon, New York) C. J. Barnes 170 

CASTIGLIONE, JOSEPH. 

A Game of Chess (New York Art GaUeries, 1902) 700 

Presenting the Norice (Prins) 610 

CAZIN, JEAN CHARLES. 

Sand Dunes (Field) 725 

The Dunes in Springtime (Hoag) E. Blumenstlel 800 

The MIU (Furber, 1903) C. E. Snedecor 826 

CBDERSTROM, THURE VON. 

A Cardinal (Richardson ft Harriman) 600 

Not to His Taste (Flshel, Adler ft Schwarts) W. HofTman 506 

CEJ 

Madonna and Child (Wood ft Curtis) 500 

CHAMP AIGNE, PHILIPPE DB. 

Armand du Plessis (Furber, 1903) . . . . D. Boone 400 

CHAPMAN, CARLTON T., A. N. A. 

Evening at Mario (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Feb. 20, 1903) 145 

CHARLBMONT, EDUARD. 

A Cup of Tea (Furber, 1903) Ed. Pennington 1,060 

CHASE, WILLIAM M., N. A. 

Gathering Flowers (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Feb. 7, 1901) William 

Clausen 170 

Old Mill at Bristol (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 220 

The Old Mill at Bristol (Hoag) 400 

CHIERICI. 

Taking Advantage (Antelo) 2.500 

CHURCH, FREDERICK S. 

Water Lilies (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Feb. 20, 1903) L. H. CroU 240 

CLAUDE, GEORGES. 

Predication de Saint Francois d'Assises (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 825 

Predication de Saint Frangoia d'Assises (Prinz) Dr. W. C. Harrla 525 

CLAYS, PAUL JEAN. 

A Group of Boats on the Escaut (Sheldon, New York) J. W. McCIymonds. 775 

Holland Boats on the Maas, Dordrecht (Prinz) George N. Tyner 800 

On the Coast of Zeeland (New York Art Galleries, March 17. 1902) F. L. 

Gunther 775 

COESSIN DE LA FOSSE, CHARLES ALEXANDRE. 

After Breakfast (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 200 

COL, DAVID. 

3Can Drinking (Dean) F. R. Kaldenberg lOO 

The Eavesdropper (Sheldon, New York) 180 

Shepherd and Flt>ck (with C. Van Leemputten). (Knapp) D. M. Look 360 

Wide Awake and Fast Asleep (with E. K. Maes). (New York Art Galleries, 

1902) 106 

COLE, v., R. A. 

Landscape (Sheldon. New York) Arthur Tooth ft Sons 106 

COLMAN, SAMUEL, N. A. 

New York Bay (Hart) ZIO' 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 73 

COMMERRE, LEON. 

Easter Id Russia (Furber, 1902) J. Chalmers $500 

Easter Times in Russia (Knapp) 850 

Oriental Beauty (Furber, 1903) Henry Relnhardt 376 

Oriental Scene (Furber, 1902) 700 

The Siesta (Furber, 1903).... D. Boone 825 

CONNELL, EDWARD D. 

Landscape and Cattle (Smith &, Story) 110 

CONSTABLE, JOHN, R. A. 

Landscape (Furber, 1903).... L. A. Lanthler 276 

Landscape and Cattle (Furber, 1903) L. A. Lanthler 250 

St. Mary's, Colchester (Furber, 1903) C. E. Suedecor 280 

CONTI. TITO. 

After the Ball (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) K. 0. Chisholm.. 356 

After the Ball (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 160 

CORBINEAU. 

The Finishing Touch (Wood ft Curtis) Dr. Foster 336 

COROT, JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE. 

Landscape (Browne ft Ogilvle) . . . . W. L. CSary 106 

Landscape (Wiley) 1,125 

Near Barblzon (Field) 860 

Near TrouvUle (Antclo) 1,400 

Pont ft, Anvers (Richardson & Harrlman) 1,850 

Trees (Cole) J. B. Bement 385 

Woodland Pool (Hart) G. C. Comstock 400 

COT P. A. 

' MediUtlon (Hoag) W. Irwin 2,450 

COTES, SIR FRANCIS, R. A.' 

Countess Wilton (Mulloy) 475 

English Children (Furber, 1903) J. Guttman 250 

Lady Cathcart (Furber, 1902) R. C. Shaw 550 

Portrait of Lady Moore (Furber, 1902) George D. Pratt 550 

COURBET, GUSTAVE. 

Au Bord de la Mer (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) . . . . C. Hamersley 860 

GOUSE, E. I., A. N. A. 

Footprints (Rohlf s) R. H. IngersoU 106 

CRAIG, THOMAS B., A. N. A. 

Afternoon In Early Autumn (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) 226 

A Winter Evening (Rohlfs) R. H. IngersoU 150 

CRANE, BRUCE, N. A. 

After the Shower (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) W. G. 

PhlUips 300 

After the Shower (McGuinness) 225 

FuU Moon in Wiutor (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903). 

T. Carmlchael 300 

Harvest (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) S. A. Cunningham.. 100 

Harvesting (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 200 

Midnight, Winter (Knapp) 100 

Midnight at Sea (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, IQWi) 325 

Moonlight, Coast of Maine (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) 

E. H. Landon 340 

The Smugglers (Knapp)... .Dr. M. Burt 105 

Winter (Cole) 210 

CROME, JOHN (Old Crome). 

Landscape (Furber, 1902) B. Thalman 385 

Landscape (Furber, 1903) ... .A. Montgomery 300 

CROPSEY, J. F. 

The Thousand Islands (Knapp) . . . .George Alnslie 110 

DAGyAN-BOUVERET, PASCAL A. J. 

The Breakfast (Antelo) 1,900 

DARGELAS, H. 

The Latest News (Hoag) 125 

DAUBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

Hauling Logs in Winter (Antelo) 4,100 

Landscape (Beacon Art Galleries) 1,450 

Landscape (Ashmead) 1,600 

Landscape (Ashmead) 1,800 

Leaning Tree (Thomas Galleries) 2,000 

Le Commencement de CrCpuscuIe (Cole) .... P. Relnhardt 750 

Scene on the Seine (Thomas Galleries) 1,100 



74 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

DACBIGNY, CHARLES FRANCOIS. 

Sunset Near Barbizon (Cole) $150 

Sunset (Richardson & Harriman) 1,400 

Vlllerville (Thomas GaUerles) 1,600 

DAVID, JACQUES LOUIS. 

Letitia Bonaparte and Her Son Napoleon (Furber, 1903) J. Guttman 950 

DB BAEN, JAN. 

Portrait of Man In Armor (Furber, 1903) 250 

DBBAT-PONSON, E. B. 

At the Watering Place (New York Art Oallerles, 1902) 325 

DB BEUL, FRANZ. 

Cattle at the Pool (Sheldon, New York) 215 

Releasing the Fold (New York Art (Jalleries, 1902) 150 

Resting (Ashmead) 626 

DECAMPS, ALEXANDRE GABRIEL. 

Interior of a Church (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) J. Crawford 200 

DE HAAS, M. F. H., N. A. 

Coast of Star Island (Ashmead) 800 

Coast of Star Island, Maine (Wood ft Curtis) Oliver Stone 350 

DE IIEEM, J. D. 

Still Life (Mulloy) 236 

DELACROIX, EUGENE (F. J. 

An Albanian Warrior (Antelo) 2,400 

DELPY, C. A. 

Evening (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 100 

DELPY, H. C. 

Mominj? (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) J. Hastings...^ 100 

Seine Near Tournedos (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 200 

D'ENTRAYGUES, CHARLES. 

Altar Boys at Play (Furber, 1903) 100 

Eastor Flowers (Prinz) W, H. Deweet* 490 

Watering the Flowers (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 660 

DELOBBE, FRANCOIS AIJj^RED. 

The Young Gleaner (Wood ft Curtis) 600 

DE NEUVILLE, ALPHONSE. 

A Chasseur (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 626 

DERNOYE. 

Lake in Savoy (Wood ft Curtis) J. Zimmerman 300 

DESGOFFE, ALEXANDER BLAISE. 

Still Life (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 175 

DESSAR, LOUIS PAUL, A. N. A. 

Evening (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 170 

Moonlight (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Feb. 8, 1901) 290 

New Moon (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Feb. 19, 1903) 136 

Sheepfold (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) J. O'Brien 240 

DESVARREAUX, L. 

Landscape and Sheep (Smith ft Story) 146 

Resting Under the Oaks (Smith ft Story) 160 

DE TROY, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

Nicholas de Catinat (Furber, 1903) 200 

DETTI, CESARE. 

A Reception (Furber, 1903) J. L. Hoffman 670 

Fair Visitors (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 8. Thomas 800 

Recreations of the Cardinal (Furber, 1902) M. E. Fitzslmmons 423 

Relaxation (Prinz) J. H. Luck 1,600 

Summer (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) Fleirman 430 

The Advice of the Cardinal (Furber, 1902) G. S. Waller 440 

The Poet (Smith & Story) George N. Turner 190 

Winter (New York Art GaUerles, March 17, 1902) C. Armstrong 426 

DEYROLLE, THEOPHILE L. 

A Breton Holiday (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 460 

A Breton Holiday (Prinz) R. Pennington 310 

A Fair Breton (Smith ft Story) 200 

A Holiday in Brittany (Sheldon, New York) 280 

At Devotion In Brittany (Smith ft Story) 126 

DIAZ DE LA PENA, N. V. 

Chevaux & I'AbreuvoIr (Richardson ft Harriman) 800 

Forest of Fontainebleau (Knapp) W. S. Dehart 340 

Mother and Child (Richardson ft Harriman) 700 

Summer Idyl (Furber, 1903) R. Tillotson 1,160 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 75 

DIAZ DE LA PEN'A, N. V. 

Two Trees (Hoag) E. Blumenstiel $650 

Woods and Bocks (Hoag) R. J. Shaw 960 

DIDIER-POUGET, W. 

Heather In Bloom (Sheldon, New York) 675 

Heather In the Bloom, Morulng Effect (Prlnz) E. McMIllln 650 

Sweet Heather in Bloom, Morning Effect (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 675 

DIEFFENBACH, A. 

A Mother's Love (Sheldon, New York) . . . .George Thompson 100 

DIETRICH. 

Soap Bubbles (Thomas Galleries) eOO 

DIRANIA, S. 

Idfal Head (Fnrber, 1903) 180 

DOLPH, J. H., N. A. 

Kittens and Goldfish (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Februarj' 7, 1901) A. de 

Cordova 125 

DORE, GUSTAVE. 

The Transfiguration (McCosker) 120 

DULUARD, H. F. L. 

Cavalier (Furber, 1903) J80 

The Dancing Lesson (Prinz) Mrs. J. C. Williamson 490 

The Report of the Standard Bearer (Sheldon, New York) 500 

The Singer (Prlnz) H. S. Redmond 800 

The Singer (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 876 

DUPRE, JULES. 

Country Scene (Beac<Mi Art Galleries) 6T6 

Dawn of Day (Hoag) C. T. Smith 800 

Marine (Furber, 1902) M. E. Fitzsimmons 900 

DUPRE, JULIEN. 

At the Watering Place (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 775 

Changing Pasture (Prlnz) R. Morgan 620 

Country Scene (Furber, 1903) P. Edwards 550 

Milking Hour (Furber, 1903) Snedecor 450 

Milking Time (Prlnz) E. S. Larkin 700 

Pastoral Scene (Furber, 1902) L. A. Lanthler 600 

Watering the Cows (Sheldon, New York) M. Thomas 610 

DUVAL, JEAN MAURICE. 

Apollo Gallery, the Louvre (Hoag) 180 

EARLE, LAWRENCE C, A. N. A. 

Spring, Bloomfiold, N. J. (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901). 

H. Wood Sullivan 130 

EATON, C. HARRY. 

The Banks of a Pond (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 160 

EATON, CHARLES WARREN. 

The Rising Moon (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) F. von 

Inten 106 

Summer Clouds (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) Richard 

Morgan 126 

The Valley at Sunset (Weir) Alexander 376 

BCHTLER, ADOLF. 

First Lesson (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 180 

BDE, FREDERICK. 

A Farm at La Bonneville (Furber, 1903) E. Werner 166 

Along the River Loing (Constantlne) 240 

Blossoms Hanging Over the River (Furber, 1903) E. Werner 126 

Canal Boats on the River LoIng (Furber, 1903) E. G. Wells 155 

Fields Near Avallon (Furber, 1903) 115 

Flock of Sheep on the Riverbank (Furber, 1903) 115 

Landscape and River (Knapp) W. T. Barney 150 

L'Yonne at Moret (Furber, 1903) 110 

Near Moret, France (Constantlne) 235 

Pasture Along the River (Onstantine) 276 

River Arques Near Abbeville (Furber, 1903) B. C. DeWltt 120 

River and Landscape (Knapp) 186 

River Loing Near Moret (Furber, 1903) 135 

The Brook Across the Fields (Constantlne) 210 

The Old Farm on the Riverside (Furber, 1903) D. Boone 100 

The Stone Bridge (Mulloy) 280 

EGGBLSTON, BENJAMIN. 

Children of the Past (Rohlfs) P. Roeder 800 



^(i AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

BNNBKING, JOHN J. (CoUectlon sold In Boston, April, 1903). 

Afterglow $1,060 

Coast, Ogunqult, Me 200 

Coasters' Retreat 886 

December Sunset 270 

Ifoonrlse, Ogunqult, He 280 

Mount Washington 200 

Norember Twilight 400 

Old Bridge In the Mountains 236 

Old Mill, North Sutton, N. H 360 

Pet of the Lane 226 

Rosy Dawn 880 

Sunset Glow 262 

Summer Sunset 220 

Sunny Morning In Spring 880 

The Golden Vista 266 

Twilight Impression 287 

Typical Norember Erenlng 1,500 

Woodland Twilight 430 

ERNST. RUDOLPH. 

Arabian Smoker (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) K. O. Chlabolm. 460 

In the Temple (Flshel, Adler ft Schwarts) 160 

Moorish Wedding Procession (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902). 

F. C. Rockwell 630 

Reading (Fishel, Adler ft Schwartz) E. H. Weatherby 296 

Return from the Hunt (Hoag).... George C. Comstock 770 

Return from the Hunt (Richardson ft Harriman) 960 

FABBI. 

The Farorlte of the Harem (Wood ft Curtis) D. C. Sllrer 426 

FABRES, ANTOINE. 

In the Harem (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 196 

La Toilette (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 375 

Presenting a New Jewel (Prlns) C. Streeter 800 

The Connoisseur (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 290 

The Farorite (Sheldon, New York) 675 

The Little Merchant (New York Art Galleries) 210 

FABRICIUS. 

A Dutch Doctor (Mulloy) 200 

FALXRO, LUIS. 

Egyptian Dancing Girl (Forber, 1903) 160 

FABSRITIUS, BERNARD. 

The Philosopher (Furber, 1903) A. Chambers 150 

FATH, RENE M. 

A Woodland Lake (New York Art Gelleries, 1902) 250 

A Woodland Lake (Sheldon. New York) 196 

FERGUSON, HENRY A., A. N. A. 

Orange Mountains (Knapp) K. H. Landon 100 

FICHEL, E. 

The Card Players (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 180 

FIELD, E. LOYAL. 

Sunset Glow (Constantine) 140 

FLAMING, FRANCOIS. 

En Reconnaissance (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) S. Marshall 650 

FORTI. 

Song at Pompeii (Wood ft Curtis) ... .Dr. Wiles 475 

FOBTUNY. MARIANO. 

Worship of Pan (Antelo) 2,560 

FIRMIN GIRARD. 

Autumn Land8cax>e (Prinz) W. H. Deweea 300 

Inquiring the Way (New York Art QaU«^ries• 190^) 2S0 

FOSTER. BEN, A. N. A. 

Before Sunrise (Fifth Areaae Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) H. Wood 

SuUlTan 26B 

Near Cornwall, Conn. (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 250 

New Moon (Fifth ATeuue Art GaUerle», February 19, 190a) F. Bratoard 260 

Sunset (Fifth Awnue Art iialivries, JVbruary 20, liKXJ> E. C. AnUvnjou 325 

The Iridescent Hour ( Hottg ) qOO 

The Moonlit Road (Fifth Avenue Art Gallerlea, February ^, I90a) W. 6. 

PhiUlps 300 

The Mystic Hour (Fifth ATeuue Art GaUeriea, February ^ 1903) W. G. 

Phillips 525 

FOULD, ACHILLE. 

Merry Wives of Windsor (Furber, 1903) 8. G. WelU 385 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS, 77 

FOULD, CONSUBLO. 

FUrtation (Furber, 1902) G. C. Comstock $2,100 

FBAPPA, JOSB. 

Cordon Bleu (Flsbel, Adier & Schwartz) F. Cbesborough 1,326 

Fortane Teller (Knapp) J. Bvana • 160 

Manola (Furber, 1902) M. A. Cass Levy 325 

FBOMBNTIN, BUOENB. 

Arab Spahl (Furber. 1002) L. A. Lantbler 1,600 

Arab In Desert (Beacon Art Galleries) 1,400 

rUSELI, HBNRY. 

Portrait of Miss Johnson (Mulloy) 300 

GAINSBOROUGH, DDPONT. 

Portrait of a Young Man (Furber, 1903) J. Lindsay 116 

GAISSBB, BfAX. 

War Stories (Flshel, Adler A Schwartz) A. B. Ansbacher 628 

OARATB. 

Lover's Repose (Wood & Curtis) 360 

The Water Carriers (Wood & Curtis) 400 

GADL, GILBERT, N. A. 

Wounded to the Rear (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 19a3) E. A. 

Levy 170 

GAY, EDWARD A., N. A. 

In the Month of May (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8. 1901). 

. . . . H. Halloway 203 

Wheat Fields (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) 140 

The Summer Field, near Greenwich, Conn. (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, 

February 20, 1903) 130 

6BGERFELT, WILLIAM VON. 

Sunset (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) . . . . W. K. Olcott 810 

Sunset (Williams A Everett) 400 

GEROME, JEAN LEON. 

Afternoon Rest (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) J. Wasserman. 800 

Arab Courtyard (Knapp) .... George Thompson 305 

Beasts* Return to Dens (Ashmead) 4.400 

, Feeding the Pigeons (Furber, 1902) Max Blelman 8,500 

In the Gardens of the Academicians (New York Art Galleries, 1902) J. H. 

McMann 1,860 

In the Garden of the Academicians (Prinz) . . . . J. A. Wright 1,100 

Prayer in the Blue Mosque •(Sheldon, New York) 1,900 

Prayer in the Blue Mosque' (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 1,450 

Street Scene in Cairo (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) J. W. 

M. Cardeza 810 

Scene Near Cairo (Constantlne) George Thqpipson 150 

Tiger Hunt In India (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 1,300 

The Shadow of the Cross (Hoag) Samuel 'McDonald 4,000 

(Bought of artist by late H. W. Smith for $17,000.) 

GILBERT, V. 

Milliners (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) .... George Thompson 185 

6IRARDET, EDGENB. 

The Hour of Prayer (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 100 

6IRARDET, JULBS. 

Milking Time (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 350 

GISBERT, ANTONIO. 

In Mischief (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 450 

GBEUZE. JEAN BAPTISTE. 

Head of a Girl (MuUoy) 120 

GBISON, A. 

Autumn Landscape (Sheldon, New York) 180 

GROLL. A. L. 

Landscape (Rohlfs) . . . . E. H. Landon 110 

OBOLLBRON, PAUL. 

After the Battle; the Retreat (Carr & Curtis) Dr. Walker 3,100 

After the Battle (Wood A Curtis) 1,750 

A Moment of Suspense (Wood & Curtis) 436 

A Vedette of the First Empire (Sheldon, New York) 270 

Hussar on Observation (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 230 

Preparing Breakfast (Sheldon, New York) 225 

Soldier (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 175 

The Barricade (Wood & Curtis) J. Paige 475 

Vanquished (Hoag) 475 



78 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



ORUTZNER, B. 

Heart's Delight (Sheldon, New York) Mrs. Tait $210 

GUB, D. J. 

September Day (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, October, 1900) 200 

Sunshine and Shadow (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) 100 

GUERGINO, FRANCISCO BARBIERI. 

The Annunciation (Dean). .. .Dr. Grant 120 

GUILLON, A. 

Oriental Woman (Flshol, Adier & Schwartz) V. de Cordova 136 

GUYON, MMB. MAXIMILIENE. 

Good Night (Uoag) 330 

HAGBORG. AUGUST. 

Fisherman's Love (Sheldon, New York) George Thompson 200 

Mending the Net (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 275 

Norway Fisher Folks (Sheldon, New York) 400 

Young Fisherman (Wood & Curtis) BOO 

HALS. FRANZ. 

Admiral von Tromp (De Peystcr). . . .J. Guttman 600 

HAMILTON, E. S. 

Feast of Flora (McGuInness) 126 

HAgUETTE, GEORGES. 

A GtHHl Haul (Miller) 260 

Fishing III the Channel (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) C. Hastings 200 

Launching the Bimt (Smith & Story) P. H. Moore 190 

Return of the Fishermen (Sheldon, New York) 330 

Return of the Pilot (Sheldon, New York) 280 

HARDY. HAYWOOD. 

AcrvK» the Sands (Furber, 1903) 200 

HARPIGNIES. HENRI. 

Laudscape vt'urber, 1903) 1,100 

The After Glow (Hoag) R. J. Shaw 750 

HARRISON. KIRGE. 

Winter Mv«oullght (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 100 

HART. JAMES M.. N. A. 

At Home iwith A. F. Tait) (Constantlne) 106 

At the Driuklug Tnnigh s^Vitxh Avenue Art Galleries, October, 1900) 120 

At the Ford vHarl) 700 

At the I\K>1 iHart> C. F. Brown 200 

Autiuuu Woods iHart) F. Loeiser & Co 260 

Bay Ridge iHart> Mr*. C. B, Wood 150 

Bei»ide the Stream (Hart) 400 

Boy and Ox Team (Hart) 135 

By the Stone WaU (Hart) 100 

Cascade (Hart ) 170 

Cat*kill* (Hart) George C. Ci>m»tock 110 

Oomiag Home vNew York Art GaUerle*. 1902) 150 

Comlog Stoccn (Hart) 110 

Cows Drlakiu^ (Hart> 170 

Farmiagtou, the Chestnuts (Hart> Cxirtis 130 

Faruilugtott Rirer t Hart > 115 

Farmiii^toa River jHart) Mr«. C. Bl Wood 210 

Flora ( HarO Mrs. C. B. Wood 3«) 

Forty Oaft^* (Hare t Mrs^ C. B. Wood. : 1«0 

Harv»>*t Time «Hart> IW 

Itt Clover i Hart > G. W. Reyo..»Id» ITO 

Iti Woodlami Shade » New York Art Galleries, 1902> ao 

ludiaa Suiutuec i Hart ) H. RohtfH 270 

lo the Shad*? of the Trees • N»^w Y^rk Art Gallecletf, I90fi) 2t0 

lo the Stream i Hart > M5 

Ljudscape and Cattle (Ki»aprj » c. B. Bordea 1^ 

Late Af temtHjn i Hart t S. S. Laird 2BO 

LitchJleld t Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Febcuary 19-ai>, 1903) H- Hartartiocti«. It5 

Ma>>r I Hart > I'W 

Ma>jr I Hart » J. M. Farley 135 

MtdsaJHJUit^r » Hart) H. Kohlfs 290 

Milking Time t Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Febniary 2S>, 1906) iVh 

Northport Harbor i Fifth Avtjnae Art Galleries, Febcwary 19» 1903) t-l» 

Oak Hill < Fifth Av».'nue Art Galleries, Febniacy 2W, 1903) tW 

October Aft»^rTj.A/n ' R;irt.t F. Loesec A Co 130- 

Old Faroj. Bay Viitliii** . R'lrt) 1»W 

On the North Shor»? t Hart • 126 

On the Road r.<> Iv-^iu-. Wi faring Tri^ntfh 'Hart' UJO 

Orchard ( Hart ) . . . Hrs. C B. W-hkI 1S6 

Orybaws (Hartj tT6 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 79 

HART. JAMES M., N. A. 

Out of the Woods (Hart) $260 

Pebble Brook, Cherry VaUey (Hart) , 125 

Sheep on the Hillside (Hart) 100 

Solitude (Hart) L. Lowenstcfn 215 

Storm (Hart) 100 

Study for the Drove (Hart) ISO 

Study of Birches (Hart) W. S. Tod 400 

Summer Afternoon (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) E. H. 

Landon 1^ 

The Bend of the River (Hart) R. Domlnlck 540 

The Fallen Birch Tree (Hart) 100 

The Lower Branch (Hart) L. Holbrook 280 

The Intruder (Hart) 180 

The Meadow Pool (Hart) Mrs. C. B. Wood noo 

The Rain Is Over (Hart) Mrs, C. B. Wood 1,325 

Three Calves (Hart) 115 

Throe Little Maids (Hart) 150 

Through the Lane (Hart) 120 

Under the Sycamore (Hart) Mrs. Sayer 235 

Upper Pasture (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, Feb. 20, 1903) Archer Brown.. IS.'^ 

Valley Stream (Hart) 110 

Water Tub (Hart) 200 

Wind Bloweth (Hart) 360 

HART, WILLIAM, N. A. 

A Group of Cattle (McGulnness) 380 

Landscape and Cattle (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 610 

Landscape and Cattle (Smith & Story) G. A. Brouder 150 

Landscape (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 305 

HEDA, W. CLAES. 

Still Life (Furber, 1903) 110 

HENDRICH, C. * 

Fairy of the Abyss (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) Paul Kauffmann 135 

Summer Night by the Sea (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) A. J. Crawford 150 

HENNER, JEAN JACQUES. 

Going to Church (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 530 

Sleeping Nymph (Hoag) C. T. Smith 600 

HERMANN, HANS. 

Canal In Amsterdam (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 425 

View In Amsterdam (Fishel, Adler Sc Schwartz) 145 

HERMANN, LEON. 

Dog with Partridge (Hoag) 230 

In the Garden (Prinz) W. E. Hiscox 470 

In the Garden (Sheldon, New York) 480 

Old Burgundy (Hoag) R. H. Williams 1,000 

HERPFER. 

Preparing the Garland (Knapp) 220 

HERRING, JOHN FREDERICK. 

Mare and Foal (Hart) W. S. Tod 450 

HITCHCOCK, GEORGE. 

Dunes Near Egmont (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 100 

HOMER. WINSLOW, N. A. 

A Visit to the Mistress (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 170 

The Last Goose (Dean) .* . . .Zabriskie 215 

HOOPER, HORACE J. 

At Eventide rConstantine) MacDougall 100 

HOPPNER, JOHN*, R. A. 

Oirl with Nest (Furber, 1903) L. A. Lanthfer 725 

Portrait of a Young Lady (Furber, 1902) 460 

HORNE. 

Still Life (Mulloy) ]15 

HOUBEN, HENRI. 

Holland .Maids (Sheldon, New York) E. Osterholt 220 

HOWE, WILLIAM H., N. A. 

Cattle' (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) Aaron de Cordova... 180 

Summer — Brandywlne Valley (McGulnness) 160 

Summer — Brandywlne Valley (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19 and 20, 

1903) Henry D. G. Rohlfs 165 

The King of the Farm (McGulnness) 175 

The Pets of the Farm (Hoag) 190 

HUBNER, KARL. 

The Young Housewife (Iloag) 850 



8o AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

UtUUIKT, VICTOR. 

lUuloutn I'Hiui) (Williams & Evorett) $500 

CaravHU ou Route pour Algiers (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 750 

HUMROttO. A. 

IVaooful Slumlwrt (Sheldon, Now York) M. L. Sire 126 

IHI.KFKI.P. HKNRY. 

ria^-lnir (Fifth ATenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) George Mlllett 100 

INIMNO. i;. 

A S^rt^^^ Ooach Accident In the Italian Alps (New York Art Galleries, 1902).. 600 
INNKS{{. iJKORi^K. N. A. 

Aftor the Rain (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) John T. 

Ker\^!»<»y 226 

Autumn In th«» Woods (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) Dr. 

RUr«»low 660 

Autumn WvhmIs (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) E. Mc- 

MlUln 2,000 

OUmuI* \ Fifth Artf^nue Art Gallerlos. February S. 1901) George Mlllett 150 

lVU>\ar\> Valley vFleld> 810 

Kdgv v»f the Forest ilOxU. Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7. 1901) 

. .H. WiHHl SutUvan 160 

IMl^^ »vf the W.^hU ilUsxl^ Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 

11, W»hh1 SuUlvan 230 

Kr,M<tn< GU>w iSheUUvn. New York^ A. I.udwi]? 320 

0%*Me« $uu«et \ Fifth Avt^nuo Art Gallf'ri^'S. February 7, 1901) S. S- 

0«rv«lh»> 350 

\w tiw» AdlrN>ml«oka iM<^^utnn«^«s> R, W<vxlwanl 625 

I j^'.^^lsx-vajv y U«^*v^vn Art Gall^rt^^^ 876 

)^--a^\»l>^ iFurK^r. !iH^> U A. Lanthi^r 1.000 

\*i,W-*\>e |No\* ^,^^^ Art Ga^leTU^«, li^V2> 300 

lAt<^ \ftx^r«xSM\ vM<^«»lnn<«*> K^ McMmia 425 

t jiW »v:.vWr itt th^ WxvhI* vFi^Mx 1.625 

\«,SN« *t N'.sSit v^^t^, Axvtttt^ Art lUtlerfMk FV-brcaty T. :«>l> E. lIcMilUn. 725 

MsMftr*.^- ,U>NA«^ . H Kewr SCO 

Ntv*r AjKavkv \taXy v^'f^»«^tt*''*»^--«-«> 370 

N<vxr Mxx*t»^W. M*s*. ,nftfe Atv«xM> Art vUl>erMk FV^csiatt- S. IsJO":! W. J. 

S>.*^%ft.\tt X . . , . . s 205 

\.N*ir \«-.;{-.>v.i ,^^Jw^«,vft, N^w^ Y,'*^^^ 300 

:t.- rsV'XH f. i>^ft^ \xYvr,vw> .Kn \U«Vr~*««k IfV^Txary JA. :*k«^^ A, K. Herftwrt*,. 400 

?tr. .*,^; %\ V.-vr,tv"«*ir .»Vir.t\ ..,«. M^rMUV:* 600 

n>.- xIaV,-. :5:i^,r^«^t ,>^*>?^V A.»><^ A ^■**•4lr^t^ . . . .W-.i:!}!!! ClaWM i.J5B0 

t'hc x\\\ yX.W i\t^ \,^\ Ar; \;*^,VT^rtv *,i^\J 800 

n'j'^^ s^►i'^ ,*^'^>^ \xy^».»e \« ti*ivr?«c >v>-'vi*'rt 'tik. :ft.v- iso 

V>'.vr.>tt .V,•^w■.;"r..-♦fvsc^^ 275 

V>vi?.;rrf. ,N^. VV *^»nn'J »>\'t;>. ^v^T.*w \r^ t^-.V'^if* TV»>c»wr< N. TW*. T K. 

XK*M%v 480 

l-^Ki/r* i^i >fr/cr^ ,V%Tj>k Kxvifrw x?^ tW^r)*i^t*»*. T'on'nii.r? ^ iiw.i T. n. 

XKV.lr^? no 

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SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS, 8i 

JACQUET, JEAN GDSTAVE. 

A Head (New York Art Galleries, 1902) $325 

An Interesting Chapter (Prlnz) C. McManus 1,300 

Bella (Furber, 1902) Dr. G. B. Cowell 480 

Girlhood (Sheldon, New York) M. Thomas 660 

Oraco (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) Flelrman 536 

Innocence (Sheldon, New York) 596 

Louis XV, Soubrette (Furber, 1902) G, S. Waller 1,800 

Youth (nshel, Adler & Schwartz) D. Whittemore 440 

JAMES, D. 

Off a Lee Shore (Gonstantine) .... George Thompson 296 

JAPY, L. 

After the Rain, A^uvergne (Sheldon, New York) 240 

Plaine du Toretz, Loire, France (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 275 

JARDINES, J. 

Spanish Inn Scene (Smith & Story) 1^ 

JABVIS, JOHN W. 

Portrait of Daniel D. Tompkins (Furber, 1903) Ed. Davis 800 

JEANNIN. GEORGES. 

Choice Fruit (Smith & Story) 146 

JENKINS, GEORGE W. 

Portrait of George Washington (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 125 

JETTEL, EUGENE. 

Farm Near Kplnay, Barblzon (Furber, 1903) E. F. Baldwin 130 

Sunrise in Holland (Furber, 1903) .... A. Montgomery 660 

JOHNSON, DAVID, N. A. 

Cattle and Landscape ( Ashmoad ) 475 

Chestnuts, Fordham (McCosker) 207 

(Purchased at Avery Sale, 1902, for $180.) 
Georgetown, Conn. (Constantlne) . . . . R. M. Uaan 126 

JOHNSON, EASTMAN, N. A. 

Devotion (Constantlne) ... .J. Churchill « 120 

JONGKIND, HENRY G. 

Fishing Boats on the Scheldt (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 110 

JONES, FRANCIS C, N. A. 

Among the Rocks (Rohlfs) . . . .Fred Pledes 136 

At the Trout Brook (Rohlfs) 110 

Her Favorites (Rohlfs) ,. 110 

Neighbors' Chat (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) Robert 

Burke 140 

Running for Home (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901). .. .George 

Millet 100 

JONES, H. BOLTON, N. A. 

Springtime (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901).... J. Huntley.... 150 

Springtime (McGuinncss) 185 

The Road to the River (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901). 

A. A. Wilcox 140 

JOURDAN, ADOLPH. 

The Bather (Hart) W. S. Tod 150 

JULIEN. JOS. 

Haying Time in Belgium (Sheldon, New York) 210 

The Hay Harvest (Smith & Story) 200 

KAEMMERER, FREDERIC HENRI. 

At the Shoemaker's (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) Paul Kauffmann 215 

Flower Girl at Biarritz (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 235 

Girl In Grey (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 110 

Returning from School (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) Paul Kauffmann 180 

The Flower Girl (Sheldon, New York) 190 

KAHLER, C. 

Caught in the Act (Constantlne)... .Alexander Hamiltoq 146 

KAVEL, MARTIN. 

A Study In Light and Shade (Furber, 1902) 700 

A Study in Light and Shade (Furber, 1903) 150 

The Flowers (Fishel, Adler A Schwartz) 270 

KENSBTT, JOHN F., N. A. 

Newport (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries. February 19, 1903) Legrand Tlbbits.. 130 

On the Hudson (Constantlne) 120 

The Cliffs at Newport (Hoag) 100 

KEVER, J. H. 

Amusing Baby (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 836 



82 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

KING, HAMILTON. 

An American Beauty (McGulnness) $110 

KLDTH, ROBERT. 

Norwegian Ford (Rohlfs) Fred Piedes 130 

Norwegian Ford (Browne & Ogllvle) W. Doyle 105 

The First Step (Rohlfs) Fred Piedes 105 

KNELLER, SIR GODFREY. 

Portrait of a Lady (Furber, 1903) 125 

Portrait of a Nobleman (McCosker) R. G. Fenton 1,460 

KNIGHT, ASTON. 

Trysting Place (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) Perkins 115 

KNIGHT, D. RIDGWAY. 

At Polssy on the Seine (Sheldon, Philadelphia) ' 8(X) 

At Polssy on the Seine (Sheldon, New York) 825 

The Grape Gatherer (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) F. J. Sprague 600 

KNOOP, A. 

The Debtor's Assignment (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 116 

KOEKKOEK, BAREND CORNELIS. 

Landscape (Smith & Story) 135 

KOST, FREDERICK W., A. N. A. 

On Long Island (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) M. El- 

drldge 145 

The Net Reel, East Quogue (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901). 

George Inuess, Jr 280 

The Wood Gatherer (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901). 

C. Graves 180 

The Seawood Gatherer (McGulnness) 150 

KOWLASKY, LEOPOLD F. 

The Wedding Party (Furber, 1902) G. W. Stems 800 

KREYDER, ALEXIS. 

Fruit (Sheldon, New York) 160 

KUNZ, LUDWIG ADAM. 

Flowers and Objects of Art (Reed) 876 

KDWASSEY. 

Evening ( Ashmead) 400 

LA BOULAYE, C. 

La Coquette (Furber, 1902) 840 

La Coquette (Furber, 1903) J. W. Herbert 245 

LA FARGE, JOHN, N. A. 

After the Bath (Weir) R. M. Warren 875 

Fortune (Weir) Paige 600 

LAISSEMENT, HENRI A. 

Feeding Pigeons (Prinz) C. McManus 1,200 

In the Garden of the Vatican (Sheldon, New York) 1,610 

In the Garden of the Vatican (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 850 

The Morning Mail (New York Art Galleries, 1902) Julius Oehme 600 

The Cardinal (Constantlne). . . .E. R. Perkins 390 

LALODE, JULIEN. 

Market Scene In Rouen (Smith & Story) 100 

LAMBERT, L. EUGENE. 

The First Lesson (Fishel, Adler Sc Schwartz) 426 

LAMBINET, EMILE. 

Landscape (Sheldon, New York) Arthur Tooth & Son 200 

Windmill (Hart) E. Michael 230 

LASTMAN, PETER. 

Preparing for a Battle (Furber, 1903) C. Carpenter 160 

LADGEE, GEORGES. 

The Gleaner (Sheldon, New York) W. P. Cowan 225 

The Gleaner's Meal (Prinz) P. Ix>wry 480 

The Gleaner's Rest (Sheldon, New York) 476 

LAWRENCE, SIR THOMAS, P. R. A. 

Portrait of Lady Crittenden (Furber, 1902) B. H. Landon soo 

LAZERGES, JEAN BAPTISTE PAUL. 

Arab Encampment (Smith & Story) 190 

Encampment (Fishel, Adler &. Schwartz) F. Andrews 180 

Encampment, Biskra (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 120 

LEBRUN, CHARLES. 

Mademoiselle de la Valli^re (Furber, 1902) J. Wallen 820 

Mademoiselle de la Valllfire (Mulloy) 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 83 

LEE» HARRY. 

Near West Point (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) Albert 

Frleman $140 

LBFEBYRE, JULES J. 

La Jeunesse (Sheldon, New York) 1,450 

La Jeunesse (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 1,000 

LELY, SIR PETER. 

Madame de S6ylgn6 (Mulloy) 400 

LBIOU. 

Inquisltlyeneas (Wood & Curtis) George Liner 856 

The Parade (Wood & Curtis) T. W. Leggatt 820 

LENOIR, C. A. 

Ideal Head (Hoag) W. E. Hlscox 200 

Nymphe des Bois (Prlnz) 725 

Pandora's Box (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) L. A. Lanthier 1,100 

LEROLLE, HENRI. 

Fishing for Frogs (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) 430 

Summer Evening (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) M. Livingston 490 

LB ROUX, HECTOR. 

Ancient Greece (Furber, 1902) C. Parsons 620 

LEROY, J. 

The Happy Family (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) V. de Cordova 110 

LBSIU. 

Declaration of Love (Wood & Curtis) T. Elliot 880 

LESREL. ADOLPHE ALEXANDRE. 

Game of Cards (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) George C. Comstock 1,600 

LESSI, TITO. 

The Card Players (Furber, 1902) Eugene Fischhof 1,060 

The Violinist of the Convent (Furber, 1902) E. Fischhof 1,300 

LESUR, VICTOR HENRI. 

At the Qual (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 190 

Flower Stand (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 250 

Indiscreet (Miller) 34.'> 

Jardin du Luxembourg (Prinz) R. A. Skidmore 820 

On the Bank of the Seine (Smith & Story) 275 

On the Boulevard (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 210 

Paris, Time of Louis XIV (Hoag) 300 

The Amateur (Sheldon, New York) Mrs. Talt , '115 

The Secret Letter (Wood & Curtis) 410 

The Toilet (Sheldon, New York ) 200 

The Minuet (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 625 

LEUTZE, EMMANUEL, N. A. 

The Angel's Whisper (Weir) Paulin 500 

LINDERUM, R. 

The Quartet (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) J. Hastings 165 

LOBRICHON, TIMOLEON. 

The Caress (Sheldon, New York) 200 

LOUZA, A. 

The Gossip (Constantino) . . . . R. B. Constantine 190 

LUBEN. 

Under the Hammer (Field) 850 

MADRAZO, RAIMUNDO DE. 

La Gnitana (Richardson & Harriman) 700 

MAES, E. RENI. 

Choice of the Barnyard (Smith & Story) ... .Warner Arms 220 

MAKART, HANS. 

Knight in Medireval Costume (Smith & Story) 30o 

Lady in Mediaeval Costume (Smith Sc Story) 300 

MALFILATRE, L. 

Autumn pr$s Mortalx (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 500 

MARAIS, ADOLPHE CHARLES. 

Landscape and Cattle (Prlnz) . . . .George N. Tyner 800 

MARTIN, HOMER D., N. A. 

Autumn in the Adirondacks (Prinz) E. McMillln 700 

Near Lake George (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 190 

Off the Normandy Coast (Sheldon, New York) B. Hochschlld 180 

On the Hudson (McGuInness) 160 

On Lake Ontario (Fifth Avenue Art Gallleries, February 19, 1903) Louis 

EUlnger 260 



84 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

MARTIN, HOMER D., N. A. 

Sunset In Lake Saranac (Hoag) $200 

White Mountains (McGuinness) 180 

MATHIEU, GABRIEL. 

On the Banks of the Dordogne (New York Art Gallerlee, 1902) 180 

River Dordogne, Near Beynac, France (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 200 

MAUVE, ANTON. 

Cow in Sunlight (New York Art Galleries, 1002) 140 

In the Pasture (Field) 328 

Landscape, with Cattle (Cole) G. S. Phillips 1,100 

McCORD, GEORGE H., A. N. A. 

A Day's Sport (Hoag) 100 

Afternoon on the Scheldt (Roblf s) E. C. Anderson 126 

Darby and Joan (Rohlfs). .. .George C. Comstock 145 

Darby and Joan (Sheldon, New York) Charles J. Barnes 100 

Evening, Dordrecht, Holland (Rohlfs) S. T. Shaw...*. 200 

Evening, Gloucester, Mass. (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) .... 

F. N. Laurence 216 

Landscape (Rohlfs) S. T, Shaw 176 

Near Dordrecht, Holland (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 

Samuel A. Cunningham 105 

On the Zuyder Zee, Holland (Constantine) B. G. Wells 125 

Sunset on the Isle of Wight (Smith & Story) 145 

The Russett Marsh (Rohlfs) S. T. Shaw 116 

McENTEE, JETRVIS, N. A. 

Eagle Cliff, N. H. (Knapp) E. A. Olds 240 

MEISSONIER. CHARLES. 

The Sentinel (Sheldon, New York)....R. S. Barnes 260 

MEISSONIER, JEAN LOUIS ERNEST. 

Artist's Own Saddle Horse (Furber, 1902) 1,000 

Figure (Antelo) 8,000 

Study of a White Horse (Furber, 1902) Ernest Friedlander 590 

The White Horse of Napoleon I (Furber, 1903) J. Guttman 725 

MELNIK, C. 

Girl with Poppies (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) P. Kleeberg 176 

MELNIK, N. 

The Coquette .(Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) W. M. K. Alcott 126 

Study of a Head (Furber, 1903) A. Montgomery 180 

MERLE, HUGUES. 

Ruth (Reed) Lloyd G. Reed 600 

MERLOT, EMILE JUSTIN. 

Cattle (Furber, 1902) Max Blelman 360 

Cattle (Furber, 1903) D. Boone 226 

Cattle and Sheep (Hoag) 880 

MERLOT, G. 

Cows at Pasture (Fishel, Adlor 8c Schwartz C. Pendleton 160 

Cows at Watering Place (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz).. . .C. Pendleton 160 

METSU, GABRIEL. 

Dutch Interior (Furber, 1903) 860 

MEYER, E. 

The Favorite Flowers (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 846 

MEYER VON BREMEN, JOHANN GEORG. 

A Love Token (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 680 

First Love Letter (Reed) . . . .Charles L. Knoedler 800 

Noon Day Rest (Hoag) 880 

The Beggar Boy (Furber, 1902) Max Blelman 760 

The Rabbit Seller (Reed) 3,000 

MICHEL, GEORGES. 

Autumn Twilight (Cole) 860 

MIEREVELT, M. JANSZEN. 

Portrait of the Engraver Delff (Furber, 1903) 200 

Portrait of a Lady (Furber, 1902) G. S. Waller 826 

MIGNARD, PIERRE. 

John Churchill (Furber, 1903) 876 

Madamoiselle dc la Sablidre (Mulloy) 886 

MILLER, CHARLES H., N. A. 

Old Oaks and Water Willows (Miller) 200 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

Mercury, lo and Argus (Cole).... A. T. Wheeler 860 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS, 85 

MINOR, ROBERT C, N. A. 

Golden Sunset (McGuinness) $260 

Late Afternoon (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 206 

The White Mountain (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 

.... Archer Brown 470 

MOBLLER, LOUIS, N. A. 

A Close Game (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) E. G. 

Anderson 160 

A Good Joke (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 160 

A Good Story (Rohlfs) 165 

Day After Election (Constantlne) William Skinner 270 

The Right Flavor (Constantlne) J. C. McCall 190 

MONCHABLON, FERDINAND JAN. 

Champs pr^s Chatillon, Vosges (Sheldon, New York) 800 

Haymaking, Enfouvelle (Hoag) J. Oehme 825 

Haymaking, Enfouvelle (Reed) J. Oehme 550 

Haymaking, Enfouvelle (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 840 

La VaU6 de Chatillon (Furber, 1903) C. B. Snedecor 610 

On the Banks of the Soane (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) 

W. H. Knight 676 

The Soane Near Chatillon (Prlna) Mrs. J. McElroy 726 

MONET, CLAUDE. 

Shore Scene (Antelo) 1,000 

MONTICELLI, ADOLPHE. 

Preparing for the Feast (Sheldon, 1903) J. M. Llchtenauer 225 

MOORE, H. HUMPHREY. 

In a Spanish Garden (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 100 

MORAN, EDWARD, N. A. 

Bidding Adieu to the Mayflower (Moran) E. C. Fuller 200 

Brig Armstrong, Fayal (Moran) lK>uiB Etlinger 260 

Coast of Mount Desert (Moran) J. Fleming 260 

Crabbing, Greenport, L. I. (Moran) Miss M. A. Harriot 200 

Debarkation of Columbus (Moran) J. A. Hetherington 316 

Discharging the Pilot ((Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 

George Mlllett 260 

Early Moonlight, Long Island (Moran) . . . .John Bannon 260 

Entering the Narrows (Smith & Story) J. H. Hetherington 160 

Entering Port (Moran) E. H, Landon 190 

Entering Port (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 260 

Entering Port (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, October, 1900) 301 

Entering Port (Wier) Warner 360 

Ever Restless Sea (Moran) James R. Steers 260 

E*lrst Recognition of the American Flag by a Foreign Government, Kuiberon, 

1778 (Moran) J. T. Farley 676 

First Ship (Moran) Louis Etlinger 360 

Flight of the Seagulls (Moran) S. Hutching 460 

Foggy Day, Coast of Maine (Moran) Mrs. C. C. Bolton 206 

Highway of All Nations (Moran) Mrs. De Hart Smith 1,060 

Iron versus Wood (Moran) ... .J. A. Hetherington 360 

Jones' Victory (Moran) F. C. Hicks 350 

Leaving Port (Moran) . . . .Samuel Hodgklns 185 

Merchant Vessel (McGuinness) 250 

Moonrlse on the Ocean (Moran) . . . . H. R. Roelker 600 

Nearing Port (Sheldon, New York) Mrs. Tait 300 

Orr Sandy Hook Lightship (Moran) Robert H. McCurdy 230 

Old Time Merchantman (Moran) .... Robert H. McCurdy 230 

Primeval Forest (Moran) Louis Etlinger 280 

Return of the Conquerors (Moran). . ..Stilson Hutchlns 300 

Running Before the Wind (Moran) E. S. Guthrie 300 

Santa Maria at Sea (Sheldon, New York) 200 

Shakespear Cliff (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) Franklin 

Haines 250 

Sunset Off Block Island (Moran) George W. Reynolds 360 

The Swirl of the Sea (Moran) A. R. Hepburn 300 

Tending the Flock (Constantlne) J. D. Conover 100 

Toilers of the Field (Moran) V. C. Cadieux 400 

MORAN, LEON. 

Rehearsing for the Minuet (Smith & Story) 100 

MORAN, E. PERCY. 

Afternoon Tea (Constantlne) . . . . R. B. Constantlne 130 

Buying the Wedding Ring (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries,. February 8, 1901).... 

Aaron de Cordova 176 

Composing the Love Letter (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 180 

Flirtation (Constantlne) C. H. Kelsey 176 

Language of Flowers (Smith & Story) . . . .M. Stransky 130 



86 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

MlHlAN K PFRCY 

Old Colonial Days (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) William 

Sklnnor *^ 

Reapers (Rohlfs) McMurtry JJO 

Town and Country (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 160 

Welcome Guest (Fifth Avenue Art GaUerles, February 7, 1901) Aaron 

de Cordova ^^ 

MORAN. THOMAS. N. A. 

iMiOTs of Green River, Wyoming (Rohlfs) 1«> 

Communij^nw (Fifth Avenue Art GaUerlee, February 7, 1901) John Miller.. 325 

Kast Hampton ( McGulnnesa) 215 

Kutramv to Grand Canal, Venice (Weir) Uartshom 4*5 

Rocks of Accoma (Browne & Ojfllvle) McCarthy 300 

R<H«k8 of Accoma (Rohlfs) Fred Pledes 366 

Showery Day on the Grand Canal, Venice (Sheldon, New York) M. L. Sire.. 650 

SuuUcht hvh\ Shade. Montauk Point, L. I. (Richardson A Harriman) 550 

Venice (Rohlfs) R. H. IngersoU 280 

Venice frx>m Guldecca (Rohlfs) J. A. Hetherlngton 360 

VnUire of Larlta. New Mexico ( Rohlfs) Charles M. Howe 200 

MOREIJVND. GEORGE. 

landscape in Suffolk (Furber. 1903) 100 

St-llinir Fish iMuUoy) 300 

MORGAN, WIIXJAM. 

S*Mi|r of the Sea (New York Art Galleries. 19Ce^ 175 

Younir Mother iCv^nstantlne^ J. Churchill 115 

MORTUEMANS, J, 

R.w« iMiller) 160 

MULLER. AD, 

FV^xiin^: the G^ese iCoostantine) G<s>iiee Tbomp»c«i 175 

MCNKAC^SY. MIHALY. 

The Idle AppreaUce iNew York Art Galleries^ ISWS^ 450 

MVNOE, Di^MINGO. 

The Stimjp Cup (Hoa^^ 130 

MFRPHY, J, FRANCIS. N, A, 

A'.inimn KT^-wlnir \ New V .>rk Art GalVri**. l*i^2v 410 

Cl*>«» xAf Day tFllth Aw^otte Art GallerSe*. lVt%^»ej-, lSk^> 130 

Landftmpe (Mci«uiAC<«s^ 250 

Nr"^*r ArtiTilie . Nrw YxNrk Art iialleri^*. :«e^ Win, Cla«*«»-- 150 

^i«^ How \M<<;«lta)e«»> 275 

S^I^HMriiwe \M<<i««itM>e«*> . . . ,La%7y«t i^^f^cAbela. 115 

MI'^IN, AlGl^^fTIL 

A I'^^w *vn t)te Sif^Vit tS:»H)i .fc ^j^.-vry > 20q 

t;NS»»V^« ^*v*rt ^ya tibe ^c^M^tdl t^»U5; A S^-rtij-* 290 

MVTKNSs DANIW* 

i>,iM"rv-ti »-s< i'^r>e» \ <r«rtwNr, ^Wi^ A. i. CVrtJfJj:., 500 

NATmfRs ;JKAN \IA1R\\ 

>\vnr*;l .^f \k*4AV»e Af \^^!fc^a ir«:*eir. TJWit' . 15. S> Hm^vcrf/cfl 

N1PmArTy>Ns WAX.TKR 

TW Ty>»*r5 t;*:W'3<M' ^WeiJT^ . . .9^iir>i5c<9 

Vhc l»*'A«fc-»ie ^rvaV* t»!trti A>www Ar; iX:*l!>fcnfli^. TViXmux? 5fi. ^JWJ; IjUbi* 
tfW i'^iK^ ,\m-« Xa^ A?n c^i:**^**!*^ ^M£ . , 

>»V«ftn*^V l^Jft^^\ xiftiiv x \ a. 

'ntr*»/ij 3Si 

^tkls^b- ^i W YW: ,V<-* \'v^ X^^ ^jMV*,»|fn», ■-jfiWb^ . . SSB 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS, 87 

ORTLEIB, P. 

The Grandparents' Visit (Dean) George Aluslie $120 

OUTIN, PIERRE. 

Cavalier and Peasant Girl (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 380 

Flirting (Furber, 1903) C. 0. Wilson 480 

PAGE, WILLIAM. 

"I Will"; "You Shan't" (Weir) . . . .Bartlett 526 

PAPPERITZ, G. 

Good News (Constantlne) George Thompson 100 

PARTON, ARTHUR, N. A. 

A Dewy Spring Morning Near ArkTllle (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, October, 

1900) 106 

Apple Blossoms (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, October, 1900) 100 

Apple Blossoms (Constantlne) 160 

Catsklll Valley (McGuInness) 110 

Evening Shadows (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) T. B. 

Walker 1150 

Hay Time (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 160 

Morning In Rhode Island (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 110 

Near Arkvllle (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) T. B. 

Walker 136 

On the Housatonlc (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) 140 

Springtime (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) E. H. Landon.. 105 

Springtime (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 160 

Summer Time (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries. February 20, 1903) 136 

The Edge of the Woods (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 

Robert C. Vose 800 

The Valley Stream (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) G. F. 

Blandy 100 

Trout Fishing (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 176 

Valley Stream (McGuInness) 135 

Willows (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 126 

PARTON, ERNEST. 

Near Oxford, England (Browne & OgUvie) T. Carmichael 146 

Near Oxford, England (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903). 

T. Carmichael 180 

Wargrave Church, England (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 

C. V. Hoffman 160 

PASCAL, PAUL. 

Shrimpers (Smith & Story) 105 

PASCUTTI, A. 

The Lace Merchant (^napp) George Thompson 100 

PASINI. ALBERTO. 

An Algerian Guard (Sheldon, New York) 775 

An Algerian Guard (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 826 

.\u Algerian Guard (Prlnz) W. E. HIscox 700 

Mosque In Cairo (Furber, 1902) Max Blelman 1,200 

PATTIEN, CESAR. 

Amongst the Buttercups (Smith & Story) 190 

A Rural Genius (Smith & Story) 256 

Telling Stories (Prinz) E. S. Brans 330 

PAULI, RICHARD. 

Late Autumn (McGuInness) 110 

Near Leonia (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) John Barron 220 

Nocturne (McGuInness) 100 

October (McGuInness) 250 

On the Kill von Kull (McGuInness) I<aurent Oppenhelm 160 

The Nocturne (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) E. H. 

Landon 620 

PEALE, REMBRANDT. 

Portrait of Sir Joshua Reynolds (McGuInness) Kenneth Chlsholm 1,050 

The Roman Daughter (Kimball) 500 

PEELE, J. T. 

Tired Out (Hoag) 240 

PENFOLD, P. C. (Collection sold In New York, November 14 and 15, 1902.) 

Ferry at Long Pr6 130 

Mai du Pays 180 

PENOT, ALBERT J. 

A Sad Case (Smith ft Story) 250 

Protesting His Innoconce (Smith & Story) 260 

The Cardinal (Ashmead) 526 



88 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

PERRZ, ALONZO. 

Flmllnu of Cinderella (New York Art Galleries, 1902) $710 

The Finding of Cinderella (Prina) B. MoMlllln 530 

The Morning Mall (Smith A Story) PhUlp Goldberg 125 

PERRAULT, LEON. 

Fluher Glri (Field) 325 

Mlgnon (New York Art GallerieB, 1902) 150 

Slaters (Prlns) George N. Tyner 900 

The Little Mother (Richardson & Harrlman) 1,000 

PERRKT, AIME. 

Young Women Gathering Potatoes (Furber, 1902) J. A. Hetherlngton 1,125 

PERRY, E. WOOD, N. A. 

A Winter's Tale (Weir) Symonds 210 

PETERS, CHARLES ROLLO. 

Sunset, East Hampton (McGulnness) 125 

PETITJEAN, EDMOND. 

Pont du ChAteau Auvorgne (Smith & Story) M. Stransky 12& 

Swne at Harfleur, near Havre (Smith & Story) 136 

PEEAXT, A. 

At the Watering Place (Fishel, Adler & Schwartx) E, H. Long IdO 

PICARl>, KDMOND. 

The Shepherds (Furber, 1902) G. S, Waller 400 

PIC.\RnKT, L. 

Trawling Musicians (Smith ft Stv>ry> 155 

PICKXKU^ WILLIAM U. A. X. A. 

Strei^t S<viie» Staples \ Mdiulnness) 3S0 

Vi^^ux St. Raphael iMci;ulnne«$^ G. Whlttell 410 

PILTE, OTT\>. 

Lilacs vHoag) 150 

R<^b^mil iCoostantlne) 125 

Springtime vPfabeU Adlor & S<^waru) 190 

PIOT, AIH^LPHE. 

Aaa&ir«ik\n iShekktt, New Y*vrk^ 1,000 

An We*l vlMat> Max Williams €25 

Kniikkw^s iXew Y^rk Art GaU«>ri<«. l«a» 6» 

rr«nk»<s5i» iShehkm, New Yort^ LOOO 

l»r,»xviK>^ iNew Y<Hrk Art Gall^rk^ Manc^ IT. ISNK* K. A. L<vt' 400 

Rrf'veri*' iW<*«l ft Curti*^ P, Mackay.. 400 

Sojvmty \rrt«xa> E. Hope N\xrtx« 1,000 

FORTIKIJTE. EPWARR 

Tlw iN%r.A4at:? tS^KKvn, N*^w Y»vrk> P^rkiw 190 

Tl* riiifecrwj*^''* W^H^iag iSb^idfo, X^w York i 300 

A* l>,tr.^r^rMiT^^ ^»*asi<» tSJw'Jtkwi. X<w Y«rt:*' , 175 

Sa^:;«^*<^^^^^t i^yNVr.tiaU *iSnUl)i ft St^-cy* 435 

Tlw* M.NTiiiT^ N>>*^ vS4>^>*rt«u Xv^w V.-ckv,..E. H. W«itbM*iy lt« 

T^ T^-**? (X^'W \,\rk Art tValk^rk*^ Harcfei IT, 3«C^ E. A> L«* 90O 

rorn^xsr. k4>>x . a. x a. 

Vht "J^^^-rrj^tirtu (X>* V,-cl A« tva5V<i«w ^mtt'i . 2S 

Thf- r^rtif'Ttji^iA** jlFV>A>... S50 

rvxv. ;»xy5:s5 >FiKvv,)it 

Y*rt»»f<«r.fJir. Alp» K^KVoMi^t ft <"\a... X^V^^ .... 479 

;?i(m)9rK^ xrrf^vnA^TK 5»»>r /Jt $:)v>aH , * VnKJrin>Wi»*" " .. i. ^^IVrinnrt .... 130 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 89 

BANGER, HENRY W., A. N. A. 

Goldon Autumn (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8,1901) E. MoMillln. $726 

LftndRcape (Dean) . . . .George Ainslie , 105 

RAU, EMIL. 

Love Making In the Alps (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 230 

RECKARD, GARDINER ARNOLD. 

Afternoon (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) William Arnold 

Bradley 100 

Golden Evening (McGulnness) 200 

REHN, F. K. M., A. N. A. 

Mid Ocean (McGulnness) 230 

Springtime (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) William 

Clausen 146 

The Surging Sea (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 175 

RBNODF, EMILE. 

Man at Wheel (Sheldon, New York) D. I^hman 110 

REYNOLDS, SIR JOSHUA, P. R. A. 

Girl with a Bird's Nest (Beacon Art Galleries) 575 

Portrait of a Lady (Furber, 1902) .* 700 

RICHARDS, WILLIAM T. 

Narragansett Bay (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 185 

TIntagel, Cornwall (Ashmead) 475 

RICHET, LEON. 

An Old Farm In Barblzon (Sheldon, New York) 1,560 

Algerian Girls (Constantlne) 370 

Forest of Fontainebleau (Furber, 1902) E. Fisher 300 

Landscape (No. 7, Furber, 1903) L. C. Krauthoff 160 

Landscape (No. 52, Furber, 1903) 180 

Landscape (No. 87, Furber, 1903) Louis Levien 180 

Landscape (Smith & Story) 180 

EICHTER, EDOUARD. 

Lunch in the Garden (Smith & Story) 210 

The Misunderstanding (Wood & Curtis) J. B. Seeley 320 

RICO, MARTIN. 

Grand Canal, Venice (Constantlne)....!. Churchill 380 

Venice (Hoag) 610 

Venice (Richardson & Harriman) 1,600 

RIGAUD, HYACINTHE. 

Portrait of a Lady (Furber, 1903) W. H. Russell 260 

RIX, JULIAN. 

Cyprt'ss Hill, Near Monterey, Cal. (McGulnness) 200 

Evening Hour (McGulnness) 170 

Landscape (Cole) George S. Allen 4<?)0 

Pompton Lake (McGulnness) 220 

The Brook (Sheldon, New York) C. Stollberg 280 

The Trout Brook (Weir) Edwards 600 

ROBBE, LOUIS. 

Sheep (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 225 

Shepherd and Flock (Constantlne) George Thompson 125 

ROBERT- FLEURY, TONY. 

Meditation (Sheldon, New York) .?00 

The Reference (Wood & Curtis) 400 

ROBIE, JEAN. 

Roses (Prlnz) W. H. Dowees 1,200 

RODRIGUEZ, ETCHAT S. 

Meditating the Answer (Smith & Story) 100 

RONDEL, H. 

Study of a Head (Furber, 1903) J. W. Herbert 252 

ROSELAND, HARRY. 

Fortune Teller (Rohlfs) 120 

Telling Her Fortune (Rohlfs) Fred. Piedes 106 

ROSENTHAL, TOBY. 

AfTection's Last Offering (Mulloy) 270 

ROSIER. 

On the Adriatic (Wood & Curtis) 380 

ROSIERSE. 

Market and Moonlight in Amsterdam (Ashmead) 1,575 

ROSSI, LUCIUS. 

Le Reveil (Furber, 1902) R. R. Lounsbury 300 

HOSTEL. 

The Toilet (Ashmead) 700 



90 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

ROULLET, GASTON. 

Grand Canal, Venice (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) D. Whlttemore $600 

ROUSSEAU, HENRI E. 

A Basaar In Tunis (Sheldon, New York) 195 

ROUSSEAU. THEODORE. 

French Landscape (Thomas Galleries) 700 

Sunset (Sheldon, New York) W. P. Cowan 215 

The Cliffs (Thomas Galleries) 1,600 

ROYBET, FERDINAND, 

Cavalier (Furber, 1902) C. Ingram 1,500 

Cavalier of the Period of Louis XIII (Fnrber, 1902) Max Blelman .... 1,600 

RUBENS, PETER PAUL. ' 

Madonna (McCosker) J. D. Wilson 1,900 

Madonna and Child (Furber, 1903) Mrs. J. N. M. Cardesa 360 

Virgin and Child (Furber, 1902) E. Pennington 650 

SAMARAN. U. M. 

Grandpa's Visit (Smith ft Story) 200 

Meditating the Answer (New York Art GaUeries, 1902) 175 

The Little Pet (Smith tc Story) 100 

SANCHEZ-PERRIER, EMILIO. 

Autumn (Furber, 1902) J. D. Comstock 400 

River Seine at Bezon (Furber, 1902) E. Hope Norton 580 

River Scene in Spain (Beacon Art Galleries) 550 

SANTORO, RUBENS. 

A Gray Day in Venice (Smith ft Story) 170 

Canal della Latte (New York Art Galleries. 1902) 295 

Canal Grecl, Venice (Sheldon, New York) 340 

Canal St. Marina (Flshel. Adler ft Schwartz) 170 

Canal Santa Marina. Venice (Prinz) Mrs. W. G. Carleton 000 

Canal St. Trovaso (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 166 

Canal Vestrin (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) 160 

Grand Canal Zatter^. Venice (Sheldon, New York) 2:W) 

Santa Maria della Salute, Venice (New York Art Galleries, March 17. 1902) 

B. Griffin 500 

SANTRY. DANIEL. 

Evening on the Littleton Road (Boston. April, 1903) 700 

SARTAIN. WILLIAM, A. N. A. 

Arab Girl, a Head (Weir) Paige.. 370 

SAUVAGE. P. 

Preparing Carrots (Flshel, Adler ft SchwarU) M. Martin 100 

SCAFFAI. 

Domestic Happiness (Wood ft Curtis) Harry Mayer ruM) 

SCHAAN, P. 

A Friendly Chat (Smith ft Story) 310 

A Pleasing Communication (Smith ft Story) - 315 

Lesson In Geography (Flshel. Adler ft Schwartz) Y. Fosdlck 140 

Relaxation (Sheldon. New York) M. L. Sire 100 

The Dominie's Pastime (Sheldon, New York) 106 

SCHENCK, AUGUSTE FREDERICK ALBERT. 

Mountain Goats (Sheldon, New York) Mrs. AlUn 2iX> 

Sheep In a Snow Storm, Auveme Mountains (New Y^ork Art Galleries, 1902).. fS^ 

Sheep In a Snow Storm (Sheldon. New York) 330 

Sheep In a Snow Storm (Smith ft Story) 210 

Sheep In a Snow Storm (Prlnz) C. McManos 1.350 

SCHLESINGER. FELIX. 

Children Feeding Rabbits (Flshel. Adler ft Schwartz) H. J. Brewer 195 

Hunt In the Nests (Constantlne) E. G. Wells 3O0 

In the Bam (MlUer) 105 

SCHOLZ, RICHARD. 

Legend of St. Genevieve (Wiley) 2.i4no 

SCHRAM. A. H. 

Venetian Idyl (Flshel. Adler ft Schwartz) r. S&ow 225 

SCHREIBER, CHARLES. 

Friendly Critics (Flshel, Adler ft Schwartz) J. C. McCatl 200 

The Rehearsal (Beacoa Art Galleries) s 575 

SCHREYER, ADOLF. 

An Arab Chieftain (Richardson ft HarrUnaa) XtVH) 

Arab Chief ami Escort (Sheldon, New York) 4.250 

Arab with Two Honje* (Hoag) J. L. WlUiamsoa j!5^ 

Arabian Camp (Furber. 1908) J. W. Herbert 4,r.00 

Arabian Hon»emeu's Halt at the Fottutaln vi^«»«^^ .Vathvoy N. Kra^ $^350 

BnlgartaB Provlalon Train tn Winter <lt«««l> B. 9. INwkUiHi «»,tt)C 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 91 

8CHREYER. ADOLF. 

Departure for the Fantasia (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) 

Rhelnhardt $1,400 

Rnulan Peasant Team in Storm (Cole) Stanley Gordon 460 

The Bomlng Stable (Reed) ... .Julius Oehme 1,000 

8CHROEDE7R, A. 

The Drinker (Flshel, Adler & Schwartx) 140 

The Smoker (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) W. H. Russell 120 

To Your Good Health (Constantine) 200 

The Recital ( Ashmead) 500 

SCHULZ, ADRIEN. 

Autumn in the Forest of Fontainebleau (Ck)n8tantine) 120 

On the Road to Harbison (Constantine) 110 

SEIGNAC, GDILLADME. 

L' Amour D6sarm§ (PrinK)....L. D. Goddard 025 

Le Murmure de la Source (Sheldon, New York) 1 ,000 

Le Murmure de la Source (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 850 

SEIGNAC, PAUL. 

Figures (Sheldon, New York)....C. StoUberg 150 

SELLE, CHRISTIAN. 

The Danish Prisoner (Knapp).... George G. McMurtry 165 

8ERGENT, LDCIEN PIERRE. 

In Ambush (Hoag) 280 

8HAYER, H. J. C. 

Netley Abbey (Hoag) 180 

8HURTLEFF, R. 31., N. A. 

August Morning (Smith & Story) Herbert J. Martin 100 

In the Adlrondacks (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries. February 20, 1903) 170 

In the Woods (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) Louis Et- 

linger 145 

SunUt Woods (Hoag) 330 

8IM0NIDY. 

Girl with Roses (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) S. Marshall 120 

SIMON ETTI, A. 

The Listener (Sheldon, New York).. Mrs. Tait 100 

8IM0NI, G. 

The Market (Fishel. Adler & Schwartz) S. Marshall 235 

Sorrento (Fishel. Adler & Schwartz) 190 

8MILLIE, GEORGE H., N. A. 

An Old Settler (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) W. G. 

Phillips 165 

Summer Clouds (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) P. McMahou 155 

SMITH, HENRY P. 

A Misty Morning (Smith, 1903) 117 

An Old Homestead in New England (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, October. 

1900) 100 

Ashore on the Jersey Coast (Smith, 1903) 122 

Evening Glow (Rohlfs) 130 

In a Hill Country at Sunset (Smith. 1903) 122 

In Delaware County, Catskills (H. P. Smith, 1902) Alfred Smith 410 

In Tow at Daybreak Off Jersey Coast (Smith, 1903) 145 

Last Gleam (Rohlfs) . . . . R. H. IngersoU 140 

Late Afternoon, Venice (H. P. Smith, 1002) Wm. Lewis 500 

Late Afternoon on the Old Farm (Smith, 1903) 100 

Lily Pond (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 125 

Morning After the Storm, Mid-Ocean (H. P. Smith, 1902) W. B. Hiscox.. 800 

Morning in Midsummer (Smith, 1903) Radlcy 160 

Morning, Lake Como (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901). .. .Robert 

C. Vose 126 

Morning, Guidecca Canal, Venice (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 

1903) 216 

Morning in Venice (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, January 10, 1901) 200 

Old Oaks, Late Afternoon (H. P. Smith, 1902) 160 

On the Lagoon, near Venice (Smith, 1903) 105 

Scene, East Lyme, Conn. (Rohlfs) 100 

September Days (H. P. Smith, 1902) 160 

Strong Gale on the Lee Shore (Constantine) 160 

Sunset After the Gale, Jersey Coast (Smith, 1903) ." 155 

The Lily Pond, Early Morning (Smith, 1903) Frederick Hasbrook 100 

The Mill Brook, Jordan, Conn. (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20. 

1903) E. C. Gregory 146 

The Old Homestead (Smith ft Story). .. .George Ainslle 105 

Tb« Old Oak (New York Art GaUerles, 1902) 170 



92 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

SMITH, HENRY P. 

Twilight (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) J. Treadwell 

Richards f 170 

Under the Old Oak (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) Graham 

Furber Blandy 176 

Venice (Browne & Ogllvle) W. B. Cutter 125 

Winter Gale on the Jersey Coast (Smith, 1903) 126 

SOHN, CARL. 

Interrupted Courtship (Richardson & Harrlman) 600 

SONNTAG, WILLIAM L., N. A. 

Morning In the Adiroudacks (Sheldon, New York) William Clausen 116 

STAMMEL, E. 

The Mendicant (Hoag) 136 

Visit to Art Gallery (Sheldon, New York) . . . .S. S. Laird -% 300 

STEINHEIL, ADOLPH CHARLES EDOUARD. 

Amateurs d'Estampes (Sheldon, New York) 640 

Llseur ft la Fenfitre, Louis XIII (Prinz) E. A. WUson 320 

STEVENS, ALFRED. 

A Morning Walk (Furber, 1902) G. S. Waller 1,200 

Spanish Lady (Furber, 1902) Max Blelman 410 

STIEPEVITCH, V. G. 

Consultation (Rohlfs) C. Colby 116 

During the Warm Hours (Rohlfs) A. T.' Reld 126 

TAFIIRI, A. 

Afternoon on Grand Canal (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) W. H. Russell...,. 146 

Narrow Canal (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) H. Parsons •. 165 

View of Grand Canal and Santa Maria della Salute (FIshel, Adler &. 

Schwartz) Mrs. Greenhut 190 

TAIT, A. F. 

A Break In the Wall (Rohlfs) R. H. Ingersoll 200 

At Home (with James M. Hart) (Constautine) 106 

TAMBURINI, A. 

A Fine Lot (Wood & Curtis) 476 

Chef of Monastery (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) H. G. D. Rohlfs 120 

Good Drop (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) 160 

In the Wine Cellar (Knapp) C. M. Atkins 125 

Louis XVI Going to Execution (Wood & Curtis) :i70 

The Best Vintage (Wood & Curtis) 215 

The Wine Tasters (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) V. de Cordova 125 

TENIERS, DAVID (the Younger). 

A Dutch Kitchen (Furber, 1902) Ernest Friedlander 680 

Scene In Holland (De Peyster) 100 

The Alchemist (Furber, 1903) V. Frelslnger 300 

TEN-KATE, HERMAN F. C. 

Entertaining an Artist (Miller) 400 

Wounded (Dean) S. S. Laird 177 

TEN-KATE, MARI. 

The Cock Fight (Hoag) 165 

The Inexperienced Fisherman (Sheldon, New York) David Welch 150 

The Young Artist (Sheldon, New York) .' 140 

TENRE, HENRY. 

Pets (Hoag) 270 

TEN OEVER, H. 

The Amorous Fisherman (Furber, 1903) 140 

TEE MEULEN, F. P. 

Sheep at Pasture (Jiew York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) J. H. Kinghen.. 560 

Sheep In Pasture (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) J. H. Young 320 

THAULOW, FRITZ. 

A Seine View (Antelo) 1,500 

A Waterfall In Norway (Sheldon, New York) 1,800 

Ambleteuse, Village in France (Richardson & Harrlman) 725 

Bridge at Oudenarde (Reed) J. Oehme 1,300 

Pittsburg Smoke (Ashmead) l.JKM) 

Port de ChrlstlanI (FIshel, Adler &, Schwartz) 800 

River Arques (Furber, 1902) Max Blelman 1,800 

Elver Arques (Furber, 1903) L. A. Lanthler 850 

The Bols in Winter (Hoag) George N. Turner 700 

The Pool (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) A. B. Ansbacher 690 

Venice (FIshel, Adler & Schwartz) F. Augustlni 580 

Venice (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) Ehelntaardt 1,500 

Washington Square (Beacon Art Q«llerlea) 1,100 



SUNDRY SALES OF PAINTINGS. 93 

THAYER, WILLIAM, SB. 

Dairy Farm (Bohlfs) f 100 

THOM, J. C. 

Driying Home Flock (Constantlne) George Thompson 100 

THOMPSON, HARRY. 

Autumn In Plcardy (New York Art Galleries, 1002) 375 

Return of the Shepherd (Sheldon, New York) 300 

THOMPSON, J., A. N. A. 

Sheep (Knapp) 100 

THOMPSON, WOODWORTH. 

Halt at the White Swan (McGulnnoss) 140 

TIFFANY, LOUIS C, N. A. 

Pilgrims at the WeU (Hoag) 136 

TSMMERMANS. 

Charge of the Eighth Battery (Wood & Curtis) J. Zimmerman 425 

Peasants' Joys (Wood & Curtis) J. Zimmerman 450 

Pont Marie (Fishel, Adler &. Schwartz) C. Fales 140 

TOJETTI, VIRGILIO. 

The Dancing Lesson (Field) 630 

(At Tyner sale brought $450.) 

TORRES, ANTONIO. 

Confidence (Smith & Story) • 245 

Ideal Head (Furber, 1003) J. L. Mitchell 175 

The Mkndolln Player (Furber, 1903) L. C. Krauthoff 190 

TORRINI P 

Capuchin Monks Visiting (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 205 

TOUDOUZE, EDOUARD. 

Maternal Tenderness (Prinz) .... Paul Luck 400 

Peaceful Slumbers (New York Art (Jalleries, 1902) 360 

TOURNIERES, ROBERT. 

Madame d'Eplnuy (Furber, 1903) J. Guttman 725 

TRACY, JOHN M. 

Setters (Constantine) . . . . T. 0. No§ 100 

TRATTI, A. 

Scene in Venice (Knapp).... D. M. Look 140 

TROUILLEBEBT, PAUL P. 

Landscape y (MuUoy) 145 

TBOYON, CONSTANT. 

In the Shadow of the Wood (Thomas Galleries) 2,800 

Landscape with Cattle ( Antelo) W. H. Dunwoody 20,000 

Lowland Pasture (lArt) J. F. Hitchcock 325 

Bepose (Thomas Galleries) 375 

The Mother (Thomas Galleries) 700 

TBUESDELL, G. S. 

Shepherd and Flock (Constantine) B. B. Constantine 100 

TYLEB, JAMES G. 

A Windy Night (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) B. H. Lan- 

don 110 

The Bed Flash (Bohlfs) J. W. Straus 100 

Under the Equator (McGulnness) 110 

UMBBIGHT, HONOBE. 

Hauling Wood in the Vosges Mountains (Prinz). .. .S. Ullman 385 

VAN BOSKEBCK, BOBEBT W., A. N. A. 

Landscape (Knapp) J. A. Ilctherington 150 

The Last Glow (Hoag) 180 

VAN DE EYKEN. 

Kittens in Mischief (Williams & Everett) 155 

VAN DEB EECKHOUT. 

Portrait of a Gentleman (Furber, 1902) George D. Pratt 476 

VAN DEB HELST, B. 

Count of Wallenstein (Furber, 1903) L. A. Lanthier 425 

Daughter of Admiral Kortnoert (Furber, 1003) 280 

VAN DEB OUDEBAA, P. 

The Meeting of Venetlous at the House of Petronius (From "Quo Vadis'*) 

(Sheldon, New York) M. Thomas 1,250 

Meeting of Venetious at the House of Petronius (Sheldon, Philadelphia) 1,060 

VAN DEB WEELE, H. 

Sheep (Furber, 1002) B. A. Shinken 600 



94 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

VAN LBBMPUTTEN, 0. 

Going to Pasture (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) H. G. D. Rohlfs f 126 

Landscape and Sheep (Smith & Story) George Turaer 100 

Shepherd and Flock (with D. Col) (Knapp) D. M. Look 360 

Sheep (Knapp) . . . . E. C. Anderson 110 

Wayside Chat (Miller) 185 

VAN LEEMPUTTEN, FRANZ. 

Going to Pasture (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 196 

On the Holland Heath (Sheldon, New York) M. L. Sire..* 220 

Returning Home (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) .... H. B. Brundrete 135 

Roadside Meeting (Flshel, Adler & Schwartz) H. D. G. Rohlfs 12S 

VAN LOO, JEAN BAPTISTE. 

Portrait of a Nobleman in Armor (Fnrber, 1903) Ed. Dayls 180 

VAN LOO, CARLE. ' 

Portrait of a Soldier (Furber, 1903) C. Devlne 170 

VAN MARCKE, EMILB. 

Cattle (Furber, 1902) T. Newbold :»70 

Cow in Pasture (Furber, 1002) G. W. Stems 326 

Cow Near a Fence (Beacon Art Galleries) 750 

Landscape and Cattle ( Ashmead) 1 .050 

Springtime (Hoag) 300 

VAN OSTADE. ADRIEN. 

An Interior (Furber, 1903) 130 

VASARRI, E. 

The Little Poet (New York Art Galleries. 1902) U 426 

VAUTIER, BENJAMIN. 

Auction Sale in Old Castle (New York Art GaUerles, 1902) L. H. SchQU.. 1.350 

VELTIN, WILLIAM. 

Before the Inn (New York Art GaUeries, 1902) 240 

VERBOECKHOVEN, EUGENE JOSEPH. 

Goats and Kids (Sheldon, New York) .. ..George H. Coatts 100 

Landscape and Sheep (Field) 450 

Sheep and Lambs (Richardson & Harrlman) l.SoO 

Sheep in Stable (Beacon Art Galleries) 525 

Sheep (Furber, 1902) M. E. Fitzsimmons 1,150 

Sheep (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 425 

Sheep, Interior (Reed) 825 

Sheep (Furber, 1902) D. B. Johnson l,«K)0 

VBRESTCHAGIN, VASSIU. (Collection sold in New York, November 26. 1902.) 

Awaiting Peace — Marshal Davout in the Monastery of Tchoudow — Return from 
the Palace of Petrowsky — The Hut in Gorodnia: Advance or Retreat? 
— Resting by Night — Napoleon in the Frost — Revenge: Hurrah! — In the 
Ouspensky Cathedral — The Partisans: Let Them Come — Bad News from 
France — A Sea of Fire — Peace at Any Price — Before Moscow: Awaiting 
the Deputation of the Boyars — Captured — Incendiaries — In the Kremlin: 
The Conflagration — Vive TEmpereur! — Taking of the Great Redoubt at 
Borodino — On the Great Road: The Retreat — Napoleon on the Heights of 

Borodino (Moscow) St. Petersburg Museum tOO.OOO 

A Deserter Examined by the Cavalry Officers of the Vanguard to Discover 

Whether He Is a Spy M. J. Williamson 1,700 

▲ Russian Interior 1,200 

An Old Jew ^ 170 

An Old Steward A. B. Fenton 1.250 

Battle at Zapote Bridge 6. A. Brander 2.100 

Battle Near Sauta Ana, Manila G. B. Hopkins 1,250 

Battle of San Juan — "Come On, Boys!" G. A. Brander 18.000 

Corner of the Morro Castle at Santiago Howard W. Bible 450 

Far from Home G. B. Hopkins 400 

General MacArthur and His Staff at the Battle of Caloocan. February 10, 

1809 G. A. Brander 560 

House in Vologda 100 

In the Crimea C. J. Cramer 325 

In the Crimea C. B. Rockwell 425 

In the Crimean Woods 350 

In the Transvaal C. R. Rockwell 1.260 

Jolly Good Fellows — Russian Men's Costumes of the XVIIth Century F. 

R. Proctor 700 

Military Road to Tiflis 100 

Mount Kazbek, in the Caucasus K. 0. Chisholm 2.500 

Mount Elbrooss, in the Caucasus H. W. Bible .' 1,300 

Principal Gate Leading to Morro Castle, Havana J. J. Cramer 275 

Russian Beggar 900 

San Juan Hill 275 

Sunlight in the Crimea 150 



SUNDRY SALES OP PAINTINGS. 95 

VBRESTCHAGIN, VASSILI. (Collection sold In New York, November 26, 1902.) 

The Dry Channel of the R^ver Jumna, India C. R. Rockwell $300 

The Insurgent Sp7....C. J. Cramer 2,750 

The Monastery of St. George, Late Evening 6. A. Brander 400 

The Road at Inkerman. . . .C. J. Cramer 25U 

The Rock of St. George C. R. Rockwell 426 

The Snows of the Himalayas 1,500 

The Temple of Diana . on the Cape, in the Morning — as it might have been 

3,000 years ago G. A. Brander 450 

U. S. Battery M. J. Williamson 175 

"You Are Hit, Sergeant?" "Yes, Sir" C. S. Morken 1,075 

VERHAS, JANS. 

C'est le Chat (Hart) 110 

VERNET, JOSEPH. 

Marine (De Peyster) J. Guttman 325 

VESIN, JAROSLAV. 

Winter Evening In Poland (Fishel, Adler & Schwarta) W. Hoffman 290 

VESTIER, ANTOINE. 

Young Girl with a Bird's Cage (Furber, 1903) A. Chalmers $350 

VIBERT, JEAN GEORGE. 

Anticipation (Hoag) 425 

Spanish Matador (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 22.'i 

WAINWRIGHT, THOMAS F. 

Landscape (Wiley) lO.'S 

WALKER, JOHN HANSON. 

Ideal Head (Furber, 1903) 300 

WASHINGTON, GEORGES. 

An Alarm in the Desert (Smith & Story) 100 

Fantasia (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 175 

Horses Drinking (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 175 

WATSON, R. 

Glencoe, Scotland (Constantlne) .... George E. Frederick, Jr 110 

On the Grampians (Constantlne) .... William . Slieser, Jr 100 

WEBER, ALFRED. 

Contentment (New York Art Galleries, 1902) 146 

The Cardinal's Recreation (Sheldon, New York) 185 

WEBER, THEODORE. 

High Tide at Treport (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) E. C. 

Rockwell 310 

High Tide at Treport (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) 220 

WEBER. WESLEY. 

Moonlight (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) Franklin Haines. IGO 

WEBER. 

Fishermen at Calais (Wood & Curtis) 320 

WEENIX, JAN. 

Still Life (Mulloy) 8:J6 

WEIL, J. H. 

Picnic Party (Weir) Symonds 400 

WEISS, GEORGE. 

Alpine Tourists (Sheldon, New York) 420 

Repose (Sheldon, New York) H. Taylor 105 

The Alpine Travelers (Smith & Story) 435 

WEISSE, R. 

Arabian Caf6 (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) J. Caldwell 160 

WEISZ, A. 

Mandolin Player (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) . . . . C. Paterson 325 

WEST. WALTER. 

Driving (Furber, 1903) .' 230 

WESTERBECK, C. 

Returning Home (Knapp) .... Samuel G. Bayne 105 

WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL. 

A Woman in Grey (Cole) 360 

WIGGINS, CARLETON, A. N. A. 

Cattle in the Marsh (Rohlfs) R. N. Voorhees 100 

Cow and Landscape (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) David McCoskcr 100 

Landscape and Cattle (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) 126 

Midsummer (Rohlfs) Dr. C. F. Ash 136 

Near Westhampton (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901)....E. 

Bums 140 

Pasture by the Sea (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) C. 

Graham Bacon 105 

The Coming Storm (Fifth Avenne Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 190 



96 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

WILLEMS, FLORENT. 

Good News (Kuapp) George Thompson fl57 

WILLIAMS, J. H. 

•Twas at Trafalgar Bay (Fischel, Adier & Schwartz) 340 

WILSON, RICHARD, R. A. 

Scene in Cornwall (Thomas Galleries) 900 

WORMS, JULES. 

Conversation (Fishel, Adler & Schwartz) George Thompson 260 

Danse Flamende (Prinz) E. McMlllln 1,100 

Girls of Seville (Sheldon, New York) 875 

The Priest's Visit (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) Eheinhardt.. 610 

WYANT. ALEXANDER H., N. A. 

A Grey Day (Prinz) E. McMillln 050 

Approaching Storm in the Adirondacks (Field) 825 

Irish Landscape (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 1903) Edward 

Pennington 190 

Keeue Valley (McGulnness) E. H. Curtis 425 

New England Scenery (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 7, 1901) 

Byron A. Cohen 40O 

Solitude (New York Art Galleries, 1902) Wm. Clausen 310 

Stony Brook Valley, CfltskiUs (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 19, 

1903) 180 

The Red House (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 20, 1903) Louis 

Etlinger 280 

View in the Adirondacks (Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, February 8, 1901) 

A. B. Hepburn COO 

ZIEM, FELIX. 

A Venetian Scene (Beacon Art Galleries) 676 

F6te Day in Venice (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) J. Wasser- 

man 600 

Grand Canal in Venice (Thomas GalleriesV 2,000 

(Jrand Canal (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) K. O. Chisholm.. 2,800 

(Jrund Canal, Pont du Rlalto, Venice (Sheldon, New York) 4,200 

Grand Canal, Pont du Rialto, Venice (Sheldon, Philadelphia)... 3,900 

Qua! St. Jean at Marseilles (Hoag) E. Blumenstiel 2,000 

Rialto Bridge, Grand Canal, Venice (New York Art Galleries, 1902) W. H. 

Burgess 4,000 

Sunset on the Grand Canal (New York Art Galleries, March 17, 1902) 

Rhelnhardt 6,200 

Venice (Furber, 1902) W. II. Knight 876 

Venice (Knapp) W. T. Barney 470 

Venice (Cole) W. S. Hazon 825 

Venice at Night (Furber, 1902) L. A. Lanthier 690 

Venice (Richardson & Harriman) 900 

ZIER, EDUARD. 

Study (Furber, 1903) 175 

Study of a Head (Furber, 1003) A. Montgomery 176 





PORTRAIT OF MRS. MORA. 
By F, Luis Mora. 

1 UrdBl, Amerlcin Art Soeirty of PblladpLph 



SOME SALES OF ART OBJECTS 

HELD AT THE 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, NEW YORK, 1900-1903. 

Benguiat, Vitall, February 12, 1901. textiles sold for $94,003; March 5-8, 
1902, textiles, 1,036 numbers, sold for $61,023.50. 

Burritt, A. Melrose, March 25 and 26, 1903; collection of 277 pieces of 
antique Chinese porcelains and old blue china. 

Clarke, Thomas B., March 14-16, 1901; Chinese art objects, 601 numbers 
sold for $57,395. 

De Morgan, Henry, March 14-16, 1901; Greek glass and other art objects, 
435 numbers sold for $24,06S. 

Halsted, Richard H., March 14, 1903; antique Chinese porcelain, 120 pieces 
sold for $32,000. 

Herts, Messrs. H. B., & Sons, April 10 and following days; furniture, 
tapestries, art objects, etc., sold for $85,054. 

Keleklan, Dirkan, April 15-18, 1903; art objects sold for $33,560. 

King-Fuller, March 10 and 11, 1903; art objects sold for $21,431. 

Kobayashi, Bunshichi, January 7 and 8, 1902; Japanese prints sold for 
$3,678.75. 

Lyall, David C, February 11, 1903; 234 art objects sold for $7,666.90. 

Mari6, Peter, April 6-8, 1903; collection of art objects, books and paint- 
ings, sold for $71,593.25. 

Marquand, Henry G., January 23-31, 1903; 93 paintings brought $197,070 
(see page 43); 97 prints brought $19,246 (see page 105); 648 lots 
of books brought $13,588.75; 1,379 art objects and rugs brought $476,- 
115, making a total of $706,019.75. 

Matsuki, Bunkio, 'January 16-18, 1903; old Japanese carvings sold for 
$18,770.50. 

West, Prof. Charles E., March 25-30, 1901; collection of prints, paintings, 
drawings, curios, etc.; 1,390 numbers sold for $44,767. (See prints, 
page 109.) 



SOME SALES OF PRINTS, 1900-1903. 



[NOTB. — Where the ensrayer is the most Important the sale hat been kept as a 
whole and arranged alphabetically according to engraver. Sales that are starred are 
grouped together under the headings "Americana" and "Dramatic," where thej are ar- 
ranged alphabetically according to subjects, each subject according to engraver, each en- 
graver according to sale. Entries are confined to prints sold for $2S and over, with a few 
exceptions; sale and catalogue number are in parentheses, followed by name of buyer when it 
could be ascertained. Tha following abbreviations have been used: A. P. for Artist's 
Proof; I. P. for Print on India Paper; J. P. for Proof on Japan Paper; L. P. for Lettered 
Print; Lith. for Lithograph; Mez. for Mezzotint; P. B. L. for Proof Before Lettering; 
R«m. P. on V. for Remarque Print on Vellum; S. for State; T. P. for Trial Proof.] 

AMERICANA (page 113). 

Burritt, A. Melrose. — American Art Association, March 26, 1903; collec- 
tion of 126 etchings and prints sold for $15,949. (See page 99.) 

♦Clark, Dr. Charles E. — C. F. Libbie & Co., Boston, January 15-17, 1901; 
collection of American portraiture, comprising 2,061 pieces, including 
autogi^aph letters, documents and books. 

♦Davis & Harvey. — Book Auction Rooms, Philadelphia, December 19, 1902; 
collection of 255 engravings of American historical portraits and 
scenes and colored caricatures. 

♦Donaldson, Thomas, and Cushing, Henry S. (Estates of). — Davis & 
Harvey, Philadelphia, March 14 and 15, 1902; collection of engraved 
American portraits and views. 

DRAMATIC (page 119.) 

♦French, Frederick W. — C. F. Libbie & Co., Boston, May 10, 1901; col- 
lection of 499 etchings and mezzotints. 

♦Gilsey, Peter (Estate of). — John Anderson, Jr., New York, January 20-23, 
1903; collection of 3,061 drawings, engraved portraits, views, etc., in- 
cluding autograph letters, photos, etc. 

Hall, Thomas William (Estate of). — Book Auction Rooms of Davis & 
Harvey, Philadelphia, April 24 and 25, 1902; collection of 400 en- 
gravings and etchings. (See page 101.) 

Mari6, Peter (Estate of). — ^American Art Galleries, New York, April 18, 
1903; collection of 352 paintings, engravings and photographs. (See 
page 104.) 

Marqu'and, Henry G. (Estate of). — American Art Galleries, New York, 
January 28 and 29, 1903; collection of 108 engravings in mezzotinto, 
stipple and line, and etchings, sold for a total of $19,173.50. (See 
page 105.) 

♦McKee, Thomas J. (Estate of). — John Anderson, Jr., New York, Feb- 
ruary 17 and 18, 1902; collection of 6,799 Uterary and dramatic illus- 
trations. 

♦Waterston, Rev. R. C. (Estate of). — C. F. Libbie & Co., Boston, November 
26, 1901; collection of 454 Washington and Revolutionary portraits 
and views. 

West, Prof. Charles E. (Estate of). — American Art Association, New York, 
March 25-29, 1901; collection of etchings, engravings and other 
prints. (See page 109.) 

♦Whitmore, William H. (Estate of).— C. F. Libbie & Co., Boston, No- 
vember 11-14, 1902; collection of 191 engravings, lithographs, etc. 



SOME SALES OF PRINTS, 1900-1903. 99 

A. MELROSE BURRITT. 
The following is a list of the prints sold for $25 and over: 

CI«AUDE, OELRE DE LORRAINE. 

280. Le Bouvler. — (Robert-Dumesnil, No. 8.) Ist S. before the number. 

....F. Keppel & Co $440 

DAUTREY, LUCIEN. 

281. La Glaneuse. — ^After the painting by Jules Breton. (Beraldl. Vol. V, 

page 137.) Rem. P. on V. Signed by both painter and etcher. 
Stlttman 47 

GRAVESANDE, CHARLES STORM VAN. 

287. Entree de Forfit. Environs de Kelhelm.— (Rice, No. 26.) I. P. Un- 
signed EUlngwood 42 

294. Moulin au Bord du Gein, Pr«s Abcoude. — (Rice, No. 46.) I. P. Un- 

Blgued Louis Stern 66 

286. Moulin au Bord du Gein, Prfes Abcoude. — (Rice, No. 184.) The dry- 
point. Signed A. P. on V H. Wunderllch & Co 200 

297. The Cathedral of Dordrecht. — (Rice, continuation, 254.) Signed A. P. 

on Whatman paper.... T. F. Manning 47 

HADEN. SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

298. Kensington Gardens.— The Small Plate. (Drake, No. 12.) 1st S. 

F. Keppel & Co 180 

299. Kensington Gardens.— The Small Plate. (Drake, No. 12.) 2d S. On thin 

J. P J. 0. Wright & Co 36 

800. Mytton Hall.— (Drake, No. 13.) Trial proof A. on J. P F. Keppel & 

Co 200 

301. Mytton Hall.— (Drake, No. 13) Ist S. On J. P F. Keppel & Co 95 

302. Bgham.— (Drake, No. 14.) Ist S. On laid paper Scholle 250 

803. Egham Lock. — (Drake, No. 16.) 1st S. On laid paper.... F. Keppel & 

Co 30 

804. Fulham. — (Drake, No. 18.) T. P. between A. and B. Undescrlbed by 

Drake or Koehler, with one poplar in outline only 60 

806. Fulham. — (Drake, No. 18.) Trial proof B EUlngwood 35 

806. On the Test.- (Drake, No. 10.) T. P. between A. and B. Undescrlbed 

by Drake and Koehler. On J. P 115 

307. On the Test. — (Drake, No. 19.) 1st S. On J. P. .. .Offerman 40 

308. A Water Meadow. — (Drake, No. 20.) 1st S. On Creswlck paper 32 

309. The Mouth of a Brook.— (Drake, No. 26.) Trial proof B. on laid paper. 

F. Keppel & Co 276 

810. The Mouth of a Brook. — (Drake, No. 25.) Trial proof C F. Keppel & 

Co 350 

811. Kensington Gardens. — The Larger Plate. (Drake, No. 26.) Trial proof 

A F. Keppel & Co 200 

812. Kensington Gardens. — The Larger Plate. (Drake, No. 26.) Ist S. On 

J. P H. W-underllch & Co 40 

313. A By-road in Tippers ry. — (Drake, No. 28.) Trial proof A. on J. P. 

F. Keppel & Co 370 

814. A By-road In Tlpperary. — (Drake, No. 28.) 1st S. On laid paper. 

F. Keppel & Co 160 

316. Combe Bottom. — (Drake, No. 29.) T. P. between B. and C. on J. P. 

H. Wunderllch &. Co 95 

816. Combe Bottom. — (Drake, No. 29.) Trial proof C. on J. P F. Keppel & 

Co 240 

817. Shere Mill Pond.— A Small Study. (Drake, No. 34.) Trial proof C. Sig- 

nature in dry-point. On laid paper Pierre Lorillacd 116 

818. Shere Mill Pond.— The Large Plate. (Drake, No. 36.) On J. P F. Kep- 

pel & Co 826 

819. Dundrum River. — (Drake, No. 42.) Trial proof B. The Two Asses. — 

(Drake, No. 43.) Trial proof A., according to Drake, but Incorrectly 
described by him Dayton 46 

820. A Sunset in Ireland. — (Drake, No. 44.) Trial proof C. on J. P F. Kep- 

pel & Co 260 

821. A Sunset in Ireland. — (Drake, No. 44.) 1st S. On J. P H. Wunder- 

llch & Co 180 

822. Battersea Reach. — (Drake, No. 46.) 1st S. On J. P 86 

323. Whistler's House, Old Chelsea.— (Drake, No. 47.) Trial proof C '60 

824. A River in Ireland.— (Drake, No. 82.) 1st S. On laid paper F. Kep- 
pel & Co 675 

325. A River In Ireland. — (Drake, No. 82.) 1st S. On old J. P Scholle.. 576 

826. A River In Ireland. — (Drake, No. 82.) 2d S. On J. P F. Keppel & 

Co 360 

827. Erith Marshes. — (Drake, No. 102.) T. P. before 1st S. Dedication 

proof 56 

828. Mount's Bay. — (Drake, No. 114.) Trial proof A . .40 



100 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

HADEN, SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

329. The Three Sisters.— (Drake, No. 116.) Ist S Pierre Lorlllard $35 

330. Breaking up of the Agamemnon. — (Drake, No. 128.) Trial proof A. 

Pierre Lorlllard 280 

331. Breaking up of the Agamemnon.^(Drake, No. 128.) Ist S H. Wun- 

derllch & Co 150 

332. An Essex Farm.— (Drake, No. 138; Koehler, No. 375) 70 

333. Calais Pier.— After Turner. (Drake, No. 140.) Trial proof D. on What- 

man paper H. Wunderllch & Co 810 

334. Challow Farm.— (Drake, No. 158; Koehler, No. 434.) Ist S 60 

336. A River In Lancashire. — (Drake, continuation. No. 191.) 1st S. On 

Whatman paper 80 

JACQUE, CHARLES. 

336. La Bergerle.— (GuiflTrey, No. 161; Beraldi, No. 161, Vol. VIII, Page 186.) 

A. P. Signature of both artist and printer IF. Keppel & Co 810 

337. La Bergerle B(^arnai8e. — Interieur de Bergerle. (GuifTrey, continuation, 

No. 246; Beraldi, No. 445.) 1st finished S. Signed A. P 70 

338. Interieur de Bergerle. — (Gulffrey, continuation of Catalogue of Dry-points, 

No. 60; Beraldi, No. 447.) Trial proof E. Signed A. P 50 

JONGKIND, JOIIANN BARTHOLD. 

340. Sortie du Port de Honfleur.— (Beraldi, No. 13.) P. B. L. on I. P 26 

LALANNE, MAXIME. 

341. Rue des Marmousets. Vlenx Paris. — (Beraldi, No. 1.) Ist published S. 

Cottier & Co 95 

345. Vue Prise du Pont Saint-Michel. Le Pont-Neuf et le Louvre. — (Beraldi, 

No. 8.) On J. P 89 

MEISSONIER, ERNEST. 

351. Le Grand Fumeur. — (Beraldi, No. 13.) Only S. On I. P Stern 70 

MERYON, CHARLES. 

353. Le Petit Pont. — (Wedmore, No. 8.) 2d S. C. M. In upper comer. 

Printed on green paper 240 

354. Le Tour de I'Horloge. — (Wedmore, No. 12.) 1st S. C. M. in upper 

corner. Printed on green paper. .. .Scholle 210 

355. Tourelle, Rue de la Tix^randerie. — (Wedmore, No. 13) Proof earlier 

than 1st S. described by Wedmore. On old paper.... F. Keppel & Co. ISO 

356. Le Pont Neuf. — (Wedmore, No. 17.) 2d S. On green paper Putnam. 260 

357. Le Pont au Change. — (Wedmore, No. 18.) P. B. L. on green paper. 

Dows 490 

858. L'Abside de Notre Dame de Paris. — (Wedmore, No. 22.) 2d S. Inscrip- 
tion and date H. Wunderllch & Co 710 

MILLET, JEAN FRANCOIS. 

359. The Gleaners. — (Le Bmn, No. 13.) 1st S. Before the address of Delfttre. 

On I. P F. Keppel & Co 100 

360. Two Men Digging.— (Le Bmn, NV>. 14.) 8d S. On I. P. Without Millet's 

sicnatiiro 100 

361. The Wool Carder. — (Le Bmn, No. 16.) Only S. Old Dutch paper P. 

Keppel & Co 200 

362. Peasants Going to Work,— (Le Brun, No. 20.) 2d S. With signature, 

but before address of Delfttre. . . .Thomas 146 

PAX.MER, SAMUEL. 

364. The Early Ploughman. — Signed A. P. Marked "finished state" Scholle. 80 

366. The Herdsman.— Signed A. P. on 1. P 62 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. 

368. The Repose in Egypt; A Night Scene.— (Ch. Blanc, No. 30.) 2d S., before 

the head of the ass F. Keppel &, Co 25 

360. Christ Disputing with the Doctors.— (Ch. Blavc, No. .35.) Only S 35 

370. Christ Among the Doctors.— (Ch. Blanc. No. 36.) 2d S 86 

371. Uytenbogaert, the Gold Weigher.— (Ch. Blanc, No. 189.) 3d S. Plate 

retouched by Captain Baillie. Half inch margin all around. On 
"thick, spurious India paper" M 

372. Study for the Great Jewish Bride,— (Ch. Blanc, No. 239.) 2d S 80 

373. Landscape, with a Thatched Cottage and a Hay Bam.-^(Ch. Blanc, No. 

327.) Only S Benjamin 220 

874. The Mill.— (Ch. -Blanc, No. 333.) Only S H. Wonderllch & Co 100 

376. Jesus Christ Preaching.- (Ch. Blanc, No. 39.) 1st S 300 

376. L'OSuvre Grav§ de Rembrandt.— Ist S. 1.000 Phototypes. 3 Vols. Folio 

and 1 Vol. Text ^*^ 

TISSOT. JAMES J. ... « . . ., 

382. October.— (Beraldi, No. 26.) Signed A. P. on hand made paper. Printed 

by artist and bears hit red stamp. . . .Stern W 

VAN OSTADE, ADRIAAN. ^^ 

883. Les Pecheurs.- (Fauchenx, Ko. 28.) 8d » w> 

WHISTLER, JAMES A. McNEILL. , « ,, . ^ 
386. The Unsafe Tenement.— (Wedmore, No. 7.) 2d S. On J. P. Unsigned 
• : : ....Benjamin ^ 



A. MELROSE BURRITT SALE OF PRINTS. loi 

WHISTLER, JAMES A. McNEILL. 

387. The Kitchen.— (Wedmore, No. 10.) Ist S. On I. P. Printed by artist 

and signed with his signature F. Keppel & Co f 260 

888. The Kitchen.— (Wedmore, No. 19.) Ist S. On old J. P. Unsigned 

.... Elliugwoud 230 

889. The Kitchen.— (Wedmore, No. 19.) 2d S. Printed by artist and signed 

with his signature .... Benjamin ISO 

890. Tyzac, W'hlteley & Co. (Eagle Wharf).— (Wedmore, No. 39.) Only S. 

On thin J. P. Printed by artist and signed with bis signature Man- 
ning 76 

391. The Lime-Burner. — (Wedmore, No. 44.) Only S. On laid paper. Un- 
signed H. Wunderlich & Co 145 

892. Becquet (The Fiddler).— (Wedmore, No. 48.) Only S. On thin J. P. 

Unsigned 60 

393. The Forge.— (Wedmore, No. 63.) 2d S. On thin J. P. .Signed with 

Whistler's signature Scholle 160 

894. The Forge. — (Wedmore, No. 63.) 2d S. On laid paper. Unsigned 

C. W. Kraushaar 70 

89e. Weary. — (Wedmore, No. 83.) Only S. Signed In pencil, "Whistler"; 

«.nd with artist's signature. Printed by Whistler Scholle 380 

897. Battersea Bridge. — (Wedmore, No. 141.) Trial P. Printed by Whistler 

and signed with his signature H. Wunderlich & Co 270 

398. Nocturne. — (Wedmore, No. 150.) Trial P. Printed and signed by Whis- 

tler. On old, laid paper C. L. Freer 200 

399. The Doorway. — (Wedmore, No. 154.) First Impression from the plate. 

Signed by artist with his signature F. Keppel & Co 140 

* THOMAS WILLIAM HALL (Estate). 
The following is a list of the prints sold for $25 and over: 

BANKEL. JOHANNES. 

6. Castor and Pollux Carrying Off Phoebe and Elalra, Daughter of Leu- 
dppus. — After the painting by Peter Paul Rubens. Line. P. B. L. 
on I. P. Folio $46 

BEBVIC. CHARLES CLEMENT. 

16. The Education of Achilles. — After the painting by J. B. Reynault. 

(Andresen, No. 3; Apell, N'o. 2.) 1st S. P. B. L 47 

BLANCHARD, AUGUSTS THOMAS MARIE. 

18. The Descent from the Cross. — After painting by Rubens. (Apell, No. 2.) 

Line. Rem. P. Eleventh Impression 80 

BLOOTELING, ABRAHAM. 

19. Hleronymus van Bevemlngk, Ambassador to London. — After painting by 

Maes. (Andresen, No. 12.) Mez. Folio. 1st S. B. L J. 0. 

Wright & Co 26 

DEBAINES, ALFRED LOUIS BRUNET. 

50. Chill October. — After painting by Mlllals. A. P. signed by painter and 

etcher. Folio F. E. Marshall S5 

61. At Eventide There Shall be Light. — After painting by B. W. Leader. 

A. P. signed by painter and etcher. Folio 80 

52. The Burial of Wllkie.— After painting by J. M. W. Turner. 2d S. 

Signed A. P. Folio 27 

DBSNOYERS. A. G. L. BOUCHER. 

57. La Vlerge de la Malson d'Albe. — After painting by Raphael. (Andresen, 

No. 9; Apell, No. 9.) Line. 2d S. With monogram stamp of 
engraver. Folio 42 

58. Napoleon the Great in Coronation Robes. — After painting by F. Gerard. 

(Andresen, No. 28; Apell, No. 40.) Line. 2d S. With stamp of 
imperial eagle. Folio 100 

59. Bellsarlus. — After painting by F. G6rard. (Andresen, N'o. 22; Apell, No. 

25.) Line. A. P. With stamp. Folio ;^ 100 

DICKSEE, HERBERT. 

61. Roused. — Signed A. P. Folio 34 

DBEVET, PETER (the Younger). 

71. Adrienne le Couvreur In the Character of Cornelia. — After painting by 

Charles Coypel. (Andresen, No. 23.) Line. 2d S., before the "e" 

in "modele." Folio 46 

72. Gnlllaumo, Cardinal du Bois, Archbishop of Cambray. — After painting 

by H. Rigaud. (Andresen, No. 12.) Line. Folio J. 0. Wright 

& Co 81 

DURER, ALBRECHT. 

88, The Prodigal Son. — (Bartsch, No. 28; Andresen, No. 10) 120 

89. St. Jerome In His Cell, 1514. — (Bartsch, No. 60; Andresen, No. 22.) 

H. Wunderlich & Co 290 



102 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

DURER. ALBRECHT. 

90. Idleness; or. The Dream. — (Bartsch, No. 76) $35 

92. The Caralier and the Lady. — ('Bartsch, No. 94.) 25 

93. The Great Horse. — (Bartsch, No. 97.) 40 

94. Christ Presented to the People by Pilate. — (Bartsch, No. 9; Andresen* 

No. 40.) Wood cut F. W. Morris 4T 

98. The Warrior on Horseback Followed by a Halberdier. — (Bartsch, No. 

131.) Wood cut 25 

BABLOM, RICHARD. 

106. Flower Piece. — After painting by Van Huysum. (Andresen, No. 41.) 

Mez. Folio 26 

EDELINCK, GERARD. 

106. Philip de Champagne. — After P. de Champagne. (Andresen, No. 18; 

R. D., No. 164.) Line. 2d S 88 

109. Martinus V'anden Baugart. — After H. Rigaod. (Andresen, No. 20; R. D., 

Ko. 162.) Line. FoUo 26 

rORSTER, FRANCOIS. 

120. La Yierge, an Bas-relief. — ^After Leonardo da VincL (Andresen, No. 2; 
Apell, No. 1.) Line. P. 6. L. With Forster's stamp. Impression 
No. 101. Large foUo 80 

FRANCOIS, ALPHONSE. 

126. Marie Antoinette Learlng the Tribunal. — After Paul Delaroche. (Andre- 
sen, No. 5; Apell, No. 7.) Line. 1st S. P. B. L. on I. P F. W. 

Morris 35 

GAILLARD, CLAUDE FERDINAND. 

130. St. George and the Dragon. — After RaphaeL Signed A. P. on I. P.^ Folio. 45 

GELEE, FRANCOIS ANTOINE. 

134. Daphne and Chloe. — After L. Hersent. (Andresen, No. 2; Apell, No. 4.) 

Line. Ist S. A. P. FoUo 69 

GILBERT, ACHILLE. 

135. Foraging Party. — ^After Rosa Bonheur. Etching. A. Rem. P. Signed 

by painter and etcher. Large folio 65 

136. On the Alert. — After Rosa Bonheur. A. Rem. P. Signed by both 

painter and etcher. Large folio F. E. Marshall 4T 

13T. The Young Prince. — ^After Rosa Bonheur. A. P. B. Rem. Signed by 

painter and etcher 29 

60LTZIUS, HENDRIK. 

139. The Great Dog of Goltxius with the Son of the Painter Frislns. — (An- 
dresen, No. 32; Bartsch, No. 179.) Line K. Miller 81 

GRAVESANDE. CHARLES STORM VAN. 

143. An Bord du Gein, prte d'Abcoude. — (HammertOD, No. 135.) Signed A. P. 

on V 140 

GREEN. VALENTINE. 

145. Miss Hunter.—After B. F. Calbe. Mes. 1st S. B. L. FoUo J, O. 

Wright & Co 35 

HADEN. SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

148. Sunset in Ireland. 1863.— Signed A. P. Folio 130 

149. Fulham on the Thames. — Signed A. P. Folio J. O. Wright & Co 26 

HAIG. AXEL H. 

151. Westminster Abbey. View from St. Edmund's ChapeL — Signed A. P. 

Large foUo 37 

153. Westminster Abbey. North Chancel Aisle. — Signed A. P. Large folio 40 

15S. Mont St. Michel.— Signed \. P. Largv folio H. WunderUch & Co 190 

159. SeviUe Cathedral. La Giralda.— signed A. P. Larg« folio 70 

161. Alcaur at Segoria. — Signed .\^ P. Large folio 30 

162. Magdalen College, Oxford.— Signed A. P. Large folio *. 32 

165. Interior of the Cathedral of Upsala.— Signed A. P. Lai^re folio 37 

167. Moorish Archway, Toledo.— Slgiwd A. P. Folio 65 

168. In the Arab Quarter. Cairo. — Signed A. P. LanfN' folio 35 

171. Waiting for the Ferry, Lubeck.— signed A, P. Large folio 27 

HOOVENTJEN, THOMAS. 

186. A Morning ShaTe, — SIgiMd A. Rem. P. oa J. P 29 

JACQUK, FREDERICK. 

188. Le Retour. — After C Ja«t|a^ A. Rom. P. Signed by itatnter aad etcher. 

Large folio F. R. MarsbaU. 42 

JACQCET, JULES, 

1S9. Caralry Chargo, Rattle of FHedUi^ i;«»T.— After MoUwonter. A, P. 

on J. P, Siinied by painter ai»«l e^f4»of . t'atige folio 140 

190, ISU.— Aftt^r Mel«*»>nl%^r. Signed A. P. \av(c<' f^Nlio F. K. Marshall 66 

JESI, SAMURLR. 

191. Pope tjeo X, wUh the CaMllnaU do M<«^k>t attd ^ RamiI. — After RafilMieL 

(Andresen, N»v S>) Uttes. Rom. P. Xmk^ folio 80 



THOMAS WILLIAM HALL (ESTATE) SALE OF PRINTS. 103 

KOEPPINO, C. 

194. Monkacsy and his Wife In his Studio. — After Munkacsy. A. Rem. P. on 

parchment. Signed by painter and etcher f28 

LAW, DAVID. 

204. Ellen's Isle. — Signed A. Rem. P. Folio B. Sillier 40 

LONGHI, GIUSEPPE. 

213. Eugene de Beauhamais. — (Andresen, No. 18; Apell, No. 36.) Line. 

P. B. L 36 

LUCAS, JOHN. 

216. Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Tyndal. — After John Lucas. Mez. Folio.. 28 

MANDEL, JOHN AUGUST EDWARD. 

217. La Madonna di San Sisto. — After Raphael. (Apell, No. 6.) Line. Open- 

letter P. on I. P. Large folio 80 

218. La Madonna colle Stelle. — After Carlo Dolci. (Andresen, No. 20; Apell, 

No. 11.) Line. 2d S. B. L. and border. P. on I. P. Large folio. 120 

219. La Madonna della Sedia. — After Raphael. (Andresen, No. 18; Apell, 

No. 3.) Line. T. P., with the white flUet on the Agnus Dei of 

St. John. Folio 200 

222. La Bella di Titiano.— After Titian. (Andresen, No. 10; ApeU, No. 38.) 

Line. P. B. L. Folio * 26 

MANFELDT, B. 

223. Heidelberg Castle Court. — Open-letter P. on I. P. Elephant folio 36 

224. Bathaus at Cologne. — Open-letter P. on I. P. Elephant folio 36 

MASSARD, JEAN BAPTISTE RAPHAEL URBAIN. 

231. Homer, the Blind Poet, Led by a Youth. — After Gerard. (Andresen, No. 

6.) Line. Open-letter P. Folio 26 

MASSON, ANTOINE. 

234. Guillaume de Brisasier, Secretary to the Queen. — (Andresen, No. 7; 

R. D., No. 15.) Line. 2d S. Folio 86 

236. Comte d'Harcourt. — After Mignard. (Andresen, No. 6; R. D., No. 34.) 

Line. 2d S. With Pig. 4. Folio 81 

McARDELL. JAMES. 

240. Portrait of Pine, the Engraver. — Mes. P. B. L. Folio.... J. O. Wright 

& Co 83 

MERYON, CHARLES. 

241. La Morgue. — Etching. Folio 42 

MULLER, CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH VON. 

252. La Madonna di San Sisto. — After Raphael. (Andresen, No. 5; Apell, 

No. 3. ) 4th S., before the retouch. Large folio 45 

NANTEUIL, ROBERT. 

256. Pomponne de Mellierre. President of Parliament. — After Q. Le Brun. 

(Andresen, No. 6; R. D., No. 37.) Line. 2d S. Folio 89 

258. William Egon, Prince of Furstenberg. — (Andresen, No. 20; R. D., No. 

100.) Line. FoUo 35 

NORDHEIM. JOHN GEORGE. 

259. La Madonna di San Sisto. — After Raphael. (Andresen, No. 1; Apell, 

No. 1.) Line. P. B. L., with stamp of E. Arnold, Dresden. Large 

folio 110 

PETHER, WILLIAM. 

271. The Standard Bearer. — After Rembrandt. Mes. Proof, before the inscrip- 
tion, with artists' names etched in. Folio 86 

PIGEOT. FRANCOIS (and Lacour). 

274. Le Manage HoUandals. — After G. Don. (Andresen, No. 7; Apell, No. 2.) 

Line. P. on I. P 51 

PONTIUS, PAUL. 

280H- Rubens, with the Hat. — ^After Rubens. (Andresen, No. 18.) Line. 

Folio 55 

REMBRANTKT VAN RYN, PAUL. 

293. The Mill.— (Bl.. No. 333; B., No. 238; CI., No. 230; W., No. 230; A., 

No. 38. ) 35 

206. The Death of the Blessed Virgin.— (B., No. 99; Bl., No. 70; CI., N\). 102; 

W., No. 104.) 2d S. Folio 85 

808. Adoration of the Shepherds. — (Bl., No. 19; B., No. 46; CI., No. 65; W., 

No. 50.) 5th S 26 

ROUSSEAU, E. 

311. Marie, Marquise de S6vign6. — After NanteulL Line. P. on I. P. Folio.. 81 

SCHMIDT, GEORGE FREDERICK. 

318. Jewish Bride. — After and in the style of Rembrandt. (Andresen, No. 

68; J., No. 130.) Ist S 26 

819. Father of the Jewish Cride. — After and in the style of Rembrandt. 

(Andresen, No. 67; Jacobi, No. 129.) 1st S 26 



104 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

8CHULTHEISS, ALBBECHT F. 

823. Rembrandt and Saakim. — After Rembrandt. Etching. Signed A. Rem. P. 

Folio $3» 

SHARP, WILLIAM. 

325. Doctors of the Cbarch Dlspatlng About the Dogma of the Immacalate 
Conception. — After Guido Renl. (Andresen, Xo. 9; Apell, No. 6.) 
Line. 2d S., P. B. L. Coat of arms only. Folio 90 

827. Dr. John Hunter. — After Sir Joshua Reynolds. (Andresen, No. 31; 

Apell, No. 3«.) Line. P. B. L. Folio 26 

STRANGE, SIR ROBERT. 

331. Henrietta Maria, Qaeen of England, with Her Children, the Prince of 
Wales and the Duke of York. — After Van Dyck. (Andresen, No. 40; 
Apell, No. 48; Bl., No. 48.) Line. P. B. L 40 

TOSCHI, PAOLO. 

341. The Descent from the Cross. — After Volterra. (Andresen, No. 6.) Line. 
T. P., with square white space on the arm of the cross, and before 
cleansing the plate. Signed and Inscribed 160 

VISSCHER, CORNELIUS. 

345. GoUius de Buuma. — (Andresen, No. 4; W., No. S.) Line. 2d S. Folio.. 32 

348. The Rat Catcher.— (Andresen, No. 39; W., No. 160.) Line. 4th S. Folio. 36 

VISSCHER, LAMBERT. 

350. Jan and Cornelias de Witt, with Scene of Murder. — (Andresen, No.' 15; 

W., No. 20.) Line. Folio 29 

WALTNER, CHARLES. 

365. Portrait of an Old Lady. — After Rembrandt. Etching. Signed A. Rem. 

P. on parchment. Tenth impression. Large folio 51 

366. Rembrandt. — After Rembrandt. Etching. Signed A. P. on Holland 

paper. Folio 62 

367. Lady Camden. — After Sir Joshua Reynolds. Etching. Signed A. P. on 

parchment. Folio 41 

WATSON, THOMAS. 

374. Amelia. Countess of Ossory. — After Sir Peter LeIj. Mex. Folic J. O. 

Wright & Co 31 

WHISTLER, JAMES McNEILL. 

376. Black Lion Wharf.— 1S59 26 

377. The Llmebumers.— 1859 30 

37^. Wapplug.— 1660 37 

379. Hurllngham J. O. Wright & Co...-. 25 

380. Becket, the Violinist 32 

381. The Uttle Mast 29 

WILLE. JOHN* GEORGE. 

395. Louis Phebpe'sux, Comte de Saint Florentln. — After L. Tocque. (Andre- 
sen, No. 34; ApeU, No. &I; BL, No. 124.) Line. 5th S. FoUo 29 

PETER MARIE (Estate). 
The following is a list of the prints sold for $25 and over: 

BARTOLOZZI, FRANCESCO. 

969. Paulus .£mllius. — After Angelica Kauffman. Printed In colors Hewitt. $75 

973. Beauclerk, The Daughters of Lady Diana, drawn by herself. 178U. — 

Oblong large quarto 60 

983. The Guardian Angels and Silence. — Both printed In colors 43 

904. The Birth of Shakespeare and Shakespeare's Tomb. — After Angelica Kauff- 
man. Printed in re<L FoUo (2) 35 

BEAUVARLET. 

1019. Pair of Old Flench Engravings. — After Boucher. P. B. L. Folio (2) 60 

BETTELINI. 

1010. Picturesque Amusement. — After Angelica Kauffman. Printed In colors. 

Hewitt 41 

BOUTIER, AUG. 

1022. Egyptian Water Carrier. — After BouTler. Colored Llth Wm. Dyett.. 35 

BURKE, THOMAS. 

1025. Portrait <f Angelica Kauffman, as Design listening to Poetry. — After 

AnK<>l.ea Kauffman. OraL Printed in colors F. M. ThierioC 60 

CAQUET. 

1137. L' Innocence en Danger. — After LaTerelnc*. Folio 27 

COLLYER. J., AND J. TIDD. 

1030. From Ballad of the Children in tb« Wood.— After T. Stotbard. 1786. 

OTaL Printed in colors F. M. Thierlwt 31 



PETER MARIE (ESTATE) SALE OF PRINTS. 105 

DELATTRE. T. M. 

1036. Dido Invoking the Gods before Mounting the Funeral Pile. — After An- 
gelica Kauff man. Color print $37 

1041. Penelope Weeping over the Bow of Ulyssea. — After Angelica Kauffman. 

Folio. Color print F. M. Thieriot 37 

DB LATJNAY, N. 

1097. Lea Haaards Heureux de I'Escarpolettes. — After Jean Honors Fragonard. 

Folio 90 

1136. Le Billet Doux.— After Laverelnce. Folio IL Wunderlich & Co 42 

FRANCOIS, JULES. 

1201. Napoleon Bonaparte. — After painting by Delaroche. P. B. L. On I. P. 

Folio E. F. Bonaventure 27 

HOGG, JAMES. 

1117. Count de Belemlre. — After Rigaud. Printed in colors 31 

JANINET. 

1122. L' Amour. — After Fragonard. Oval. Printed in colors. P. B. L E. F. 

Bonaventure 25 

KEATING. 

1123. Children Playing at Soldiers. — After Morland. Printed in colors 90 

LEFORT, HENRI. 

1100. Benjamin Franltlin. — After Duplessis. Published by Grolier Club Max 

Williams 35 

MELIN. 

1061. — Les Enfants du Prince de Turenne. — After painting by Drouais. P. B. L. 

Oblong folio H. Wunderlich & Co 28 

MORLAND, GEORGE. 

1040. Lady with Nurse and Children. — Large quarto. Color print F. M. 

Thieriot 55 

ROSASPINA, FRANCESCO. 

1247. Festeggiamento degll Amori, per la rapita Proserpina. — After F. Albanl. 

Oval 40 

SCHIAVONETTI, N., JR. 

1036. Cries of London— * 'New Mackrel, New Mackrel."— After painting by F. 

Wheatley. Color print. Folio H. Wunderlich & Co 170 

8IM0NET. 

1002. La Solr^ des Tuileries. — After Baudouin. P. B. L. Folio H. Wunder- 
lich & Co 61 

SMITH, J. R. 

1042. The Tavern Door. — After Morland. Color print, published January 1, 

1789. FoUo 110 

STANIER, R. 

1301. All that of Love can be Expressed, etc.— After F. Wheatley. 1788. Oval. 

Printed In brown. Oblong small folio 27 

VOYEZ. 

1001. Le Chemin de la Fortune. — After Baudouin. Folio F. M. Thieriot 28 

WARD, W. 

1033. The Citizen's Retreat. — After painting by I. Ward. 'Color print F. M. 

Thieriot 77 

WARD, WILLIAM. 

1296. The Disaster.— After F. Wheatley. Met. Published July 26. 1789. 

(Chaloner Smith, p. 1487.) Max Williams 47 

1297. Lucy of Leinster.— After Ward 60 

HENRY G. MARQUAND (Estate). 
Complete catalogue of io8 engravings and etchings. 

ANNEDOUCHE, ALFRED. 

1445. Les Tr^sors d'une M^re. — Line engr. After painting by A. Jourdan. 

(Beraldi, No. 19.) Open letter P. On I. P $40 

APPLETON, THONf AS G. 

1407. Elizabeth, Countess of Mexborough. — Mez. After painting by John Hopp- 

ner. Signed A. P 40 

1408. Countess of Mansfleld. — After painting by Geo. Romney. Signed A. P.. 57 

ARAUJO, JOAQUIN. 

1449. Don Balthasar CArlos (Son of Philip IV. of Spain). — Etching. After 
painting by Velasquez. Signed A. P. On J. P. Also signed by 
printer 37 



ro6 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

BAKTULOZZI, FRANCESCO. 

1439. Miiut Offy c;>vatklii as "Simplicity- "—Stipple engr. After painting by 

Sir Joabutt Reynolds. Open letter P. Printed In brown Cottier 

& Co $220 

1440. Loulaa Hammond. — Stipple engr. After Angelica Kauffman. Printed in 

red Cottier & Co 115 

BRUNET-DEBAINES, A. 

1449A. Pastorale.— Etching. After painting by Corot. Signed A. P. On J. P. 60 

BURGER, JOHANNES. 

1440. The Veatal. — Line engr. After painting by Angelica Kauffman. (Apell, 

No. 9.) P. B. L 00 

BURKE, TIIOM.\S. 

1442. The Duchess of Richmond. — Stipple engr. Printed in color. After draw- 
ing by John Downman. Open letter P.'. ..S. P. Shotter 310 

COUSINS, SAMUEL. 

1400. Penelope Boothby. — Mes. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. P. on 

I. V 60 

1410. Moretta: A Venetian Girl. — Mex. After painting by Sir Frederick Leigh- 

ton, P. R. A. P. signed by painter and engraver 70 

DEAN, JOHN'. 

1411. Mary. Lady Cadogan. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S.. No. 3, page 160.) 2d S., with inscription E. Flschhof 95 

DICKINSON. WILLIAM. 

1412. Dlunu, Uuly Crosble. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 14. page 176.) 2d S., with Inscription E. Flschhof 1,076 

1413. Euillltt, Du('hi'8s of Lelnster. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S.. No. 43. page 186.) 1st S., B. L M. Knoedler & Co 135 

1414. Rkhurd Oliver.— Mez. After painting by Robert Pine. (C. S., No. 56, 

pugo 190.) 2d S., with inscription 25 

1415. Lady I'harles Spencer. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 77, page 198.) 2d S., with inscription E. Flschhof 410 

1416. Richard, Earl Temple. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 82, page 199.) 2d S., B. L B. Flschhof 110 

1417. Richard, Earl Temple. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 82.) 1st S E. Flschhof 65 

DIXON. JOHN. 

1418. William, Duke of liCinster. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 22, page 212.) Very early state, undescrlbed by Chaloner 

.Smith H. W'underllch & Co 230 

KARLO.M, RICHARD. 

1441. George Augustus Eliot, Lord Heathfleld. — Stipple engr. After painting 

by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Proof with names of painter and engraver, 

coat of arms and publication line, but before all other lettering 42 

FLAMENG. LEOPOLD. 

1449B. Gr(»lU>r at the House of Aldus. — Etching. After painting by Francois 

Klumong. Signed by painter and etcher 42 

FOLO, PIETRO. 

1447. Thv Descent from the Cross. — Line engr. After painting by Danlele da 

Vikltcrra. Open letter P. . . . Mrs. Andrews 25 

(iREEN. VALENTINE. 

1419. Louisa, Countess of Aylesford. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua 

RoyiioUls. tC. S., No. 4, page 534.) 2d S., with inscription. 

M. Kumnller & Co 310 

1420. Lady Ellzal>eth Delm^ and Children. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua 

Reyu(»lds. (C. S.. No. 35, page 648.) 2d S.. with name of publisher 

and date H. Wunderllch & Co 1.240 

HADEN, SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

U5<». Tho Br.aklug Up of the Agamemnon. — (Drake, No. 128.) Etching. 

Ist S. On Whatman paper. Unsigned H. Wunderllch & Co 160 

14:»l. Cttlals Pier. — Klihlng. After painting by J. M. W. Turner. (Drake, 

No. 140.) 2d S. Signed A. P. on Whatman paper M. Knoedler 

k. Co 270 

IIAIG, AXEL HERMAN. , 

UoIC. V« sp»r». — Etching. Signed A. P. on Whatman paper H. Wunderllch 

it Co 180 

U^ilD. liit.ri..r of Toledo Cathedral. — Etching. Signed A. P. on Whatman 

papt-r 180 

l4olE. Interior of Burgos Cathedral. — Etching. Signed A. P. on Whatman 

pai>t»r F. Keppel 9t Co S25 

U51F. E\tcrl(»r of Burgos Cathedral. — Etching. Signed A. P. on Whatman 

paper King .' SOO 



MARQUAND {ESTATE) SALE OF PRINTS. 107 

HRNRIQUBI^DUPONT. LOUIS PIERRE. 

14&1G. The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine. — ^Etching. After painting by 

Corregglo. (Beraldi, No. 93.) Signed P. B. L. on I. P J. H. 

Rboades $120 

HERKOMER, HUBERT. 

1451 A. Girl with Flowers.— Original dry-point. (Op. XIII, 1878.) Signed A. P. 

HOLE, WILLIAM. 

1451B. Mill on the Tare. — Etching. After painting by "Old Crome." Signed 

A. P. on J. P Roder 100 

HODGES, CHARLES HOWARD. 

1421. Mrs. Williams Hope. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. 8., No. 18, page 632.) P. B. L M. Knoedler & Co 3S0 

JASINSKI, FELIX. 

1452. The Golden Stairs. — Etching. After painting by Sir Edward Bume- 

Jones. A. P. on Y. Signed by painter and etcher M. Knoedler 

& Co 35 

1453. The Birth of Venas. — Etching. After painting by Botticelli. Signed 

Rem. P. on V 13 

1454. Madonna and Child, with the Infant St. John. — Etching. After paint- 

ing by Botticelli, in Louvre. Signed Rem. P. on V 26 

1465. Madonna and Child, with the Infant St. John. — Etching. After paint- 

ing by Botticelli, in Louvre. P. on V. Unsigned ; 8 

KOEPPING, CHARLES. 

1455A. Portrait of an Old Man. — Etching. After parting by Rembrandt. Signed 

A. P. on J. P 226 

KRATKE, LOUIS. 

1466. Salisbury Meadows. — Etching. After painting by John Constable. Rem. 

P. on V 66 

LAGUILLERMIE, FREDERIC-AUGUSTE. 

1467. Beatrix de Cusance, Ducbesse de Lorraine. — Etching. After painting by 

Van Dyck. Signed A. P. on parchment 226 

LBFORT, HENRI. 

1458. Benjamin Franklin at the Age of 73. — Etching. After painting by Joseph 

S. Duplessis. Rem. P. on J. P M. Knoedler & Co 67 

1468. Benjamin Franklin. — Etching. After painting by Duplessis. Rem. P. 

on J. P H. Wunderllch & Co 46 

LEVY, GUSTAVE. 

1448. La Belle Jardiniere. — Line engr. After painting by Raphael. (Beraldl, 

No. 9.) P. B. L. on I. P 16 

LHUILLIER, VICTOR-GUSTAVE. 

1460. Dry as a Limekiln. — Etching. After painting by Seymour Lucas. 

A. P. on J. P. Signed by both painter and etcher 13 

MacARDELL. JAMES. 

1422. George, Duke of Buckingham, and his Brother Francis. — Mez. After 

painting by Van Dyck. (C. S., No. 33, page 847.) 3d S 106 

1423. Robert Monckton, Governor of New York. — Mez. After painting by 

Thomas Hudson. (C. S., No. 130, page 882.) 2d S J. O. Wright 

& Co 60 

1424. Lady Caroline Russell. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 160, page 893.) Ist S., B. L H. Wunderllch & Co 726 

1426. Maria, Countess Waldegrave. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reyn- 
olds. (C. S., No. 184, page 902.) 8d S Mrs. Andrews 136 

MACBETH, ROBERT W. 

1461. A Rainy Day at Cookham. — Etching. After water color by Frederick 

Walker. Signed A. P. on J. P 27 

1462. The Fishmonger's Shop. — Etching. After water color by Frederick 

Walker. Signed A. P. on J. P M. Knoedler & Co 80 

1463. The Mushroom Gatherers. — Etching. After sketch in oils by Frederick 

Walker. Signed A. P. on J. P M. Knoedler & Co 82 

14e4. The Plough. — Etching. After painting by Frederick Walker. Signed A. 

P. on J. P 62 

1465. The Harvest Moon. — Etching. After painting by George Mason. T. P. 

before lit published S. Signed by etcher, and bears words 3d S. 
written In pencil on margin.... H. Wunderllch & Co 76 

1466. The Harbour of Refuge. — Etching. After painting by Frederick Walker. 

Signed A. P 62 

1467. Portrait of Alonso Cano. — Etching. After painting by Velasquez. Signed 

A. P. on V M. Knoedler & Co 62 

1468. The Surrender of Breda. — Etching. After painting by Velasquez. Signed 

A. P. on J. P., laid into hand made paper M. Knoedler & Co 62 

1469. The Tapestry Weavers. — Etching. After painting by Velasquez. Signed 

A. P. on J. P., laid Into hand made paper 90 

1470. St. Margaret. — Etching. After painting by Titian. Signed A. P. on 

V M. Knoedler & Co 80 



io8 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

MACBETH, ROBERT W. 

1471. Bacchus and Arladno. — Etching. After painting by Titian. Signed A. P. 

on J. P., laid on Wrigley's $90 

1471A. The (Jardon of Lovo.— Etching. After painting by Titian. Signed A. P. 

on J. P 0. Bishop 66 

RAEBURN. H. MACBETH. 

1472. Portrait of a Gentloman. — Etching. After painting by Van Dyck. Signed 

A. P. on V M. KnotHllcr & Co 32 

RAJON. PAUL. 

1473. The Rt^der, Seated, His Head Resting Upon His Hand.— Etching. After 

l>aiutiug by Moissonlor. (Beraldi, No. 8.) Ist finished S. t)efore 
all letters, before plate was cut, and before names of painter and 
engraver were taken out M. Knoedler & Co 81 

1474. The Flemish Smokor. — Etching. After painting by Melssonler. (Beraldi, 

No. 12. ) Ist S. on J. P M. Knoedler & Co 44 

1475. The PiHir Student.— Etching. After painting by Stelnhell fils. (Beraldi. 

No. 2;i.> P. iH^fore title 37 

1476. The Flowor Girl.— Etching. After painting by Mnrillo. (Beraldi, No. ©3.) 

SlgmM A. P. on J. P J. H. Rboades 15 

1477. Woman Holding a Pitcher. — Etching. After painting by Goya. (Beraldi, 

NA>. 117.) P. B. L....J. H. Rboades 20 

147S. Portrait of Herr Joseph Joachim. — Etching. After painting by G. F. 
Watts. (Beraldi, No. 15d.) A. P. Signed by both painter and 
etcher 17 

REMBRANDT VAN RVN. 

1479. Abraham ami Isaac. — Etching. (Ch. Blanc, No. 5: Claassln, No. 39; 

Bartsch, No. a4; Wll*ui. No> 3S-> Only S. Signed and dated 1645 40 

14Ji^V Abrahams Sacrltlco.— Etching, iCh. Blanc, No. 6: Claossin, No. 36; 

Hartjich. No. S5; Wilson, No. S9.) Only & Slgnv<l and dated 1656. 

F. Kep|>el & Co 65 

1451. The FUjjht into Egypt— The Holy Family Crossing a RilL— Etching. (Ch- 

Blanc, N\v 2S; Claustsin. N<v 5SI; Bartscb, No. 55; WUmw, No. 60.) 

Only S. Signed ami dat<^ l«54 35 

1452. Je«w* Christ l>eachlng,— Etching. <Cb. Blanc, No. S»: Claossin, No, 71; 

Bartsch, Ntv 67: Wll«nw, N^v 71. > First S-, before the retoodi by 

Pierre NorWln U Stym 100 

14SR. Clentent de J^MVghtv — Etching. iCh. Blanc. No. l!W; Claiutsin. No. 269; 
Hartsch. N^v 27:2: Wtl^ion. No. 274. > 5th & ^^igw^ and dated 1651 
M. Km^Mler & IV 46 

14$4. Jan I Aitma.— Etching, (i"^. Blanc, No. IS2: Clamtsin. No, 273; Bartucli. 
No. 276: WU*.>n, NX 27S,) 2d S, NazDcs of Lntma and Rembrandt, 
and date 1<»6 M. Knoedler A Co 190 

14S5, TytenN^iraert— .\ l>xnch Minister,— Etching, lO*, Rlaijc, No. 1«0: Clav*- 
sln. No. 27^: fUrtsdu No. 27»: WUskv*, Na. 2S^> ♦th S. Sigraed and 
datr^ 1<>S5 *7 

14J!>6. Rembmndt. with a Scarf AroatMl W« Neck, — Ktchhig. <Ob. Blaitc, Xo. 
22i»: Olamtsjvu No, 17: Rart*»c4i, No. 17: Wilnon. No. 37.4 MS. 
Si^rnod a»»d daty«4 1<«W -57 

I4.<t7, OM Man witl» a l^ai^^ Bc«M. Lifting >»1« Hat»d t*» bts Oa?*, — Stealing. 
<i^. Blaijc, No. 2<?S: ClaiwMix. No. SWl: BarmcK No. 2»: WQ««i, 
No. iJAV ^ 2d i^, before the retwoch » 

14SS. TW 0>*eJ it*.— retching. (i">». W«t»Cs No. jaS; Olamtfdn, No. 224: Bart*c^ 

No. 227; Wil*.M>, No. ^4. > 24 S . . . F. Kef»jv.l * Oo 200 

14?*. lvATMlf>eA|«o. wit>» a "vVw l>TlnkiTig— 4R?r<^h}Tng. (OJv. RUttc. No. ^SS7i da«»- 

«(}», No »i«: «^nnc^ No. 3S7; Wi>*on, No. 2Jl*,\ 24 5i S6 

»fts«:N^T«AU ax^k:rt. 

l4i»A. A)ev*v>^r JUYftiUfrtR. -4Krto'htn<r. After |iati»rtiig >»r itihti TrmnJinlL 

^igw^i »AWt. r. on J. P. No *fi. >PC J. C M. Knoedler it Co.. 25 

14*1. Th<«ma4) Jfoirer*o»». 4!nv»>iit^. XtTr^r fiatnting V f:i7hen ^rnaTt. Slfmed 

IRom. r. on ;i. r. -No. .<»<V ^. ,3 C." M. Vnoodler * Co 45 

1*K. The >»o»j«» <.^ tire Vhatw* - ->»o*. Xf«>r |«anirti^ l*y ;i. "M. W. TUmw. 

^Ir»»e4 X. f. ;Strrte4 hv ^f*rt»>tof W 

I4ft2. Noon An the 5tnj'4or ^,oe. -^rtohfnjr. ;^l|rmyi .N. T 17 

14l>Ji. >r»o«^^aft fit X#mtwi1 >ln<ih<A X4rli»»«n*wv*n ^ llwj'ter. -Rtehlng. After 
r*ftt»»HTig h^ V>at»» l^aV Strnwi l^lorh. V on 0. P .. lH. Knoedler 

* O-o »7 

14^ X 1iMr4rnft from l^otn^i-. J^PTtehfnc Xftor iMifntInt h> xlma-Tadema. 

^ttrrto^ AT oil ,"». t*. \o. 4 of fmn proofs printed toy eteh«r. 

^ T Sh/>rro\ *• 

fWTTTR. ,YOiq\ flWf^KtfX,. 

142S >lr«i t'^in^n^v -Ve* Xf^or pDfntfng tn ?»fr .Imhwa 1{*A»noldi« fC. *-. No. 

Jil. T»N!e 1-tt^.\ 4th ^.. ^'ft^ hi»me uml i»d«!N«wi of fwMhiher . . C4%ttk*t 

•ft Oo l.JHW 



MARQUAND (ESTATE) SALE OF PRINTS. 109 

SMITH. JOHN RAPHAEL. 

1429. Lady Catherine Pelham Clinton. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua 

Reynolds. (C. S., No. 43, page 1259.) 2d S., with inscription E. 

Flschhof $560 

1430. The Honorable Mrs. Stanhope. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reyn- 

olds. (C. S., No. 158, page 1304.) Ist S., with inscription in scratched 

letters M. Knoedler &, Co 775 

TISSOT. JAMES J. 

1496. Histolre Ennuyense. — (Beraldi, No. 25.) Original dry-point. Signed A. 

P. on J. P. Printed by artist and bearing his red stamp M. 

Knoedler & Co 45 

1496. October. — (Beraldi, No. 26.) Original dry-point. Signed A. P. on hand 

made paper. Printed by artist and bearing his red stamp.. M. Knoed- 
ler A, Co 90 

TOMKINS, PELTRO WILLIAM. 

1443. Mrs. Siddons. — Stipple engr. printed in color. After drawing by John 

Downman. Open letter proof S. P. Shotter 525 

TURNER, CHARLES. 

1431. The Penn Family. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Pub- 

lished by C. Turner, December 25, 1819 M. Knoedler & Co 650 

WALTNER, CHARLES. 

1497. Mrs. Braddyl. — Etching. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Signed 

A. P C. Glucksman 100 

1498. Lady Camden. — Etching. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. (Ber- 

aldi, No. 107. ) Signed A. P. on V M. Knoedler & Co 155 

1499. The Night Watch. — Etching. After painting by Rembrandt. (Beraldi, 

No. 116.) Open letter proof on J. P., laid into hand made paper 195 

WARD, JAMES. 

1432. Mrs. Billington as St. Cecilia. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua 

Reynolds. (C. S., No. 5, page 1441.) 3d S., with inscription 860 

WATSON, CAROLINE. 

1444. Lady Elizabeth Foster (Duchess of Devonshire). — Stipple engr. printed In 

color. After drawing by John Downman. Open letter proof S. P. 

Shotter 600 

WATSON, CHARLES J. 

1499A. Lincoln.— Signed A. P 66 

WATSON, JAMES. 

1433. Catherine Bunbury. — Mez. After {minting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. (C. 

S., No. 18, page 1495.) Ist S., B. L M. Knoedler & Co 360 

1434. Barbara, Countess of Coventry. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua 

Reynolds. (C. 8., No. 36, page 1602.) 1st S.) B. L H. Wunder- 

llch & Co 950 

1435. Anne, Duchess of Cumberland. — ^Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reyn- 

olds. (C. S., No. 37, page 1502.) 2d S.. with date 476 

1436. Samuel Johnson. — Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. (C. 8., 

No. 82, page 1517. ) Ist S., B. L M. Knoedler ft Co 100 

1437. James Paine, Architect, and James Paine, Jr. — Mez. After painting by 

Sir Joshua Reynolds. (C. S., No. Ill, page 1528.) 2d S., with 
inscription CO 

WATSON THOMAS. 

1438. Maria, Lady Broughton. — ^Mez. After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

(C. S., No. 8, page 1554.) 1st S., B. L H. Wunderllch ft Co 600 

WHISTLER, JAMES A. McNEILL. 

1600. Pierrot, Amsterdam. — Etching. (Wedmore, No. 264.) Printed by artUt 

and signed with his signature F. Keppel ftCk) 90 

1001. Bridge, Amsterdam. — Etching. (Wedmore, No. 267.) Printed by artist 

and signed with his signature F. Keppel ft Co 100 

ZORN, ANDERS L. 

1502. Mile. X.— Signed A. P L. Stem 80 

PROF. CHARLES E. WEST (Estatc). 

The following is a list of the etchings and engravings sold for $25 and 
over: 

ANONYMOUS. 

4. Niello. — Original plate and an impression printed from it E. F. 

Bonaventure $130 

BURKE, THOMAS. 

60. The Graces Decorating a Statue with Garlands. — ^After Angelica Kauff* 

man. Printed in red 62 



no AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

CHAMPOLLION, E. 

644. Choosing the Model. — After painting by Fortuny. On J. P. Artists' 

names traced with needle '. $82 

DURGR ALifiEiRT 

103. St. Eustace (or St. Hubert).— (Bartsch, No. 57; Heller, No. 727; Retberg, 

No. 127. ) Engr. , an original Impression 31 

104. St. Jerome in His Cell. — (Bartsch, No. 60; Heller, No. 756; Retberg, No. 

208.) H. Wundtrlich & Co 00 

105. The Carrying Off of Amymone. — (Bartsch, No. 71; Heller, No. 801; Ret- 

berg, No. 125.) An original Impression. Large margins 85 

108. The Lady on Horseback and Her Squire.— (Bartsch, No. 82; Heller, No. 

991; Retberg, No. 20.) 70 

109. The Little Horse.- (Bartsch, No. 96; Heller, No. 1,000; Retberg, No. 

85. ) Original Impression 66 

110. The Knight, Death and the Devil.- (Bartsch, No. 98; Heller, No. 1,013; 

Retberg, No. 203. ) Max Williams 100 

FORTUNY, MARIANO. 

837. Arabe Veillant le Corps de Son Ami. — (Beraldl, No. 1) 27 

839. A Beggar, Seated. — Original drawing, pen and inlc 25 

GREEN, VALENTINE. 

149. General George Washington. — From painting by J. Trumbull. Open letter 

proof E. F. Bonaventure 136 

HADEN, SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

678. The Lovers' Walk.— (Drake, No. 63.) Ist S. Signed A. P F. Keppel 

& Co 36 

681. Yacht Tavern, Erith.— (Drake, No. 101.) T. P., No. a. Signed A. P. on 

heavy J. P F. Keppel & Co 58 

586. The Breaking Up of the Agamemnon. — (Drake, No. 128.) T. P. between 

B. and C. Undescribed by Drake. Signed A. P. Also, counterfeit of 

above, etched by Barry 166 

607. Breaking Up of the Agamemnon. — (Drake, supplement, No. 188.) Signed 

A. P. Impression of the etching before plate was mezzotinted. 

F. Keppel & Co 75 

687. Sawloy Abbey.— (Drake, No. 131.) 2d S. Signed A. P F. Keppel & 

Co 26 

589. Calais Pier. — After painting by Turner. (Drake, No. 140.) T. P., No. c. 

Signed A. P • 26 

694. The Cabin.— (Drake, No. 153.) Signed A. P 26 

696. Wareham Bridge.— (Drake, No. 159.) Signed A. P 60 

602. The Willows.— (Drake, No. 164.)— T. P., No. a. Signed A. P 20 

605. Windsor. — (Drake, No. 183.) 1st S. Signed A. P. Also signed counter- 

proof of a portion of an undescribed T. P. of Windsor 205 

606. Greenwich. — (Drake; No. 184.) 2d S. Signed A. P F. Keppel & Co. . 66 

608. A Lancashire River. — (Drake, supplement, No. 191. ) 120 

609. Encombe Woods. — (Drake, supplement. No. 192.) Signed A. P F. Kep- 

pel & Co 27 

• 611. Etudes a I'Eau-fortP. — Set of 30 etchings, complete 1,000 

840. Shere Mill Pond.— 1st S. Signed A. P. on J. P 880 

841. Calais Pier.— Trial proof C. Signed A. P 375 

HENRIQUEL-DUPONT, LOUIS PIERRE. 

169. The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine. — After painting by Corregglo. 

Signed A. P. B. L 86 

LUCAS VAN LEYDEN. 

192. Abraham and the Three Angels. — (Bartsch, No. 15.) 40 

194. The Two Elders Perceiving Susannah at the Bath. — (Bartsch, No. 88.) 

Original impression 60 

MANDEL, JOHANN AUGUST EDUARD. 

200. The Madonna of the Chair. — After painting by Raphael. A. P. on I. P. 

Engraver's name and date 1865 traced 67 

MERYON, CHARLES. 

624. L'Abslde de Notre Dame de Paris. — (Burty, No. 62; Wedmore, No. 22.) 

On I. P J. Sabln 81 

MULLER, JOHANN FRIEDRICH WILHELM. 

856. Madonna di San SIsto. — After painting by Raphael. Ist S. A. P. B. L. . 860 

PARRISH, STEPHEN-. 

857. Fishermen's Houses, Cape Ann. — Signed A. P 81 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. 

285. The Repose in Egypt. — In outline. (Ch. Blanc, No. 31; Bartsch, No. 68; 

Claussln, No. 62; Wilson, No. 63.) J. 0. Wright & Co » 

807. Portrait of Rembrandt, with a Round Hat and an Embroidered Mantle. — 

(Ch. Blanc, No. 211; Bartsch, No. 7; Claussln, No. 7; Wilson, No. 7.) 

9th S F. Keppel & Co 82 

867. Ecce Homo.— (Ch. Blanc, No. 62; Bartsch, No. 77; Clausaln, No. 82; 

Wilson, No. 82.) Not earUer than the 3d S 62 



WEST (ESTATE) SALE OF PRINTS. in 

REMBRANDT VAN RYN. 

S68. The Three CroMes. — (Ch. Clanc, No. 63; Bartsch, No. 78; Clausgin, No. 

81; Wilson, No. 81.) 3d S ftlO 

870. Christ Healing the Sick. — (The Hundred Guilders Print.) (Ch. Blanc, 

No. 49; Bartsch, No. 74; Claussin, No. 78; Wilson, No. 78.) 3d S., 
according to Ch. Blanc; 2d S., according to Bartsch 010 

SCHONGAUER. MARTIN. 

342. The Nativity.--( Bartsch, No. 4.) Max Williams 42 

843. Going to Marlcet. — (Bartsch, No. 88.) Original Impression 85 

SEYMOUR, SAMUEL. 

871. View of the City of New York In 1803.— After painting by William Birch. 

J. 0. Wright & Co 45 

SHARP, WILLIAM. 

351. Diogenes in Search of an Honest Man. — After painting by Salvator Rosa. 

SMILLIE, JAMES. 

359. The Voyage of Life: (a) Childhood; (b) Youth; (c) Manhood; (d) Old 

Age. — After painting by Thomas Cole. P. B. L. on I. P 31 

SMITH, JOHN RAPHAEL. 

362. Portraits of Francesco BartolozzI, Agostino Carllni and G. B. Cipriani. — 

After painting by Giovanni Rlgaud 25 

STRANGE, SIR ROBERT. 

408. King Charles I, Standing, and the Duke of Hamilton. — After painting by 

Van Dyck. (Le Blanc, No. 45.) 44 

TI&SOT, JAMES J. 

878. October.— Signed A. P. of dry-point. With stamp of the artist 100 

879. The Emigrant.— The smaller plate. Signed A. P 82 

TOSCHI. PAOLO. 

442. Madonna della Scala. — After fresco bj' Corrcggio. Artists' names only 

traced with needle F. Keppel & Co.... 70 

880. Group of Cherubs and Angela. — After Corregglo's fresco. Rem. P. on 

I. P 75 

881. Group of Cherubs and Angels, One Having a Violin. — After Corregglo's 

fresco. Rem. P. on I. P 80 

TURNER, CHARLES. 

449. Portrait of a Lady Standing by a Vase of Flowers. — After painting by 

Monier. P. B. L 86 

WHISTLER, JAMES A. McNEILL. 

630. The Lime Burner. — (Wedmore, No. 44) 77 

631. Becquet. "The Fiddler."— (Wedmore. No. 48.) On heavy J. P 47 

632. Annie Haden, Standing. — (Wedmore, No. 57.) H. Wunderlich & Co... 110 

800. The Forge. — (Wedmore, No. 63.) Dry-point on thin J. P 160 

SUNDRY ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 

The name of sale and catalogue number are given in parentheses, fol- 
lowed by buyer. 

BARTOLOZZI, F. 

Lesbia. — After painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Published London, 1788. 
Printed in sepia. 1st S., before title. (French, No. 8.) H. Wun- 
derlich & Co $21 

The Return of the Huntsmen. — After Wheatley. Stipple, printed In colors. 

(Davis & Harvey, No. 187.) Max Williams 4J 

BUHOT, FELIX HILAIRE. 

Westminster Bridge. — (B., No. 156.) Signed A. P. Folio. (French, No. 

180.) 56 

Westminster Bridge.— (B., No. 156.) Signed A. P. Folio. (French, No. 

181.) E. F. Bonaventure 30 

Les Esprlts des Villes Mortes. — (B., No. 160.) Proof, with false margin. 

Folio. (French, No. 185) 80 

Les Esprlts des Villes Mortes. — (B., No. 160.) 3d S. Signed and inscribed 

Folio. (French. No. 186.) 80 

La Place des Martyrs et la Taveme du Bagne. — (B., No. 103.) Ist S. Signed 

A. P. Folio. (French, No. 190. ) 83 

La Place des Martyrs et la Taverne du Bagne. — (B., No. 163.) Signed A. P. 

1st S. Retouched by engr. (French, No. 191. ) 88 

BUNBDRY, HENRY W. 

A Country Rout. — Original drawing, In pen and Ink, finished with sepia. 

(Gilsey, No. 373) 42 



M'AL. 



I -«Uf a»* •;r»«at Harry, built at Wool- 

|ijM-".> .ic*^ . Drawn fmin an original 

■u. .jiiauii. 1736. Large folio. (Whlt- 



■.oi>U iviuatint. Signed D. B. 92 (1792). 



..: . iimau'lf by MaoArdoll. Folio. ((ill8«'y, 



■ 1 I "k 



I, 



\ 



./.I. Alitor Sandys, 1801. Signed A. P. (French, 
, . c -o S. Y. Ed. 1788. 8vo. (Donaldson-Cuahlng, 



I 



^> 



iiwMii- ^r>i(u A scene I witnessed the night 
:-Kiii»t> '«'ti and Ink drawing. Slgnt^d. 

■ ■ * ■ . ' . tigi I 37 

■t.v..Hi. McKee, No. 3G52) 26 

■■■. • uate a Sketch of part of Covent 

■■:^ vii u;d ink drawing. Svo. On I. P. 

■ '^••» ■ 25 

'■•wii. Original colored drawing. 12ino. 
■■-"•I- 100 



145 



-I ... <i;i'iid Rem. P. on J. V. Very large 

^■- I. •;. Hr«»wn 56 

....»»... No. v7:J) 30 

• .. •»«.::. ,.'i.»p|ier Engraving. (Gllsey, No. 875.) 

12 

iiia^y. No. 870) IS 



47 



N.-. V*.! Btehlng. Signed A. P. B. L. Plate 
. . :■. N.-. -.'i, . . . H. Wunderllch & Co 76 



.•Nj^iKd .V. P. Large folio. (French, No. 

" '\ . ..!.;« j*i 1 43 

•■■i!:./ SluiivU A. P. Large folio. (French, No. 

' -v ,..■. .v •■. 31 

.;•;.. Si;,ii^U .V. P. I^rge folio. (French, No. 49).. 27 

N. '"iL.M.x! V I*. Large folio. (French, No. 51.) IL 

V 62 

'5i..^-.v Signed A. P. Large folio. (French, No. 

■■ !v;. : •; >•■■> 230 

^ •* Mi-i»sonler. Signed Rem. P. on V. Large 
1. \ .. '.I I 45 

S.UT (tainting by Whistler. Signed A. P. on I. 
•■ ■; V».iK-. 'Kn'uch. No. 101) 60 

". :i. L.. l^rge folio. (French, No. 60) 28 

■..;- :,a! otehlng. 1898. Signed A. P. with Rem. 
. M . •., )). No. 62) 36 

.. W. Wontner. Published London. 1892. by R. 

,! \. r. on J. V. Folio. (French. No. 4>"i9. ) 

I . .. \ • 28 

■o. .1.^. Original Pencil and Tint Drawing. Signed 
• .i/-. <yM.\ l4Vjx20. On heavy drawing paper. (Mc- 
. 1 : 1.. 800 



71 



34 



.„ . . 'Aviu. P. »«n V. (French, No. 290) 27 

;.:..: ■: :.V Canal, Venice. — (W.. No. l.'iS.) Etching. 

■■.....,.. \... 98.^ F. Keppel & Co 100 

\. V-, '-.IS.' Ktchlng. Small folio. (French, No. 09.) 
li "V. , M ., < v 160 



SUNDRY SALES, ENGRAVINGS AND ETCHINGS. 113 

WHISTLER, JAMES A. McNEILX.. 

The Bridge.— (W., No. 171.) Etching. Small folio. (French, Xo. 100) *65 

Upright Venice.— (W., No. 172.) Etching. Small folio. (French, No. 101).. hO 

The RIalto.— (W., No. 181.) Small folio. (French, No. 102) 86 

Long Venice. — (W., No. 182.) Etching. Oblong folio. (French, No. 103.) 

H. Wunderllch ft Co 76 

The Bridge. — (Not described In W.) Etching. Oblong folio. (French, No. 106.) 

H. Wonderilch ft Co 76 

ZORN ANDERS 

The WalU.— (Bemldl, No. 17.) Etching. Folio. Signed A. P. (French, No. 

107) 22 

Interior of a Parisian Omnlbns. — (Beraldi, No. 33.) Etching. Folio. Signed 

A. P. B. L. (French. No. 108) 46 

Miss Olga B. — (Beraldi. No. :{7.) Original etching. Small folio. Signed A. P. 

(French, No. 109) 24 

•Faure Chez Sol."— Etching. Folio. Signed A. P. B. L. (French. No. 110).. 15 

Portrait of a Gentleman Standing Near Mantel. — Signed A. P. B. L. (French, 

N o. 11 1 ) 26 

Portrait of Whistler. — ^T. P. on J. V. Small quarto. (French, No. 112) 26 



AlWERI CANA. 



America Guided by Wisdom. — Drawn by J. D. Barralett; engr. by B. TANNER. 

Folio. (Donaldson-Cushlng, No. 1060. ) (36 

Andr^, John, Esq., late Adjutant-General of the British Forces in America. — Line and 

Htlpple. From HIberlan Magazine. 8vo. (McKee, No, 3373.) G. Kane 47 

Andrei, View of the Execution of the Unfortunate Major St. Andr6. — From Con- 
temporary Irish Magazine. Oblong 8vo. (McKee, No. 3472) 60 

Arnold, Colonel.— Mez. engr. by JOHN LORENZ RUGENDAS. Printed by Aug. 

VInd. Small folio, i French, No. 360. ) J. Sabin 62 

Baltimore In 1752.— Aquatint by T. L. BOQUETA, after sketch by John Moale. 

The writing by H. S. Tanner. (Davis ft Harvey, No. 122.) Max Williams. 29 

Battle of New Orleans and Death of General Packenham, on the 8th of January, 

lKir>.— Original water color painting by B. WEST. (Davis ft Harvey, No. 

121a. ) J. SabIn 26 

Bird, Jonathan, A. M. (of Connecticut). — 12mo, not signed. (Clark, No. 161.) 

J. SabIn 71 

Bonaparte. Napoleon, First Consul of the French Republic. — Stipple engr., D. 

EDWIN, fct. Pub. by J. Savage, January, 1802. Folio. (Clark, No. 481.) 

Charles De Forest Bums 63 

BOSTON AND VICINITY. 

Bunker Hill. A Correct View of the Late Battle of Charlestown, June 17, 1775. 

— Copperplate engr. by AITKEN. Oblong 8vo. (Waterston, No. 80.) 42 

View of Jonathan Phillips' Estate. — Original 8«»pla drawing by GEORGE L. 

BROWN, Boston, 1836. Small folio. ( WhItmore, No. 2838. ) 28 

View of the Charlestown Navy Yanl.— Oil painting by GEORGE CURTIS. (Whit- 
more, No. 2765. ) H. Wunderllch ft Co 36 

View of Boston from Chelsea Hospital. — Original oil painting by DE GRAILLY, 

1840. (WhItmore, No. 1762.) Goodspeed 146 

Aquatinta View of Boston.— Engr. by J. L. BOQUETA DE WOISERI. Large folio, 

P. B. Inscription. (WhItmore, No. 2792.) Goodspeed 46 

Emblem of the United States of America. — Engr. by S. HARRIS. Pub. by John 

Coles, Sr., Boston, September, 1804. Small folio. (Waterston, No. 9.) 32 

View of the State House in Boston. — Engr. by S. HILL. From Massachusetts 

Magazine. Oblong 4to. (Clark, No. 1392. ) 40 

A Southwest View of the State House In Boston. — Engr. by S. HILL. Oblong 4to, 

wide. (Waterston. No. 252.) J. Sabin 23 

A Southeast View of ye Great Town of Boston, in New England, In America. — 
Original copperplate by WILLIAM PRICE. 1743. See •'Memorial History of 
Boston," Vol. 2, pp. 530 and 532. (WhItmore, No. 2791.) J. Sabin 136 

Boston. A Southeast View of ye Great Town In New England. In America. — LIth. 
Exact reproduction of No. 2791. pub. for E. Whitefield by A. Tompkins. 
Boston. Large folio. (WhItmore. 2791a.) Goodspeed 85 

View of Boston HnrlM»r on Octol>er 1. 1788. — Original , water color, painted by 

CHRISTOPHER REMICK, 1768. (WhItmore, No. 2790.) LIttlefleld 900 

Boston Massacre. — Engr.. printed and sold by PAUL REVERE, Boston. A colored 
copy, a relmpresslon from the original plate, which was republished In (1832?). 
Small 4to. (Waterston, No. 66.) J. SabIn 66 

A View of Part of the Town of Boston, in New England, and British Ships of 
War Landing their Troops, 1768. — Engr., printed and scld by PAUL REVERB. 
Impression from original copperplate after alteration. Small folio. (WhIt- 
more, No. 2797. ) Boston Public Library 100 



H4 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

A View of the Town of Boston, with Several Ships of War in the Harbor. — Copper- 
plate engr. by PAUL REVERE for first number of Royal American Magazine. 
See Proc. Mass. Hist. Soc, 1855-8, page 142. 1774 written In Ink over the 
scroll. Printed on old paper. (Whitmore, No. 2798.) Goodspeed $85 

Certificate of an Inllsted Montross at His Majesty's North Battery in Boston, with 
View of Battery and Charlestown. — Engr. by PAUL REVERE. Small 4to. 
(Whitmore, No. 2814.) 66 

View of the Old South Church when on Fire, December 29, 1810, etc. — Aquatint, 

drawn, engr. and pub. by J. R. SMITH. 4to. (Waterston, No. 50.) 48 

The Battle of Lexington, April 19, 1775. — Colored 11th., drawn and printed by M. 

aWKTT. IViiUUtun's llth., Boston, 1830. (Whitmore, No. 2860) 30 

Uuyal .Mail Steuumhlp Britannia Leaving Her Dock at East Boston, on the ;{d 
of Kviiruury, 1M4, vtc. — Original lith. drawn on stone bj' A. D. VAUDRI- 
COURT. Printed by Bouvfi & Sharpe, Boston. Folio. (Whitmore, No. 2847.) 
.... Boston Public Library 81 

View of the Merchants' Exchange, State Street, and the Proposed Post Office on 
Congress Stiwt.— Drawn by T. VOELCKERS. Lith. by B. W. Thayer & Co., 
Boston. 1842. Folio. (Whitmore, No. 2846) 34 

Tromout House (almut 1840). View of Tremont Street front and Beacon Street 

corner. Oil painting. 54x42. (Whitmore, No. 2761.) H. Wunderlich & Co. 110 

View of the Water IViebration on Boston Common, October 25, 1848. — Large lith. 
by Tappeu & Bradford, Boston. Large folio. (Whitmore, No. 2801.) Bos- 
ton I'ubllc Library 27 



Bostonlans, The, Paying the Excise Man; or. Tarring and Feathering. — Caricature. 

Mex. London. Printed for Robert Sayer and J. "Bennett, October 31, 1774. 

Small folio. (French, No. 368.) J. 0. Wright & Co 44 

Carteret, John L., His Excellency.— Mex. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after G. 

Kueller. Suuill folio, (WhUmort«, No. 2700) 86 

Colman, Rev. BenJ.. D. D.— Mex. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after J. Smibert. 

Small 4to. (Whitmore. No. 2701.) Uttlefleld 110 

Complou, U(. Uon'ble Spencer, Baron of Wilmington, etc. — With coat of arms of 

city of Bath.— Mea. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after G. Kneller. Small 

folio. (Whitmore, No. 2702.) 60 

Comptou. Ul. Uon'ble, Stu^nker to the Hon'ble Rous** of Commons, etc. — With 

cxuit of arms, motto "Je ne cherche qu'un." Mex. engr. by PETER PELHAM, 

after G. Kneller. A variation of the prt»ceding. Small folio. ^Whitmore, No. 

2TiKn 65 

Cooper, Edwardus.— Mei. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after J. Vander Vaart. Small 

folio. (Whitmore, No. 2704.) 80 

CiH)per, Mrs. PrlsolUa.— Mei. engr. by PETER PELHAM. after M. Dahl. Small 

hat with turned up leaf and bunch of flowers under the right. Small folio. 

{ Whitmore. No, 2705) 106 

Co^>per, Mrs. PrlsolUa.— Mei. engr. by PETER PELHAM. after M. Dahl. Second 

state, bat altered. Small folio. (Whitmore, No. 2706.) 76 

CtH>iH»r, Rev. Mr. William, of Boston. In New England. Jclt. 50, 1743. — Mex. engr. 

by PKTEU PELHAM. after J. Smibert. Small foUo. (Whitmore. No. 2707.) 

l.llllefield 100 

Ci>«»iH'r. Kev. .Samuel. — Mex, engr. by V. GREEN, London. 1784. From original 

picture In |Kvssessi.m of John Hancock. Small foUo. (Whitmore, No. 2734.) 

.... Llltlefleld 50 

Cutler. U» V. Timothy, D. D.. of Christ Church. Et>ston, N, E.— Mex. engr. by PETER 

PELHAM. Small folio. (WMtmore, No. 2708) 87 

Ddtllon, Ulijbt Hou'ble James. Count du LuUe, etc.— Mex, engr. by PETER 

I'Kl.H.VM, after J, Fry. Small folio. (Wbltmo.-e, No. 2717) 46 

lK*«agulier. J. T., l.egum l>*>ctor. Regise Sooletatls Loudonensis Soclus. etc. — Mex. 

eng:r by PETER PEUIAM. after F. Hysing. Small foUow Whitmor*. No. 

27i*0 » 45 

lK>bl»s. nu Eicellenoy .\rthur, Esq.. Captain-General. Governor-ln-Chlef. and Vlce- 

.\dmiral of the l*T\»vluct» of North CaroUuak In .Vmerlca. — Mex. eugr. by JAMES 

McAKUEl.l. after Will. Hoar. Folio. vWaterston. Now 132.> H. Wtui- 

dorlloh 4 Co S3 

Dratck. Francisvu«« uoblUsistmos eques AogUa Ana. .£t. 43. — Eisgr. by JAMES Me- 

AUDIXL. Follow \Walerstoo. No. 134.) U. WunderUch Jk Co SB 

Uiibo«r\ll u. J^aa Arwaud. Mluistre de U Savor, etc. — Mex. engr. by PETER PEL- 
HAM. after D. Feriula. Small folio, v Whitmore. No. 2710.) Utcletteld. . 26 

Fra;.ci$<v* .IVii-n Gallant Action with Nine of Tarletoa's Cavalry, etc. — Original 

tu;;'.->«j»l.<u lu cuior*. lV«lgu«d by WarrelU drawn by Barralett, engr. by 

DAVID KDWIX. l.arg« foUo. iDoualdson-Cushlng. No. 701) 4» 

Fraucktts. B^uj4.tuLu — tVWr««l attu^itiat portrait, engr. by P. M. ALIX. sitter Vanloo. 

• GlUey. So. U^W. » ...J. Sabin 21 

Fra;:iUu L*Ai>^trv <Jk* U Libertf launortalis^. — Composed aud executed by BASIN- 

cor Otfc.'iig fwlio. i IVoutUljsoa-CushUtg. No. 719) 16 

Fraakila. E. .f FbiUdflpfcla. LL. D.. F. R. S.— Mea. e*igr by K. riSHSR, after 

l?4iuciog by U Ckawberlia Sold by M. Ch&mberUn. Stewart Street. Si^ttal- 

*eUs. rolW. \ Waterston. Now 1«U.> J. a Wright 4 Ci> 49 



PRINTS— AMERICANA, 1 15 

Franklin. Benjamin, LL. D., F. R. S.— Mes. engr. by E. SAVAGE, after painting by 

D. Martin. Boston, pub. and sold by Abel Brown. Folio. (Clark, No. 584) . . $32 

Franklin. Benjamin.— Designed by C. N. COCHIN, Paris, 1777. Small 4to. (French, 

No. 409) 29 

Gates. GeneraL— Stipple engr. by C. TIEBODT, after painting by G. Stuart. Folio. 

(Donald-Cosblug, No. 735) 40 

Gates, Horatio. Esq. — Mea. London, published 1778, by John Morris. Small folio. 

(French. No. 423) 52 

Georgios (1) D. G. Mag. Brit. Fran, et Hlb. Rex. F. D.— Mes. engr. by PETER 

PELHAM, after G. Kneller. Small folio. (Whltmore, No. 2711.) Uttle- 

fleld 30 

Glbbs. Jacobus, Archltcctus. — Mes. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after H. Hyslng. 

Small foUo. (Whltmore, No. 2716)... 40 

Gibson, Edmund, Right Rev'd Father In God, etc. — Mea. engr. by PETER PEL- 
HAM, after T. Murray. Small folio. (Whltmore, No. 2712.) (See Stack- 
house, The Rev. Thos. Same portrait usfd for two persons) 45 

Grant, Gen. U. S.— Engr. by WILLIAM E. MARSHALL. P. B. L. on I. P. Large 

folio. Presentation copy. (Whltmore, No. 2738) 40 

Hancock, The Hon'ble John, of Boston, in Now England; President of the Ameri- 
can Congress. — Mez. Small folio. (Clark, No. 805.) J. Sabln 91 

Hancock. The Hon'ble John, of Boston, in N^ew England; President of the Ameri- 
can Congress.— Mez. by JOH. MARTIN WILL, after LIttleford. Printed by 
Aug. Vind. Small folio. (French, No. 434.) H. Wuuderllch & Co 62 

Hancock. The Hon'ble John, Esq'r.- Engr. by PAUL REVERE. No. 5, engr. for 

Royal American Magazine, Vol. I, 1784. (Clark, No. 810) 00 

Hiscox. R**T. Mr. Thos., late Pastor of the Baptist Church in Westerly. — Mez. by 
SAMUEL OKEY, after painting by Feke. Published by Reak & Okey, New- 
port, R. I., October ^, 1773. Small 4to. (Whltmore, No. 2740.) J. O. 

Wright & Co 87 

Honyman, ReT. James. A. M., late Rector of Trinity Church, Newport. — Mez. by 
SAMUEL OKEY, after Gains. Print«^d by Reak & Okey, Niwport. R. I., 
November 2, _1 774. Small folio. (Whltmore, No. 2741.) Llttlefleld 35 

HoUis, Thomas, Late of L4)ndon, Merch't, Etc.— Mez. by PETER PELHAM, 

after Jos. Highmore. Small folio. (Whltmore, NV). 2714.) 105 

Jefferson, Thomas, Vice-President of the United States. — Engr. by D. EDWIN after 

painting by R. Peale. Small folio. (Clark, No. 455.) Charles De Forest 

Bums 29 

Jefferson, Thomas. — Stipple engr. by R. FIELD, after painting by G. Stuart. Small 

4to, inlaid to small folio. (Clark, No. 900.) J. Sabin 82 

Jefferson, Thomas. — Mes. by E. SAVAGE, after bis own painting. Philadelphia. 

pub. June 1, 1800. (Clark, No. 899) 81 

Jefferson. Thomas. A Philosopher, a Patriot and a Friend. — Colored portrait. De- 
signed by Tadee Kosciusko and engr. by M. L. SOKOLNICKI. 4to. (GUsey, 
No. 132s. ) J. O. Wright & Co 153 

Jefferson, Thomas. — Stipple engr. by C. TIEBOUT, after painting by R. Peale. 
Fob. by M. Carey, Philadelphia, February 20, 1801. (Davis A, Hardy, No. 81.) 
J. Sabin 20 

Jonathan's (Brother) Soliloquy on the Times. — Caricature. Copperplate engr. by 
JOHN FREDERICK KENSETT, after his own painting. Oblong foUo. (Don- 
aldson-Cashing, No. 5(J5. ) 26 

Knox, Gen'l, LL. D., Secretary of War to tb« United States of America. — Oval 
stipple engr. by E. S.VVAGE, after his own painting. London. Pub. Decem- 
ber. 1791. (Clark, No. 95.i.) J. Sabin 140 

La Fayette, M. de Mis.. Commandant General de la Garde Nationale Parlsienne. — 
Mez. engr. by P. L. DU BUCOURT. 1790. Folio. (Waterston, No. 226.) 
H. Wnnderlich ft Co 40 

Lafayette. Gen 1.— Original study in oils, from life, by ARY SCHEFFER. (Davis 

ft Harvey, No. 190.) 81 

Lee, Charles, Esq'r, Major-General of the Continental Army in America. — Mez. after 
painting by Thomllnson. Pub. October 31, 1775, by C. Shepherd, London. 
FoUo. (Clark, No. 1012) 28 

Lincoln, Abraham. — Engr. by F. Halpin, after painting by F. B. Carpenter, I. P. 

Presentation copy. (Whltmore, No. 2743) 20 

Lincoln, Major-General Benjamin, of the Revolutionary Army of the United States. 
President of the Cincinnati of the State of Massachusetts. — Mez., engr. by 
J. R. SMITH, after painting by CoL H. Sargent, Boston, pub. 1811. Folio. 
(Clark. No. 1027. ) H. Wnnderlich ft Co 136 

Lincoln. Major-General Benjamin, of the Revolutionary Army of the United States. 
President of the Cincinnati of the State of Massachnsetts. — Colored mez. engr. 
by J. R. SMITH, after ptg. by Col. H. Sargent, Boston, 1811. Pub. by 
R. P. ft C. Williams, Boston. (Waterston, No. 241.) H. T. Coates ft Co.. 166 

Macdoooagh's Victory on Lake Champlaln and Defeat of the 'British Army at Platts- 
borg by General Macomb, September 11, 1814. — Line engr. by B. TANNER, 
after painting by H. Relnagle. (Davis ft Harvey, No. 116b.) J. Sabin 22 

Matber's (Increase) Blessed Hope.— En?r. by THOMES EMMES. Sold by Nicholas 

Boooe, 1701. ISmo, old calf. (Whltmore, No. 2259.) J. Sabin 125 

Mather, Cotton.— Mex. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after his own painting. 1727. 

Folio. (McKee, No. 6354.) 70 



ii6 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Mather, Cotton, iEtatia Suffi 65, 1727.— Mei. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after 
his own painting. Small folio. See Smith's British Mezzotint Portraits. (Whlt- 
uiore, No. 2718) |66 

Mather, Samuel. — Mez. by J. SIMON,, after painting by R. Philips. Small 4to. 

( Whltmore, No. 2744.) LIttlefleld 35 

Mayhow, Rev'd. Jonathan, D. D., Pastor of the West Church In Boston. — Mez. 
engr. by RICUARD JENNTTS, JR., after his own painting. Printed and sold by 
Nat. Hurd, Engraver on ye Exchange. Small folio. See Smith's British Mez- 
zotint Engravers. (Whitmore, N'o. 2745.) LIttlefleld 180 

Moorehead, Reverend John, Minister of a Church of Presbyterian Strangers at Bos- 
ton in New England.— Mez. engr. by PETER PELHAM, after his own painting. 
Small folio. (Whitmore, No. 2721.) 60 

NEW YORK. 

The Village of Brooklyn, N*. Y., 1825 (?).— Original India ink drawing by DR. 

ALEX. ANDERSON. (McKee, No. 3312.) 19 

Old Bridewell, New York City.— Original India ink drawing by DR. ALEX. AN- 
DERSON, signed. (McKee, No. 334ii) 26 

Castle William, New York Harbor. — Original water color drawing by DR. ALEX. 

ANDERSON. (McKee, No. 3349.) 14 

The West Side of New York, Opposite Hoboken. — Original water color by DR. 

ALEX. ANDERSON. (McKee, No. 3360.) Sa 

Wharf at Bellevue Hospital, East River.- Water color by DR. ALEX. ANDER- 
SON*, with a proof wood cut engraving by C. B. DOLGE. (McKee, No. 3347.) 

J. Sabin 15 

Blackwell's Island, East River. — Original pencil drawing by L. BAUER. (Gilsey, 

No. 2148.) » 38 

South Street, from Maiden Lane. — Drawn and engr. by W. J. BENNETT; pub. by 

Henry J. Megarey. Oblong 4(0. (McKee, No. 4168. ) 80 

A View of the Federal Hall of the City of New^ York as Appeared in the Year 

1797.— Colored lith. by CURRIER from the drawing by Holland. (Davis & 

Harvey, No. 138. ) J. O. Wright & Co 16 

View of the Federal Hall, New York, 1797.— Lith. in colors by C. CURRIER, after 

original drawing by G. Holland. Folio. (Gilsey, No. 2103.) H. Wunderllch 

& Co 45 

Great Riot at the Astor Place Opera House, May 10, 1849. (Forrest and Macready 

Riot).- Lith. by N. CURRIER. N'ew York, 1849. 4to. (Gilsey, No. 2129.) 26 

Interior of Castle Garden, Sept. 11, 1850. First Appearance of Jenny Lind in 

America.— Lith. by N. CURRIER, New York, 1850. Oblong 4to. (Gilsey, No. 

2132. ) 41 

View of New Amsterdam As It App<'ared About the Year 1640. — Engr. on copper 

from etching by JUSTUS DANCKERS. Oblong 12mo. (Gilsey, No. 2003).. 46 

Views of the (First) Bowery Theatre, New York. — On stone, by A. J. DAVIS; Im- 

bert's Lith., 1826. (McKee, No. 3556.) 29 

Winter Scene in Broadway. — Colored. Engr. by P. GIRARDET, after H. Sebron. 

Large folio. New York, 1857. (Gilsey, No. 2140.) 52 

View of West Point, looking down the river, showing the Academy and landscape 

in the distance. — Colored engr. by J.' HILL, after aquatint by George Catlin, 

New York, 1828. (Gilsey, No. 2086.) J. O. Wright & Co 26 

View of West Point Military Academy. Showing Cadets at Drill. — Aquatint drawn 

by (Jeorge Catlin, engr. and colored by J. HILL. New York, 1828. Folio. 

(Gilsey, No. 2087.) Max Williams 22 

New York from the Heights Near Brooklyn. — Aquatint engr. by J. HILL, after 

painting by W. G. Wall. Colored by hand. Ntjw York, 1828. Large folio. 

(Gilsey, No. 2113) 61 

New York from Weehawken. — Engr. aquatint by J. HILL, after painting by 

W. G. Wall. Hand colored. Large folio. New York, 1828. (Gilsey, No. 

2114) 64 

New York from Governor's Island. — Engr. aquatint by J. HILL, after painting by 

W. G. Wall. Hand colored. Folio. 1825. (Gilsey, No. 2115) 60 

View of Broadway, New York, from the Corner of Canal St. (about 1840) to Be- 
yond Nlblo's Garden. — Drawn and etched by J. HORNER, aquatlnted by J. 

HILL. (McKee, No. 6409.) Alfred Becks 176 

Anthony Street Theatre, N. Y. City. — Original drawing by A. HOSIER, from 

rough sketch by Henry McKee. (McKee, No. 5643) 45 

Pro Patrla et Gloria. — Original drawing by THOMAS NAST, 1892. Presented to 

the Seventh Regiment Veteran Club by Thomas Nast. (Gilsey, No. 2052) 21 

View of Broadway, with the Proposed Elevated Railway Invented by John Randel. 

— Tinted lith., designed by G. Hay ward and drawn by R. J. RAYNER. 

Large folio. New York, 1848. (Gilsey, No. 2126.) Max Williams 60 

The Government House, Bowling Green. — Colored lith.. by H. R. ROBINSON, 

after original drawing by C. Mllbourne. 1797. (Gilsey, No. 2123) 26 

Set of Bourne's Engraved Illustrations of Early New York. — Engr. by J. SMILLIE, 

after drawings by G. Burton. J. SmilUe and W. G. Wall. 12mo. Proofs 

on I. P. N'ew York, 1831. (McKee, No. 6419.) J. O. Wright & Co 171 



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A Correct View of the Old Methodist Church In John Street, New York, the First 
Erected In America. — Aquatlnted. J. B. and P. C. SMITH, plnxt. Oblong 
folio. (McKee, No. 4193) $35 

View of Broadway from Spring to Prince St.— Colored llth. by W. STEPHENSON. 

Large folio. New York, 1855. (Gllsey. No. 2137.) Max Williams 70 

Blrd'8-Eye View of New York City, Extending from 42d St., with Crystal Palace 
and Reservoir. — Engr. by W. WELLSTOOD, drawn by B. F. Smith. Very 
large folio. New York, 1855. (Gllsey, No. 2138.) Max Williams 25 

View of the New York City Hall Park, North End, 1825.— Lith. from an original 

drawing. (Gilsoy. No. 2108) 52 

Mann's Broadway Theatre. — Lith. Large folio. New York, 1848. (Gilsoy, No. 

2126) 38 

View of Scudder's American Miisonm, formerly Standing at the Upper Portion of 

City Hall Park.— Lith. Oblong folio. 1825. (McKee, No. 6411) 32 



Perry's Victory on Lake Erie, September 10. 1813. — Line engr. by B. TANNER, after 

drawing by T. T. Barralet. (Davis & Harvey, No. 116a.) 26 

Philadelphia, View Near the "Punch Bowl," North Broad Street. — Painted by 

THOMAS BIRCH. (Davis & Harvey, No. 192.) Max Williams 22 

Pllmore, Rev. Jos., Rector of Christ Church, New York, Etc. — Mez. engr. by C. W. 

PEALE, after painting by himself, 1787. 8vo. (McKee, No. A2AQ.) J. Sabln. 36 

Pownall, Thomas, Eaqr., Member of INirilament, Etc. — Moz. engr. by EARLOM, 

after painting by Cotes. London, 1777. Folio. (Whitmore, No. 2749.) 85 

Prince, Thomas, A. M.— Mez. by PETER PELHAM, after John Greenwood. Small 

folio. (Whitmore. No. 2711. ) 90 

Putnam, Israel, Esq., Major-General of the Connecticut Forces and Commander-in- 
Chief at the Engagement on Bunckers-Hill, near Boston, 1775. — Moz. Pub. 

by C. Shepherd, September, 1775. Small folio. (Waterston, No. 304.) H. 

W^underlich & Co 33 

Benshaw, Mr., of Philadelphia. — Original drawing by ST. MEMIN. (Donaldson- 

Cushlng, No. 887.) 31 

Rogers, Major Robert, Famous Partisan of the French and Indian War. Com- 
mander of Rogers's Rangers. — Mez., after "Thomllnson, a Nouvelle Yorck." 
(Waterston, No. 334.) J. O. Wright & Co 87 

Rubens, Peterus Paulus, Etc.— Mez. engr. by PETER PELHAM. Small folio. 

(Whitmore, K\). 2723. ) 66 

Stackhouse, The Rev. Thos., A. M., Late Vicar of Beenham In Berkshire. — Mez. 
engr. by PETER PELHAM. Small folio. Same portrait as "Gibson (Ed- 
mund), Right Rev'd. Father In God." Plate cut % Inch at bottom, arms 
and Inscription erased; instead, coat of arms in centre with inscription, "The 
Rev. Thos. Stackhouse," Etc. (Whitmore, No. 1713.) 27 

Swift, Jonathan.— By S. J. D., Dean of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick's In 
Dublin. Mez. engr. by PETER PELHAM, printed by I. Bowles. Small folio. 
See Smith's British Mezzotint Portraits, p. 1111. (Whitmore, No. 2724.) 45 

U. S. Frigate Constitution, Isaac Hull, Esq., Commander, Capturing His Britannic 
Majesty's Frigate (iuerrifire, James R. Dacros. Esq., Commander. — Stipple 
engr. by C. TIEBOUT, after painting by Thos. Birch. (Davis & Harvey, No. 
114. ) J. Sabln 21 

United States and Macedonian. — Line engr. by B. TANNER, after painting by T. 
Birch. Published November 1, 1814, by B. Tanner, Philadelphia. (Davis & 
Harvey, No. 116.) J. Sabln 30 

GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THE WASHINGTON FAMILY. 

George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of ye Armies of ye United States of 

America.— Engr. by BRUXTON. 4to. (Clark, No. 1535.) J. Sabln 107 

Gen. George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the United States. — 
Stipple engr. by A. DOOLITTLE. Pub. N'ew Haven. 1800. 8vo. (Baker, 
No. 81.) (Clark, No. 1561.) J. Sabln 26 

George Washington. — After A. DOOLITTLE. Conn. Magazine, 1801. (Clark, No. 

1681.) L. T. Holllugsworth IOC 

General George Washington. — Engr. by D. EDWIN, after R. Peale. Printed In 
colors by H. Charles. Pub. by II. S. Tanner, Philadelphia. (Baker, No. 14.) 
(Clark, No. 1517.) H. T. Coates & Co 90 

His Excellency George Washington, Lieut-Gen. of the Armies of the United 
States of America. — Stipple engr. by D. EDWIN, after J. Bartoll. (Baker, 
No. 216.) (Davis & Harvey, No. 60.) 20 

Apotheosis of Washington. — Stipple engr. by D. EDWIN, after R. Peale. (Baker, 
No. 402.) Original impression, pub. by S. Kennedy, Philadelphia. (Davis & 
Harvey, No. 9.) Albert Rosenthal 64 

Gen'l George Washington. — Mez. printed In colors. "This Print Is Respectfully 
Dedicated to the Citizens of the United States by T. W. FREEMAN." (Davis 
& Harvey, No. 8) 120 

General Washington, President of the United States. — Stipple engr. by C. GOOD- 
MAN and R. PIGGOTT, after Lansdowne portrait painted by Stuart. 1797. 
(Baker, No. 236.) (Davis & Harvey, No. 62.) J. O. Wright & Co 31 



ii8 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

Pater Patriae.— Line engr. by B. G. GRIDLEY, after painting by John Coles, Jr., 

hoad after Savage. (Baker, No. 403.) (Davis & Harvey, No. 2.) J. SabJn. $37 

Washington.— "Pater Patrle." By E. G. GRIDLEY. Sold by J. Fave. (Varia- 
tion of Balcer. No. 403.) Small folio. (Waterston, No. 436.) J. 0. 

Wright & Co 8* 

Washington.— Roulette engr. by WILLIAM HAMLIN, after Houdon's Bust, Rich- 
mond, Va. (Balcer, No. 102.) 8vo. (Waterston, No. 406.) 21 

Washington.- Roulette engr. by WILLIAM HAMLIN, after Houdon's Bust. 

(Balcer, No. 102.) Early T. P. (Clark, No. 1577.) H. T. Coates & Co 86 

George Washington, Esq'r.- Mes. by WILLIAM HAMLIN, after painting by E. 

Savage. (Baker, No. 124.) Inlaid to 4to. (Clark, No. 1597.) J. O. 

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Gen'l George Washington.— Engr. by WILLIAM HAMLIN, after painting by B. 

Savage. (Baker, No. 128.) Inlaid to 8vo. (Clark, No. 1598) H. T. 

Coates & Co 25 

General George Washington Reviewing the Western Army at Fort Cumberland (Mary- 
land), the 18th of October, 1794.— Painting (18x23) by A. KEMMELMEYER. 
(Donaldson & Cashing, No. 915.) J. O. Wright & Co 100 

Gen'l George Washington.— Mes. by J. KENNEDY, after painting by Gilbert Stuart. 
Printed and published by T. W. Freeman., Philadelphia, 1813. (Baker, No. 
269.) Folio. (Clark, No. 1760.) J. Sabln 88 

Le General Washington, ne Quid Detrlmenti Capiat Res Publics. — Line engr. by N. 
LE MIRE, after painting by L. I^ Paon. (Baker, No. 21.) Proof. (Davis 
& Harvey, No. 32.) Max Williams 24 

His Excellency George Washington, Esq. — Line engr. by J. NORMAN. Prom the 
Impartial History, Boston, 1780. (Baker, No. 419.) 8vo. (Clark, No. 1882.) 
J. O. Wright & Co 40 

His Excellency. George Washington, Esq. — By J. NORMAN. (Baker. No. 419.) 

(Waterston, No. 440.) 80 

Washington. Patriae Patt'r. — LIth. drawn on stone by REMBRANDT PEALE. 

(Baker. No. 379.) Folio. (Whitmore. No. 2758) 00 

George Washington. — Engr. by P. ROBERTS, after painting by W. Birch. Pub. 

1800. (Baker, No. 389.) Small oblong folio. (Waterston. No. 434.) J. O. 

Wright & Co 18 

George Washington, President of the United States of America. — Mea. by E. SAV- 
AGE, after painting by himself. (Baker, No. 118.) Folio. (Clark, No. 
1592) : H 

The Washington Family. George Washington. His Lady and Her Two Grandchil- 
dren, by the Name of CustIs, etc. — Painted and engr. by E. SAVAGE, Phil- 
adelphia. (Baker, No. 120.) (Davis & Harvey. No. 5.) Albert Rosen- 
thal 24 

The Washington Family. — Original India wash drawing from which No. 5 above 

was eugr. (Davis & Harvey, So. 11) 4B 

George Washington. Esqr., President of the United States of America. — Painted 
and ergr. by E. SAVAGE. (Baker. No. 11^.) (Davis & Harvey, No. 6.) 
.\lbert Rosenthal 70 

George Washington, President of the United States of America. — Mex.. supposed to 
be by SAV.AGE. Different plate from the pr*»<vdlng, most marked difference 
rosette on hat. (Baker, No. 119.) (Davis k, Harvey, No. 7) Tl 

George Washington, Esqr.. President of the United States of America. — Engr. and 

painted by E. SAVAGE. (Baker. No. 116. > 4to. iWat^rstrtn. No. u)S» 24 

Portrait of Gen'l George Washington.— Oil painting by THOMAS SULLY, after 

Teapot Portrait by Stuart. (Davis & Harvey, No. 63> 62 

Washington. His Path Be Uurs.— By A. TODD. In The Text Bn<>k of the Wash- 
ington Benevolent Si»ciety. Concord. 1812. (Clark, No. 3034.) J. Sabln.. 3S 

Hl8 Excellency. George Washington, Esq.. Captain General of All the American 
Forces.— Engr. by C. TURNER. From the Hibernian Magazine. Svo. (M«^ 
Kee, No. 8737. ) Alfred Becks €8 

George Washington. — By J. TB£NCH.\RD. From the Columbian Magazine. Svo. 

(McKee. .No. 6738) ^^^-. 22 

G. Washington, President of the United States. — Said to be engr. by S. WETH- 
ERBEE, Boston. Printed and sold by Grampner. Title page to mosie "^Tbe 

Battle of Prague.** (Baker. No. 82.) (Clark, No. 1562.) J. O. Wri^t 

k. Co 81 

6. Washington. — ^The same, without the music. Cut to size of plate mark. (Clarfe. 

No. 1563.) J. O. Wright & Co Tl 

Washington. — Allegorical. Aquatint in brown. Unsigned. Oblong folio. (Dooalit- 

son-Cushing. No. 92S) UT 

Lady Washington. Seated, fan in hand and elaborate lace cap. — Stipple engr. $«o. 

(Donaldson-Cuahing, No. 969) IB 

Wisdom, Supported by Liberty, Presenting Gen*l Washington a Code of Laws, etc. 
— Mex.. trsnsf furred on glass, and colored. Published in Loodoo, November 
5, 1801, by I. Hlnton. (Davis k, Harvey, No. 10) ST 

Washington. — AlIegoricaL Portrait of Washington after Peale. On red chlnta. 

(Davis & Harvey. No. 3a > J. O. Wright * Co 4S 

Washington Crossing the Delaware. — Ktehing. Fubliahod by Humphrey Pb^ps» 
New York. August 1, 1833. (Baker. No. 410. » « Davis ^ Har«vy. Nov ^Jt. » 
J. O. Wright & Co Wr 



PRINTS— AMERICANA— GEORGE WASHINGTON. 119 

0. Washington. — Line engr. Published at Rawle's Republican Book Store, Phila- 
delphia. (Davis & Harvey, No. 62a.) J. O. Wright & Co $35 

George Washington. — India wash. (Davis & Harvey, No. 63%) 47 

George Washington and Mr. Gist Crossing Allegheny River on a Log Raft, December 

26, 1753.— Oil painting. (Davis & Harvey, No. 65.) J. Sabiu 25 

lAte Size Portrait of George Washington. — Oil. Copy after Stuart, painted about 

1810. (Davis & Harvey, No. 66.) 25 

Washington. — Original oil painting. L. Le Paon. (Clark, No. 1512.) George R. 

Barrett 220 

General Washington. — Mez. Printed for and sold by Carington 'Bowles, London. 

SmaU folio. (Baker, No. 22.) (Clark. No. 1526.) J. Sabln 40 

General Washington, Late President of the American Congress. — Mez. London, 
published September 7, 1797, by G. Thompson and I. Evans. Small folio. 
(Clark, No. 1527.) George R. Barrett 276 

General Washington, Late President of the American Congress. — Mez. London, 
published June 16, 1797, by Haines & Son. Small 4to. (Clark, No. 1528.) 
(Jeorge R. Barrett SSO 

George Washington, Esq., President of the United States of America. — London, 
published for the Proprietor, August 10, 1793, by E. Jeffreys. Printed in 
tint. 8vo. (Baker, No. 136.) (Clark, No. 1610.) Z. T. Holllngsworth 43 

General Washington. — London, published April 11, 1789, by E. Hedges. Inlaid 

to 8vo. Oval. (Clark, No. 1619.) J. S. Sabin 86 

Le General Washington. — Trumbull head. A Paris, chez Ostewald, Tainfi, Editeur. 

(Clark, No. 1633.) J. Sabin 40 

His Excellency George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the American Armies, 
Marshal of France, Etc. — (Baker, No. 160.) 8vo. (Clark, No. 1635.) 
J. 0. Wright & Co 60 

Gen'l Washington. — Published by W. Lockhead, Printer, Berwick. 8vo. (Clark, No. 

1887. ) J. Sabin 86 

George Washington. — In Life of. By Irving. Copy No. 43. Proof on India paper. 

(Clark, No. 2056.) E. F. Bonaventure 27 

His Excellency George Washington, Esq., Captain General of all the American 

Forces. — Line engr. From the Hibernian Magazine. 8vo. (McKee, No. 3467.). 100 

Welsteed, Rev. Mr. Wm., of Boston, in Now England, 2Et. 68, 1753. — Mez. engr. 

by JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY, after painting by himself. Small folio. 

This is the only known engraving by Copley, executed when he was 16 years 

old. (Whitmore, No. 2735.) Littlefleld 210 

Wesley, John. — Mez. engr. by GEORGE GRAHAM. Published by Wm. Phoebus, 

New York. Folio. (Donaldson-Cushlng, No. 981 ) 30 

Williams-Burg, The Alternative of — Caricature. — Mez. London, printed for R. Saycr 

and J. Bennett, February 16, 1775. Small folio. (French, No. 368.) J. O. 

Wright & Co 34 

Wolfe, The Death of General, at Quebec. — Colored mez. London. Printed for R. 

Sayer, October 10, 1786. (Clark, No. 1486) 180 

DRAMATIC. 

An Actor and Actress In a Theatre Dressing Room. — Colored print by P. W. 

TOMPKINS, after Charles Ansoll. 4to. (McKee, No. :'1617) 37 

Barre, Madame do.— .Mez. by T. WATSON, after Drouals. Folio. (Gllsey, No. 108). 36 

Beggar's Operff, Scene from the, Act III. — Line engr. by WILLIAM BLAKE, after 

painting by William Hogarth. Oblong folio. (McKee, No. 3845) 25 

Betty, William Henry West, as Young Nerval. — (>olored original drawing by HARD- 
ING. 8vo. (McKee, No. 3519.) J. O. Wright & Co 66 

Betty, William Henry West, as the Young Rosclus.— Mez. by S. W. REYNOLDS, 

after J. Ramsey. London, 1803. Folio. (Gllsey, No. 176) 27 

Booth, Edwin, as lago. — Original charcoal drawing by OSWALD. London, 1872. 

(Gllsey, No. 239.) J. O. Wright & Co 60 

Booth, Edwin. — Original drawing in charcoal and chalk, sketched from life by 

WILLIAM WALLACE SCOTT. (Gllsey, No. 238.) J. O. Wright & Co. . . 360 

Booth, Junius ^rutus, ''Richard Ilarris'd, or the Wolves Too Keen!" — Colored cari- 
cature by GEORGE CRUIKSIIANK. Oblong 4to, inlaid. (McKee, No. 5719).. 28 

Braceglrdle, Mrs., as the Indian Queen. — Mez. by J. SMITH. Printed by W. Vin- 
cent. Small 4to. (French, No. 381.) H. Wunderllch & Co 31 

Braham, John. — Original drawing. 8vo. From Sir Charles Brace's collection. (Mc- 
Kee. No. 5737) 26 

Bullock, William.— Mez. by THO. JOHNSON. Folio. (McKee, No. 3670) 70 

Carey, Harry.— Mez. by A. T. FABER, after J. Wordsdale. 4to. (McKee, No. 

3589) 27 

Chalmers, Mr., of the Theatre Royal, at Norwich, as Midas. — Mez. engr. by J. 

WATSON, after William Williams, F. R. S. A. (McKee, No. 6803) 62 

Cbanfran, F. S., as Mose, and Mary Taylor, as Llze, In "A Glance at New York." — 

Original pencil drawing. 4to. (Gllsey, No. 2153) 26 

Clbber, CoUey. — Mez. by E. Fisher, after J. B. Vanloo. Folio. (Gllsey, No. 452.).. 29 

Gibber, Colley.— Mez. by JOHN SIMON GRISONI. Folio. (Gllsey, No. 463) 40 

Clbber, Susannah Maria. — Mez. by J. FABER, after T. Hudson. See Chaloner 

Smith. Folio. 1st S. (McKee, No. 3598.) 61 



120 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Cllvo, Catharine.— Mez. by ALEX. VAN HAECKEN, after painting by Joa. Van 

Haecken. Folio. (McKee, No. 5832) $66 

Cooke, George Frederick, as Richard III. — Supposed to be original colored drawing 

by J. T. 'BARBER, from which engr. by E. Cardon was made. (McKee, No. 

3619.) J. O. Wright & Co 86 

Cooke. George Frederick ("G. F. Cooke, Esq."), as lago.— Mes. engr. by JAMES 

WARD, after painting liy James Grei-n. Pub. April 21, 1801. Folio. (Fr«*nch, 

No. 394. ) 28 

Cooke, George Frederick, as lago. — Mez. by JAMES WARD, after J. Green. Folio. 

(Gilsey, No. 565. ) ©0 

Cooke, George Frederick, as lago. — Mez. by JAMES WARD, after James Green. 

London, 1801. Folio. Open L. P. (McKee, No. 5844.) 66 

Cooke, George Frederick. — A View of Cooke's Tomb in St. Paul's Churchyard, 

New York. Painted, engr. and pub. by J. R. SMITH. (McKee, No. 3630.).. 86 

Cooke, (ieorge Frederick. — "The late Edmund Keun, Esijr., contemplating the tomb 

he caused to be erected to the memory of George Frederick Cooke." Colored 

view, engr. by G. & C. HUNT, after painting by J. R. Smith. Folio. (McKee, 

No. 5853.) J. O. Wright & Co 37 

Coombs, Jane. — Lith. printed in colors by Sarony, Major & Knapp, New York. 

(Gilsey, No. 572.) 26 

Cowell, iJamuel, as Crack.— Original colored drawing by THOMAS S. CUMMING8, 

signed. (McKee, No. 3(>.J9) 38 

Cox, Mrs. Alderman, of London (Kean's "Little Breeches.") — Original colored 

drawing, painted aifd signed l)y DE WILDE, 1814. (McKee, No. 6160) 67 

Drew, Mrs. John. (See Hunt, Louisa.) 

Falataff, Sir John.— Original colored drawing by GEORGE CRUIKSHANTi. 8to. 

(McKee, No. 3649.) J. 0. Wright & Co 210 

Farren, Miss Eliza.— Original drawing by RICHARD COSWAY. 8vo. (McKee, 

No. 3724. ) 83 

Farren, Eliza.— Stipple, after T. Lawrence. Folio. (McKee, No. 3725) 32 

Fenton, Lavinin.— Mez. by J. FABKR, after painting by J. ELLYS. 1728. Folio. 

1st S. (McKee, No. :;728) 27 

Fisher, Clara. — Original drawing in water colors, by DE WILDE, signed. 4to. 

(McKee, No. 5988. ) 36 

Fisher, Clara.— Stipple engr. by STEPHEN H. GIMBER and WILLIAM J. BEN- 
NETT, after Henry Inman. Folio. Open L. P. on I. P. (Gilsey, No. 961).. 72 
Fontenelle, Miss, as Moggy in "The Highland Reel." — Line and stipple engr. by 

BARLOW, 1788. (McKee, No. 3734.) 82 

Forrest, Edwin, as Spartacus. — Mez. engr. by WILLIAM PAGE, after his own 

painting. Folio. Stamped "Proof." (McKee, No. 37o«) 40 

Garrlck, In •Rlohard the Third." — Mez. by J. DIXON, after painting by N. Danse. 

Pub. 1772 by John Boydell. Large folio. (French, No. 415. ) 20 

Garrlck, Duvld.— Mez. by J. DIXON, alter T. Hudson. Folio. Open L. P. (Gilsey. 

No. 1070) 47 

Garrlck, David, as Abel Dnigger. — Mez. by J. DIXON, after J. Zoffany. Folio. 

Open L. P. ((iilsey. No. 10>o) 40 

Garrlck, David. Scene In "The Provoked Wife."— Mez. engr. by J. FINLAYSON, 

after J. Zoffany. Lomlon, 1708. Oblong folio. (McKee, No. 0053) 42 

Garrlck, Duvld, Esii.— .Mez. by VALENTINE GREEN, after painting by T. Gains- 
borough. Published 1709 by J. Boydell. Large folio. (French, No. 412) 84 

Garrlck, Mr, and Mrs. Pritchard in the Tragedy of "Maclx'th."— Mez. by VAL- 
ENTINE GREEN, after J. Zoffany. Oblong folio. (McKee, No. 376») 40 

Garrlck, David, Esq.- Mez. l)y VALENTINE (JREEN, after Thomas Gainsborough. 

Pui)ll»hed by J. Boydell, 1709. Folio. (McKee, No. 3772) 46 

Garrlck, in "Hamlet."— Mez. »)y J. McARDELL, after painting by B. Wilson. Pub- 
lished by B. Wilson, 1754. Folio. (French, No. 416) 80 

Garrlck, David, as Hamlet.— Mez. by J. McARDELL, after B. Wilson. ((Jilsey. No. 

1078) J. Sal)In 21 

Garrlck, David.— M«'Z. engr. by J. McARDELL, after Loitard. Folio. 2d S. 

(McKee, No. 370:i.) J. Sa»)in 86 

Garrlck, Mr., as an Auctioneer in "Taste." — Mez. by JAMES McARDELL. London. 

Robert Sayer, February 20. 1769. Folio. (McKee, No. 6042) 66 

Garrlck in the Character of King I>'ar. — Mez. engr. by J. McARDELL. sfter 

painting by B. Wilson. 1761. Oblong folio. (McKre, No. 3768) 26 

Grisl, Giulia, as Anna Bolena. — Original water color portrait by (3HAL0N, signed. 

9xl3»{!. (McKee, N(». .'1808.) J. O. Wright & Co 00 

Gwynn, Eleanor.— Mez. engr. by VALENTINE GREEN, after painting by Sir 

Peter Lely. Pub. .November IT, 1777, Ix>ndon. 4to. (French, No. 428) 77 

Gwynn, Eleat'or. — Mi-z. The same as preceding. 4to. (French, No. 420) 46 

Gwynne, Nell.— Engr. by G. VALCK. after P. Lely. Folio. (Gilsey, No. 1180) 96 

Gwynne, Nell. — Copp« iplate, engr. by G. VALCK, after P. Lely. Folio. (French, 

No. 207) 106 

Gwynn, Eleanor.— Engr. by JOHN OGBORN, after painting by P. Lely. Small 

folio. (French, No. 2as.) J. Sabin 26 

Gwynne, Eleanor ("Mrs. Ellen Gwynn").— Mez. "P. Lely, Eques PInxt., P. V. B., 

Ft., 1751." Folio. (McKee, No. 3810) t... 128 

Gwynne, Eleanor. — Portrait of Duke of St. Albans, Eldest Son of. — Engr. by A. 

BLOTELINGH. 4to. (McKee, No. 3812) 27 



PRINTS— DRAMA TIC, 121 

Hall, Jacob, the Eope Dancer.— Etching bj P. DB BRCNE, after Jacob Van Oost. 
Bears the inacriptlon "Jor. Niclays D'Herts," but is the original of the por- 
trait known as Jacob Hall. 4to. Original impression. (Gilsey, No. 1203)... $40 

Hamblin, Thos. S. — Lith. drawn on stone from life by S. H. 6IMBER. C. B. 
GRAHAM'S 11th. Published by J. Neaie, No. 6 John St. 4to. (McKee, No. 
3819) : 27 

Hartley, Mrs.— Me». by B. HOUSTON, after H. D. Hamilton. (Gilsey, No. 1222).. 26 

Henderson, John. — Mez. by J. JONES, after Gainsborough, let S. Original im- 
pression. Folio. (Gilsey, No. 1238. ) 80 

Jordan, Mrs., Dancing, "Hibernia in a Jig." — Colored engr. by ROBERTS and 
STADLER, after drawing by Adam Buclc. London, 1801. Folio. (McKee, 
No. 3886.) 40 

Jordan, Dorothy, as Hypolita. — Mez. by J. JONES, after Hoppner. Folio. (Gilsey, 

No. 1342.) J. O. Wright & Co 31 

Jordan, Dorothy, as Country Girl. — Stipple by JOHN OGBORN, after Romney. 

FoUo. (Gilsey, No. 1344.) Max Williams 55 

Jordan, Dorothy, as the Comic Muse. — Engr. bv T. PARK, after painting by J. 
Hoppner. July, 1787. P. B. second line inscription. Folio. (McKee, No. 
3882) 67 

Henry. John, as Ephraim Smooth in 'Wild Oats."— Engr. by CORNELIUS TIB- 
BOUT, after C. B. New York, pub. by John Reid, 1793. 8to. (McKee, 
No. 6007. ) 26 

Hodgkinson, Mrs., as Cora. — Engr. by C. TIEBOUT, after drawing by William Dun- 
lap. 8vo. (McKee, No. 3884.) 27 

Hunt, Louisa, afterwards Mrs. John Drew, as Ophelia. — Daguerreotype, 12mo. 

(McKee, No. 6109.) 30 

Kean, Edmund, as Richard III. — Original pencil drawing by GEORGE CRUIK- 

SHANK. (McKee, No. 3648) 82 

Kean, Edmund, at the Tomb of Cooke. — (See Cooke, George Frederick.) 

Kean, Edmund, as Brutus. — Mez. engr. by S. W. REYNOLDS,, after painting by 

James Northcote. Folio. (McKee, No. 6172) 40 

Kean, Edmund, as Shylock. — Mez. by H. MEYER, from a painting on iyory by 

W. H. Watts. (Gilsey, No. 1393) 30 

Kean, Edmund, as Shylock. — Mez. by H. MEYER, from a painting on iyory by 
W. H. Watts. London, pub. by R. Barnard, May 2, 1814. 4to. (McKee, 
No. 3988.) Frederick R. Ryer 30 

Kean, Moses. — ^Mr. Kean's Imitation of Henderson's Hamlet. — Original impression. 
Published by Mrs. Kean, No. 3 Little Charles St., St. James Square. 4to. 
(McKee, No. 4002.) J. Sabln 25 

Kean, Moses. — Mr. Kean's Imitation of Henderson's Hamlet. — Original drawing, in 

colors, by M. WALLIS. Miibank, 1786. 4to. (McKee, No. 6226.) 135 

Kemble. Charles.— Original portrait drawing, by S. DE WILDE, signed. Small 

folio. (McKee, No. 6257:) 40 

Kemble, Fanny. — Original miniature. 16mo. (McKee, No. 6270. ) 85 

Kemble, Miss. — Engr. by J. JONES, after painting by J. Downman. Loudon, 1784. 

Original impression. (McKee, No. 6274. ) 40 

Kemble, John Philip, as Hamlet.-— Original miniature portrait, painted on iyory. 

(McKee, No. 4018.) 70 

Kemble, John Philip, as Hamlet. — Mez. engr. by WILLIAM BARNARD, after 
picture by George Hounsom. London, pub. Noyember 1, 1803, by H. Fuller, 
Somers Town. Large folio. Open L. P. (McKee, No. 4019.) 25 

Kemble, In the Character of Rolla.— Mez. engr. by S. W. REYNOLDS, after paint- 
ing by Thomas Lawrence, R. A. Published 1803 by J. & J. Boydeli, London. 
Large folio. (French, No. 443) 42 

Kemble, Roger. — Mez. engr. by C. TURMER, after his own painting. 1822. Folio. 

(McKee, No. 4037) 26 

King, Thomas, and Farran, Eliza, as Sir Peter and Lady Teazle. — Stipple engr. by 

JONES, after Downman. 1787. Folio. (McKee, No. 4040) 25 

Knight, Edward, of Drury Lane. — Mez. by H. DAWE, after J. Knight. Folio. 

(Gilsey. No. 1623) 42 

Lecouyreur, Adrienne. — After painting by Coypel. Copperplate engr. by P. CREVBT. 
1st S., t)efore spelling of word "modele" was changed. Folio. (French, 
No. 289.) H. Wunderlich & Co 34 

Lee, Mary Ann, as Beatrix in "La Jolie Fllle de Gand." — Painted from life and on 
stone by F. DAVIGNON. Lith. by P. S. Ducal, Philadelphia. Folio. (Mc- 
Kee, No. 6293. ) Alfred Becks 30 

Liston, John, as May worm. Scene from "The Hypocrite." — Colored lith. drawn from 

life by J. W. GEAR. London, 1824. Oblong 4to. (McKee, No. 6311) 25 

Macready, W^m., as Romeo. — Colored portrait by WOODMAN, after painting by 

De Wilde. London, 1810. Folio. (McKee, No. 4103.) J. O. Wright & Co.. 35 

Miller, Joe, as Teague. — Mez. by A. MILLER, after painting by Charles Stoppelaer. 

1738. FoUo. (McKee, No. 4136) 49 

Mitchell, Wm., as Jem Bags in the "Wandering MinstreL" — Lith. published by 

Berford & Co., No. 2 Astor House, New York. (McKee. No. 6377) 41 

Mitchell, William, as Theophilus Barter.— Colored Uth. by W. H. SHOOSMITH. 

(Gilsey, No. 2012) 28 

Mitchell, Wm., ,a8 Theophilus Barter in the Farce of "Damp Beds." — Lith. by 

W. H. SHOOSMITH. (McKee, No. 6378.) Alfred Becks 80 



123 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

Mitchell, Wm., at Man-Fred.— Litb.. printed in colors. 4to. (McKee, No. 6380.) 

. .. .Alfred Becks $26 

Munden, Joseph S.— Mes. by S. W. REYNOLDS, after Sir John Opie. Folio. Open 

L. P. (Gllsejr, No. a088) 67 

Oldfleld, Mrs.— Mes. by B. FISHBB, after Richardson. Folio. (Gilsey, No. 2226).. 66 

O'Neill, Miss, as Isabelle. — Original water color drawing by J. BO ADEN. 8yo. 

(McKee, No. 4212.) J. 0. Wright & Co 76 

O'NeiU, Ellaabeth.— Original sepia drawing by DB WILDE, tinted, signed "D. W., 

1816," 4to. (McKee, No. WSO) 26 

Paine, Thomas (Misnamed Edward Payne, Esq.). — Mez. by JAMES WATSON, 

after C. W^. Pele (Charles Wilson Peale). London, 1783. Folio. (McKee, 

No. 4216.) J. Sabin S.i 

Pope, Mrs., as Juliet. — Mes. engr. by W. WARD, after painting by M. A. Shee. 

London, 18(H. (Gilsey, No. 2424) 26 

Powel, Harriet.— Mez. by J. R. SMITH, after painting by Wm. Peters. Pablished 

October 23, 177«, by John Boydell, London. 4to. (McKee, No. 4260.) 

J. Sabin 31 

I'uvfell (Wm.) and Bensley (Robt.) in the Characters of King John and Hubert. — 

Mez. engr. by VALENTINB GREBN, after J. Mortimer. London, 1771. 

Oblong foUo. (McKee. No. 4264) 31 

I*rlce, Stephen, Manager of Drury Lane, London, and Park Theatre, New York. — 

Mez. by T. LUPTON, after G. Clint. Folio. (Gilsey, No. 2470.) S.'S 

i'ritcbard, Uaniiah.— Mez. engr. by JAMES McARDELL, after painting by F. Hay- 
man. Pub. April 26. 1762. FoUo. (McKee, No. 4271.) 2G 

guin, Mr.— Mez. by JOHN FABBR. after T. Hudson. Folio. (Gilsey. No. 2487.).. 26 

guln, James, Mr.— Mez. by JOHN FABER. after painting by Thomas Hudson. Folio. 

(McKee. No. 4274.) 26 

Iltti*. Mr., as Hamlet. — Colored mez. engr. by C. TURNER, after painting by J. 

Pocock. Folio. (McKee, No. 4275.) 82 

Richmond Theatre Fire.— Engr. view in stipple, printed in colors. Philadelphia. 

B. Tanner, 1812. Oblong folio. (Gilsey. No. 2e4e.) 30 

Bugers, Major Robert. — Line and stipple engr., colored. From the Hibernian 

Magazine. Svo. (McKee. No. 4296.) J. Sabin 43 

"She Stoops to Conquer." Mr. Shuter, Mr. Quick and Mrs. Green, in the Charac- 
ters of Hardcastle. Tony Lumpkin and Mrs. Hardcastle. — By R. LAURIE, ' 
after Thomas Parkinson. London, 1776. Oblong folio. (McKee, No. 3795.).. 46 

Siddons, Mrs., as the Tragic Muse. — Mez. engr. by H. DAWK, after painting by Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. London, pub. by Jamea Bulcoek, 1S27. Proof, folio. 
(French, No. 480.) 36 

Slddous, Mrs. Sarah, as Zara in "The Mourning Bride." — By J. R. SMITH, after 
T. Lawrence. Pub. June 18. 1783, by Lawrence, when he was bat thirteen 
years old. Polio. (McKee. No. 4319.) 81 

iSidaous, Sarah.— Engr. by P. W. TOMPKINS, after J. Dowunaa. 4to. OraL 

(McKee, No. 66ia) 42 

J5ldd/U«, Sarah, as the Grecian Daughter. —By T. TROTTER, after painticg by T. 
Lawrence. Pub. September 8. 17S3, by T. Lawrence wbea bat tktrtcca years 
of age. Tinted, 4to, (McKee, No, 431S.) 26 

bimi/soQ, Edmund, Manager of the Park Theatre. — DagQemfotyrei ISm*. iMeK««, 

No. 6633.) .- 27 

ifr^. Miss A. M— Colored moz, engr. by C, Tl'RNKR, after |«tBtiBig »>y G. F. J«<ipfik. 

4to. (McKee. No. MftS.) 42 

VVstris, Madame Eliza. — Original water coIm* ^»rtr%tt ^ P. PRY. s^fsw A. S^vvc 

Wcstray. Miss' £ A— Orlglaal minlatuce portratt. r«zlAte4 <m Hvcy. IteK (VcKee^ 

So. 4404.^ 55 

H'tf&tU, Thomas, Early American Aelw^ aaA Masuacec. — C^rtc^OMtt watirr ctttor. 

iMcKte, No. «Taa.) 75 

^'.tkugVHi. Uarg&ret.— Mea. by J. PA6JUL attee raiatttiiiE ^ J>fteMM« JB)0idias 

E«rzrd. 1*45. UmmI^hi, pritttvdi fiMr Jvd« l^^aCt aaii KiHhrct WTdgr. :M S. 

(McKee, No. 44l9i 42 

V»vl6tgtv5. Mrs. Mai»aivt.— Mea. fciy MICMAU. aAeKSli>N. aJtve Mte X^Mtia. 

Pvlio. rir»t engr. ptutratt trf IVg W.>< to< {^vq^ vM>.4f;«ew N»*^ iR9?> 75 

W^Oii^ifi^' Margaret.— Mes. fc^ JAMK$ ^leJiKlMBUU «ft«c Ju Went v^»t:tM?« 3^ 

SO^ I V -. » 

H /mi.gC'>c. Mr* Mrs. 1^ JAMKS McAlU>VaJU af^r< v«&t«t»« >j( A, WmA. rv£&«v 

(UcKk^. Xo ««l» . AMtv* 1P»»^<L.... __ SX 

Vi'vlbugi'X:. MsfgarvC. as PWbe.— Mea. ¥? r^ VAV I^UCCCIfL a<*w Wl» <»•«« j oltgln ii. 

1747 SibaU l^ltA. »lte»c4^ N*. «M* .-It W^»JlwrttvSk 4k kV . - . X5 

W..fii.gloc. Mrt., as Pk*W - M^ ^ r V *.. at^^»e 9«^«iiiic ^ r X>it VdnK^ 

1747 r»iUe iMeKee. Xy< 443A> . M 

WvdScgt-uc. Margant. as PWW.--Mea. Vy rrtUUft VAX l».IU^Hk. a.ft« i?«m«ant ^r 

• Vas BIe«<k. iGt&wy. X* 3iW;T> Nft 

W.'vd, Mary Aaa (MIc* Paiwa*. «» S**m««Ii ^ *'*T^ MB*J?r4ii4y >it ripi/Nw^-^^vteQ^fi 

Pdlo. iMcK««. N* 44»ll^. J vK >k>||^ Jd yV » 

VbMiS: after r. UaiM^ rv«t^ vvi«^^lW^ X»^ ^»»«*.^ » 



PRINTS^DRAMATIC, 123 

Woodward, Henry, as Petrucblo. — ^Me«. by J. R. SMITH, after B. Vandergncbt. 

Folio. (Gllsey, No. 8048) $62 

Woodward, Henry, as Petmchlo. — Mei. by J. R, SMITH, after painting by B. Van- 
dergncbt. Folio. 2d S. Scratcbed P., before inscription. (McKee, No. 4432). 50 

Wooflter, Major-Oeneral Dayid. — ^Engr. portrait. 8vo. From tbe Hibernian Maga- 

alne. (McKee, No. 4433.) J. Sabin 27 

Yates, Anna Maria. — Mez. by RICHARD HOUSTON, after painting by J. Zoffany. 
Printed for R. Sayer, 1772. Folio. Scratcbed P., before inscription. (McKee, 
No. 1435) 25 

Toang, (Hiarles Mayne, as Hamlet.'— Original water color by H. HARDING, signed. 

1816. 8to, (McKee, No. 4438) 28 

Tounge. Miss, as Viola, in *'Twelftb Nlgbt." — Engr. by J. R. SMITH, after Francis 
Wbeatley. London, Robt. Sayer, 1774. 1st S., wltb scratched lettering. P. 
before inscription. (McKee, No. 6778) 52 



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OBITUARIES OCTOBER, 1900, TO OCTOBER, 1903. 



ANDERSON, ANDREAS.— A painter; born at Bergen, Nonvay, In 1809 and brought to this 
country by his parents in 1873; died In Boston, February 1, 1903. His childhood was 
•pent in Newport, B. I., and in 1889 he went to Boston and studied at the Cowles 
Art School. In 1891 he won the Longfellow Traveling Scholarship, which sent him 
to Paris for three years, where he was a pupil of the Julian Academy under Ben- 
jamin-Constant and Laurens. In 1894 he returned to Boston and taught there and 
painted portraits. 

BACON, JULIA.— A painter; born in Boston, Mass.; died in 1901. Pupil of E. C. Tarbell 
of that city. Member of the Boston Art Students' Association in 1894. 

BANNISTER, EDWARD M.— A landscape and cattle painter, born at St. Andrews, New 
Brunswick, 1833; died January 9, 1901. He was one of the best known negro paint- 
ers, though more familiar to the last generation than to this. Was a pupil of the 
Lowell Institute in Boston, and received a first class medal at the Centennial Ex- 
position, Philadelphia, 1876. The last twenty-five years of his life were spent at 
Providence, R. I. 

BANNISTER, JAMES. — An expert engraver; died at his home in Brooklyn October 11, 1901, 
in the eightieth year of his age. He was i native of England and came to this 
country in early life. One of the founders of the Franklin Bank Note Engraving 
Company, and one of its ofllcers until within a few years of his death. He was also 
a student of astronomy and the natural sciences. 

BATTERSON, JAMES 6.— The constructor of the Worth Monument, New York; born at 
Bloomfield, Conn., February 23, 1823; died at Hartford, Cpnn., September 18, 1901. 
He passed several years in Egypt, was an acknowledged authority on Egyptology, and 
became honorary secretary of the Egyptian Exploration Fund. While in Europe he 
studied art, also wrote poetry, and received the degree of M. A. from both Yale and 
Williams. He was president of the New England Granite Works, and the founder of 
the Travelers Insurance Company. In addition to the Worth Monument, in 1857, he 
constructed the NVitional Monument at Gettysburg; the statue of Alexander Hamil- 
ton in Central Park, New York; the Thayer Monument at West Point, N. Y.; the 
Antletam Monument; the Texas Revolutionary Mcmument in Galveston; the Halleck 
Monument at San Francisco; the Masonic Temple in New York city; the State Capi- 
tol at Hartford, and the Congressional Library at Washington. 

BEER, WILLIAM, JR. — An architect; bom in New York, January 10, 1851; died at his 
home at Bayonne, N. J., August 22, 1901. 

BESSEY, MARTHA DAVIS.— A designer for twenty-two years with Tiffany ft Co.; died in 
New York, January 16, 1901. She was a direct descendant of Roger Wolcott, Co- 
lonial Governor of Connecticut, and was born and brought up in New York city. Her 
artistic talent was developed along many branches of art work and she was specially 
proficient in flower painting, heraldic work, illuminating and the designing of 
badges and medals. She won the prize offered by the Board of Lady Bfanagers of 
the Chicago World's Fair, 1893, for the best design by a woman for a badge to be 
worn by members of the board. 

BIERSTADT, ALBERT, A. N. A. — A landscape painter; born near Ddsseldorf, Germany, 
January 7, 1830; died at his home in New York city, February 18, 1902. When 
one year old he was taken to New Bedford, Mass., where his youth was spent. At 
twenty-four he returned to his native town in Germany, and studied art for some 
years under Lessing, afterward going to Rome. He returned to the United States 
in 1859, but made frequent trips to Europe, spending much time at Venice and in 
Switserland. In a tour through the western part of the United States he gathered 
material for some of his most important pictures. "Settlement of California by the 
Spanish Priest, Father Junipero Serra" and "The Discovery of the Hudson River** 
are in the Capitol at Washington; "View on the Kern River" and "Sunset Amonff 
the Sierra Nevada Mountains" at the Hermitage, St. Petersburg; "Great Trees of 
California" in the Imperial Palace, Berlin; "Estes Park" is owned by the Earl of 
Dunraven; "Valley of the Yosemite," in Lenox Collection. New York Public Li- 
brary; "Laramie Peak," in the Academy of Fine Arts. Buffalo; and "A Mountain 
Peak," in the Corcoran Gallery at Washington, are among some of his best known 
works. He was elected an associate of tlie National Academy of Design in 1860 and 
was a member of the Boston Art Club, National Institute of Arts and Letters, the 
Century Association, the American Geographical Society, the Musical Art Society and 



OBITUARIES. 137 

the Union League Club. Medals were awarded to him in Austria, Germanj, Ba* 
Taria and -Beleium. He was made Cheralier of the Legion of Honor in 1867, re- 
celTHl the Order of St. Stanislaus of Russia in 1868, the second class in 1872, and 
re<^iTed the Imperial Order of the Medjidi from the Sultan of Turkey in 1886. 

BLAKESLEE, WALTER. — A scenic artist, and « graduate of Tale Art School, died at New 
HaTen, Conn., June 15, 1902, in the fiftieth year of his age. 

BLOOR, HENRY PRITCHARD. — A designer and constructor of church windows; bom in 
Edinburgh, Scotland; died in Broolclyn, N. Y., April 18, 1902, in the seyenty-flfth 
year of his age. He studied the designing and coloring of windows in Scotland, then 
came to America and established a decorative glass plant in 'Brooklyn, which he con- 
ducted for forty years. 

BLVM, ROBERT FREDERICK. N. A.— A painter; bom in Cincinnati, O., July 9, 1857; 
died at his home in the old Greenwich Village section of New York city on June 
8, 1903. He bad a public school education, and at the age of sixteen was appren- 
ticed in a lithographic house, where he remained for tbree years. He devoted his 
evenings to the study of art, and later entered the McMicken Art School of Design 
in Cincinnati. In 1879 he settled in New York, and aroused the interest of Mr. 
Alexander W. Drake, then the art editor of Scribner's Monthly. He made fre- 
quent trips to Europe, visiting Madrid, Toledo, Venice and Holland, and in 1890 
went to Japan to prepare the illustrations for Sir Edwin Arnold's "Japonica." At 
the Paris Exposition of 1889 his painting, "The Lacemakers," was awarded a bronze 
medal, and he also received a sliver medal for illustrations; at the Paris Exposition 
in 1900 he received a bronze medal, and at the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901, a gold medal. He was elected an Associate of the National Academy of 
Design in 1892, and a full member the following year. He was also a member of 
the Society of American Artists, the American Water Color Society and the Society 
of Mural Painters. His most striking work is the mural decoration in Mendelssohn 
Hall, in New York city. The frieze on the west wall has the composition entitled 
"Music," while opposite is "A Vintage Festival in Greece." The arch over the 
stage was yet to be executed. At the time of his death he was engaged with A. B. 
Wenzel in decorating the New Amsterdam Theatre. 

B06ARDUS, JOHN S. — An architect; born at Fishkill-on-the-Hudson, N. Y., December 27, 
1828; died at Stamford, Conn., June 14, 1903. As a young man he did work in 
Yonkers and other towns along the Hudson. He settled in Stamford, Conn., where 
he planned more business blocks than any other architect. 

BOTTICHER. PAUL G. — An architect and builder; died at his home at Newark, N. J., 
November, 1902, at the age of fifty-nine years. He drew the plans for the Federal 
Building in Newark, and many other structures in New Jersey. 

BOYD, THOMAS. F. A. I. A.— An architect; died at Pltteburg In June, 1902. He de- 
signed the Court Houses in Lexington, Georgetown and Nickelsville, Ky., and Beaver, 
Pa.; the First National Bank, the First U. P. Church, Pltteburg, Pa., etc. He was 
a Fellow of the A. I. A. and a charter member of the Pittsburg Chapter. 

BRADISH, ALVAH. — A portrait painter; born in Sherburne, N. Y., September 4, US06; 
died in Detroit, April 20, 1901. Spent the early part of his life in the western 
part of N^w York State, but later went to Chicago, St. Paul and Detroit. 

BRIGGS, WARREN C. — A landscape painter; born in Brooklyn, N. Y.; died at his home 
in New York city, January 3, 1903, at the age of thirty-six. He was a pupil of 
James M. Hart. 

BRISCOE. FRANKLIN D.— Painter; born in Baltimore in 1844; died at his home in Phila- 
delphia, August 29, 1903. When sixteen years old he became a pupil of Edward Moran 
and spent the greater part of his life in Philadelphia. Executed a series of ten 
paintings of the Battle of Gettysburg, and was also noted for his marine scenes. 

BROWN. JOHN APPLETON, A. N. A.— Painter; bom Newburyport, Mass., July 24, 1844; 
died in New York, January 8, 1902. Pupil of B. C. Porter in Boston; Emile Lambiuet 
in Paris. Was awarded a medal at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. He was 
an associate of the National Academy of Design, a member of the Society of American 
Artists 1892, and of the New York Water Color Club. 

BURKE, CHARLES CHRISTOPHER.— An architect: bora In Scotland, May 29, 1815; died 
at Memphis, Tenn., September 11, 1901. He received his early education at the 
London University, after which he went to Paris and took a complete course in archi- 
tecture and civil engineering. Going to New York, he pursued his profession in that 
city for many years. He then went South, where his practice consisted of engi- 
neering work for the planters of Louisiana and Mississippi. In 1859 he settled in 
Memphis, where he became the city engineer and was county surveyor from 1870 to 
1884. From this time on his work was largely architectural, his chief characteristic 
being massive construction, such as storehouses, and he also designed many churches. 

CABOT, EDWARD C, F. A. I. A. — An architect; bora in Boston, April, 1818; died in 
January, 1901. He attended school in Boston and Brookline, Mass., and his first 
commission was for the Boston Athenaeum, won in competition in 1846. He de- 



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aigued the Boston Theatre and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, in association 
with Mr. Chandler. He was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and 
was preHldent of the Boston Chapter for thirty-three years, a member of the Boston 
Art Club and the American Water Color Society. 

CARRISS, HENRY T.— A painter; born In Pftlladelphla in 1850; died in that city, Septem- 
ber 18, 1903. He is noted for his figure pictures, and was also a designer of stained 
glass and other decorative details of architecture. He was at one time the president 
of the Sketch Club of Philadelphia, and was a member of the Art Club of Philadel- 
phia. 

CHAMPNEY, J. WELLS, A. N. A.— A painter; born in Boston, July 16, 1843; died In 
New York, May 1, 1903, by failing down an elevator shaft. At an early age be 
started as a wood engraver, and in 1866 went to Paris, where he studied under 
Edouard FrCrc. After further studies at the Academy In Antwerp, he returned to 
the United States and opened a studio in Boston. In 1882 he was elected an Abso- 
ciati' of the National Academy of Design, and was a member of the American 
Water Color Society, the Boston Art Club, a governor of the National Arts Club, 
a member of the Century AssAciation, the Players, the American Fine Arts Society 
and the Metronolitan Museum of Art. His early work he signed "Champ," but 
later gave his full name. He established a reputation as a genre painter of rural 
scenes, and especially of country home life. Somewhere about 1880 he practically 
abandoned oils and water colors to devote his entire energies to pastel, In which 
medium he made many "translations" of noted pictures in foreign galleries. 

CHEE;SEB0R0UGH, MARY hugger.— a miniature painter of Charleston, S. C; died at 
Saratoga, ^. Y., July 8, 1902, in the seventy-ninth year of her age. 

CLARK, EDWARD, F. A. I. A.— An architect; born in Philadelphia, August 15, 1822; died 
in Washington, D. C, January 6, 1902. He was educated In the public schools of 
Philadelphia, and was instructed in engineering by his uncle, Thomas Clark, and in 
drawing by bis father. At an early age he entered the office of Thomas U. Walter, 
who designed the extension of the United States Capitol. Mr. Clark was made 
superintendent of the construction of the extension of the Patent Office and General 
Post Office, when Mr. Walter was placed in charge of these buildings in 1851. Mr. 
Walter resigned his position as architect of the Capitol In 1865, and Mr. Clark was 
appointed as his successor. He was continuously employed on the architectural work 
of the Government for fifty-one years. He was elected a Fellow of the American In- 
stitute of Architects in 1888. Possessed of a remarkably retentive memory, a lover 
of books and music from his childhood, he was a collector of music, and left what 
was probably the largest private collection in Washington. 

CLARK, JONATHAN. — A builder, was born In England and came to this country in 1848, 
and settled in Chicago: died at his winter home near Frultland, Cal., February 6, 
1902. One of bis first buildings, the Academy of Design, was the finest of its kind, 
and the first erected in Chicago exclusively in the interests of the fine arts. 

CLOUGH, GEORGE L. — A landscape painter; born at Auburn, N. Y.; died in that town, 
February 20, 1001, aged seventy-seven years. The greater part of his life was spent 
. abroad. For seven years he was president of the Art Club of Brooklyn. 

COBB, CYRUS. — Sculptor, painter and musician; bom at Maiden, Mass., August 6, 1834; 
died at his home In Allston, Mass., January 29, 1903. His twin brother, Darius 
Cobb, Is Also noted as a nalnter. He was a pupil of John A. Jackson. His first 
work In patriotic sculpture was the Soldiers' Monument on Cambridge Common, and 
be produced many works of sculpture and painting of a national character, besides 
directing choruses and lecturing on art. He was a member of the Boston Art Club. 

COLLINS. ALFRED QUINTON. A. N. A.— A painter; bom in Soston in 1862; died at 
Cauibri(l»;t> (Mass.) Hospital, July 19. 1903. Going to Paris, he studied with Bon- 
iiat, and made a s|>«'elalty of painting portraits. Among his most noted portraits 
ni*t> thom> of tho Rev. Dr. Ruiiinford and Hon. John Jay. He became a member 
of the Society of .\merican Artists in 1889, and was elected an Associate of the 
National Academy of Design In 1902. 

COOK, HARVEY.— An architect; born In England; died at Tucson. Arts., March 26. 1908, 
In the thirtieth year of his age. He was a member of the firm of Harvey 9c, Bunce, 
of Paterson, N. J., and had gone to Tucson in* search of health. 

COPE. WALTER, F. A. I. A.— An architect: bora in Philadelphia. October 20. 1860: died at his 
home In that city, Novomlx^r 1, 1902. He was graduated from the Friends' School in 
l^hiladelphia. s|HMit some years in the office of a builder, was a draughtsman under two 
Philadelphia nrchitects, and then spt^nt some time In foreign travel. Soon after his 
return from Kun>pe in 18^5 he formed a partnership with John Stewardson, which 
ct>ntinue4l up to the time of the latter's death, when his place in the firm was taken 
by his brother, Emlen L. Stewardson. A partial list of the work of Cope ft 
Stewardson Includes dormitories of Bryn Mawr College; Dormitories, Law School 
and Medical Laboratories of the University of Pennsylvania: the Washington UnlTer> 
slty of St. Louis: and many fine residences, among them the Cassatt house at Boa»- 
mount. Pa. He was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. 



OBITUARIES. 139 

CORY, MRS. FLORENCE ELIZABETH.— A practical textile designer; born in Syracuse, 
N. Y.; died in New York city, March 20. 1902. She tools up designing in 1877, 
being led to It by the sight of ugly carpets. After a course of theory in Cooper 
Union, she visited representative factories of the United States, and became familiar 
with the practical end of the business, and became a designer of wall paper, woolens 
and sillES, as well as carpets. After conducting classes at Cooper Union, in 1881 
she founded and conducted until her death the School of Industrial Art and Technical 
Design in New York. 

COX. CHARLES HUDSON. — A landscape painter; born in Liverpool, England, on January 
28. 1829; died at bis home at Waco, Tex., August 7, 1901. He studied in England 
and was a member of the Liverpool Water Color Society. He was a cotton broker 
in Liverpool, and continued in the export business at Waco, Tex., where he settled 
and was director of the Waco Art League. He was also instructor at the summer 
Chautauqua at Boulder, Col. He received numerous awards for water colors at 
Southern exhibitions and a premium at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN WILTON.— A painter; born in St. Louis, Mo.; died near San An- 
tonio, Tex., August' 28, 1903. He was a pupil of the Fine Arts School of St. Louis 
and of the Julian Academy in Paris, and was awarded honorable mention at the 
Paris Salon 1^ 1890. He was a member of the St. Louis Association of Painters and 
Sculptors. 

DS LA HARPE, JOSEPH.— A scenic artist; born in Switzerland about 1850; died in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., February 11, 1901. Came to the United States when a boy and 
settled in Salt Lake City. He made sketches and paintings for Brigham Young, 
and painted portraits which are now in the Mormon Temple. He came East and 
took up the work of scene painting; altogether he painted scenery for forty-seven 
theatres, twenty-four of which were in New York and Brooklyn. Among bis first 
patrons was Augustln Daly. 

DICKSON, WALTER, F. A. I. A.— An architect; born in Albany, N. Y.; died at bis home in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., in September, 1903, at the age of sixty-eight. He was educated in 
Albany, was the architect of the Albany Post Office, and was instrumental in the plac- 
ing of bronze tablets throughout the city, commemorating Albany's bi-centennial. He 
had lived in Brooklyn about fifteen years and was the architect of several public 
buildings in New York, including the new City Prison. He was elected a Fellow of 
the American Institute of Architects in 1877. 

DIREIS, OUSTAVUS. — An Illustrator, best known, perhaps, as the originator of the 
*'BugviUe Sketches," died at his home in New York on June 10, 1902. 

DODD, GEORGE S. — An architect; died at his home in West Orange, N. J., November 30, 
1902, in the forty-second year of his age. 

DOLPH, JOHN H., N. A. — A painter; born at Fort Ann, N. Y., In 1835; died in New York 
city, September 28, 1903. He began his career by painting portraits in Detroit in 1857, 
and came to New York a few years later. He studied animal painting under Van 
Kuyck in Antwerp, paying particular attention to horses. He began to make a 
reputation in 1875, when be painted a Persian cat, and from that time he made a 
specialty of cats and dogs. He was awarded a bronze medal at the Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. He was made an Associate of the National Academy of 
Design in 1877 and a full member in 1S98. He was a member of the Lotos and 
Salmagundi Clubs, and was several times elected president of the Kit-Kat Club. 

DONOOHUE, JOHN. — A sculptor; bom in Chicago; his body was found on the shores 
of Lake Whitney, near New Haven, Conn., on July 3, 1903. He studied at the 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and traveled and worked in many countries of Eu- 
rope. His colossal group, "Sophocles Leading the Chorus After the Battle of Sal- 
lls," was awarded a first prize at the Columbian Exposition at Chicago, 1893. He 
designed the "St. Paul" in the Congressional Library at Washington; « "The St. 
Louis of France" for the Appellate Court House, New York; but perhaps the best 
known of all his works was his "Egyptian Ibis." Was awarded honorable mention 
at the Paris Salon of 1886. 

DURKIN, JOHN. — An illustrator; came from the West about twelve years ago. He died 
in New York, May 12, 1903, aged thirty-five years. 

EARLE, WINTHROP. — A sculptor; was born in Yonkers, N. Y. ; died at his home in 
New York city, March 2, 1902, at the age of thirty-two. He studied sculpture 
nmicr Augustus Saint (iaudous in Now York, and later at the Ecole dus Beaux-Arts 
and under Rodin and Colarossi in Paris. He was a member of the Art Students' 
League of New York. 

EATON, C. HARRY, A. N. A. — Painter and illustrator; born at Akron, O., December 
13, 1850; died at his home at Leonia, N. J., August 4, 1901. At the death of bis 
father he inherited a sum of money, but his Investments were a failure, and be 
turned to bis art, which before had been only an amusement. He moved to New 
York, and became an Associate of the National Academy of Design and a member 
of the Water Color Society, of which he was secretary for fourteen years. He 
was awarded a silver medal In Boston in 1887 and a gold medal in 1888; the Evans 



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Prize at the American Water Color Society Exhibition in 1888 for "The Brook"; while 
his "Willows" received a gold medal at the Art Club of Philadelphia in 1900. He 
had a group of three paintings at the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901, for 
which a bronze medal was awarded a few days after his death. 

BLLICOTT, HENRY J.— A sculptor; bom near Ellicott, Md., in 1848; died suddenly at 
his home in Washington, D. C, on February 11, 1901. Received bis early education 
in Washington, and afterward at the National Academy of Design. His equestrian 
statues of General Hancock in Washington and of General McClellan in Philadel- 
phia are probably his best known productions, lie was long identifli'd with public 
works in Washington. 

BVANS, THOMAS D., F. A. I. A.— An architect; born in Wales, July 21, 1844; died in 
Pittsburg, Pa., June 20, 1903. He came to America in 1856, with his father, and 
settled in Pittsburg. He studied architecture in the office of Barr & Moser, and 
began to practice for himself \jx 1871; was a charter member of the Pittsburg Chapter, 
and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Among the prominent Iralld- 
ings erected by him were Shakespeare Public School, State Reformatory at Huntington, 
and Academy of St. Xavier at Latrobe. He had Just completed plans for the Soldiers 
Memorial Hall to be erected in Allegheny County. 

FALCON^ER, JOHN M.— A painter; born in Edinburgh, Scotland, May 22, 1820; died In 
New York city. March 12. 1903. He came to the United States in 1861 and was a 
pupil of the National Academy of Design. Traveled extensively in Europe, and bis 
oil paintings were principally of historic buildings in Europe and in America. He 
also worked in water colors, enamel on porcelain and etching on copi;)er. During the 
latter part of his life he made a specialty of the conservation and restoration of 
paintings. He was a member of the American Water Color Society. 

FARRER, HENRY. — A painter; bom in London, England, March 23, 1843; came to this 
country in 1861; died at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., on February 24, 1903. For 
many years he was secretary of the American Water Color Society, and was a con- 
stant contributor to its exhibitions. He was also a member of the New York Etch- 
ing Club, the Artists' Fund Society, honorary member of the Philadelphia Society of 
Etchers and Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers of London. 

FERGUSON, G. M.— An architect; died at his home at Mobile, Ala., on December 2, IWXi, 
at the age of sixty-two. He was well known in the South, and drew the plans for 
the buildings of the New Orleans Exposition in 1885. 

FIEDLER, WILLIAM AUGUST, F. A. I. A.— An architect; bora in Elb^n, Germany, and 
came to America thirty-two years ago; died in Chicago, April 22, 1903, aged sixty 
years. He was formerly architect to the Board of Education, and supervised the con- 
struction of fifty-eight school buildings. He was the architect of the Germania Club. 

FULLER, GEORGE A. — An architect; bora in Templeton, Mass., in 1851; died in Chicago 
on December 14, 1900. After being graduated from Afldover College he took a 
special course at the Boston School of Technology, and then entered the office of 
Peabody k, Steams, where at the age of twenty-five be was made a partner, and took 
charge of the New York office. He was president of the George A. Fuller Company, 
and it was through his efforts that many of the high office buildings were erected, 
and to this firm is due the credit of having originated many of the constractlon meth- 
ods now in use. Many important buildings were erected by the firm in New York, 
Boston, St. Louis, Pittsburg and Chicago; in the latter city twenty -eight of the 
largest buildings were erected under Mr. Fuller's personal supervision, and many 
of the W^orld's Fair stractures were built by him. 

FULLER, JAMES E., F. A. I. A. — An architect; born in Warwick, near the New Hamp- 
shire line, October 5, 1836; died at Worcester, Mass., July 81, 1901. He was appren> 
ticed to his brother, a contractor, and when twenty-three became a master builder 
on bis own account. In 1865 he moved to Worcester, Mass., and became a pupil of 
the architect Elbridge Boyden; later formed a partnership, and the firm of Barle 
& Fuller erected many prominent buildings, including All Saints Church and the 
Clark Block. In 1878 he formed a partnership with Ward P. Delano, and the firm 
of Fuller & Delano was closely associated with the growth of Worcester for over 
twenty years, having planned among other structures the Young Men's Christian 
Association Building, the Armory and the Old South Church. He was a Fellow of 
the American Institute of Architects and a member of the Worcester Chapter. 

FULLER, SARAH E. — One of the pioneer wood and steel engravers In this country; died 
at her country home, Lynbrook, N. Y., on Decenlber 14, 1901, at the age of seventy- 
two. For many years she did work for Harper's and most of the prominent publish- 
ing houses in New York. 

GERHARD, GEORGE. — A portrait painter; bom at Hanau, Germany; died at his home 
In New York, November 10, 1902, aged seventy-two years. He studied art In Paris, 
and came to this country in 1859, where he made a specialty of portrait painting. 
Among other prominent persons who sat for him were General Grant, Senator Depew 
and Archbishop Corrigan. 



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GOSHORIC, A. T. — Director of the Cincinnati Musoum Association; died at his home in 
Clifton, that city, on February 19, 1902. His success in the management of the 
famous industrial expositions given In Clucinnatl, thirty and more years ago, led to 
his appointment as Director General of the Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia In 
1876. 

HAMILTON, EDGAR SCUDDER. — A painter; bom In San Antonio, Tex., July 31, 1869; 
died in Sulliran County, N. Y., June 3, 1903. He commenced the study of art when 
very young; went to New York in 1888, where he was a pupil of the Art Students' 
League under Brush and Metcalfe. Later he went to Paris, where he was a pupil 
of the Julian Academy under Benjamin-Constant and Laurens, and the Bcole des 
Beaux- Arts under G6rOme. Spent the greater part of his life in New York city and 
Stamford, Conn. In 1901 be was affected with consumption and was obliged to 
travel for his health. 

HAMMOND, JANE NYE. — ^The leading woman sculptor in Rhode Island; bom in New 
York city, March 8, 1857; died at her home in Providence, R. I., October 23, 1901. 
She studied In Paris under Injalbert and Bartlett; at the time of the World's Fair 
In Chicago was a member of the Board of Sculpture, and exhibited several pieces; 
to the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901, she sent two portrait busts. 

HARRISON, GABRIEL.— Painter, actor and author; bora In Philadelphia, March 25, 1818; 
died In Brooklyn, N. Y., December 15, 1902. In 1838 he Joined the National Theatre 
Company in New York, and played Othello to Mr. Wallack's lago. In 1851 be orga- 
nized the Academy of Arts in Brooklyn, and In 1863 opened the Park Theatre in that 
city. He was one of the first in this country to produce the portraits known as 
daguerreotypes, and he achieved distinction as a landscape painter and won prizes 
at the Crystal Palace in London and at the World's Fair in New York. His writ- 
ings were chiefly dramatic. 

HART, JAMES M., N. A. — A painter; bom at Kilmarnock, Scotland, May 10, 1828; died 
at bis home in Brooklyn, N. Y., October 24, 1901. He came to America In 1834, and 
lived In Albany; went to Europe in 1852, studied in Munich, and In Dttsseldorf under 
Professor Schirmer. In 1857 he settled in New York; was made an Associate of the 
National Academy of Design In 1857 and in 1869 was elected an Academician. He 
received a medal at the Centennial Exposition In 1876, silver and gold medals at Me- 
chanics Institute, Boston, and a bronze medal at the Paris Exposition of 1889. His 
painting, "The Drove at the Ford," is in the Ck>rcoran Gallery at Washington; "At 
the Brookside" is in the Metropolitan Museum in New York. A sale of his paintings 
was held at the Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New York, February 20 and 21, 1902, 
when 146 canvases were sold for the total of $20,287.60. 

HASTINGS, WILLIAM GRANVILLE.— Sculptor; bora in England about 1868; died In Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y., June 13, 1902. Studied in London and Paris, and in 1886 devoted him- 
self to the study of sculpture and art pottery. Came to the United States in 1891, 
and executed, among other works, the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument at Pawtucket, 
R. I.; the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument at Orange, N. J., and the Lincoln Monu- 
ment at Cincinnati, 0. 

HAYDEN, CHARLES H. — ^A painter; bora at Plymouth, Mass., August 4, 1856; died at 
Belmont, Mass., August 4, 1901. He was a pupil of the Museum of Fine Arts in 
Soston, and of Boulanger, Lefebvre and Collin in Paris; received an honorable men- 
tion at the Paris Exposition of 1889; the Jordan prize in Boston in 1895; a silver 
medal at the Atlanta Exposition, 1895, and a bronze medal at the Paris Exposition 
In 1900. He was a member of the Boston Water Color Society. In his will he left 
the sum of $60,000 to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 

HITCHCOCK, ARTHUR E., A. A. I. A. — An architect; bora in Perrysburg, 0., December 20, 
1866; died November 22, 1902. He was a graduate of Oberlln Colloge, had eight 
years' experience of practical architectural work at Toledo, 0., and then spent two 
years in the architectural schools of Philadelphia and Boston. In 1894 he returaed to 
Toledo, and under the firm name of Becker .& Hitchcock erected a number of promi- 
nent buildings In that city, among them the Newbury School and the Messiugcr 
Block. He was a member of the Boston Architectural Club and the Toledo Tile 
Club, and had been elected an Associate of the American Institute of Architects in 
May, 1902. 

JACKSON, THOMAS R.— An architect; bora in London, England, April 1, 1826; died at his 
home in Yonkers, N. Y., Febraary 2, 1901. When five years of age he was brought 
to this country; received a classical education and later studied architecture with 
Mr. Upjohn. Among his early works were the old Academy of Music in 14th St., 
Tammany Hall and Jerome Park Club House and Race Course, New York. He was 
Superintendent of Public 'Buildings for five years, having been appointed by John 
Sherman, Secretary of the United States Treasury. 

JENKS, COL. ALBERT. — A portrait painter; born in New York; died in Los Angeles, 
Cal., July 22, 1901, at the age of seventy-seven years. 

KENDALL, EDWARD HALE, F. A. I. A.— An architect; bora In Boston July 30, 1842; died 
at his home in New York on March 10, 1901. He studied in Paris and then in Boston 
In the office of the architect G. J. F. Bryant, a brother of the poet; later be moved 



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to New York and erected many Important buildings. His chief works are perhaps the 
first plans of the Equitable Building, the German Savings Bank, the Field Building, 
No. 1 Broadway, two Navarro houses and the Washington 'Bridge, of which he was con- 
sulting architect. That the Tarsney law was enacted by Congress was due largely to 
his persistence while president of the American Institute of Architects. He became 
a member ot the A. I. A. in 1S68 and was its president in 1892 and 1893, and presi- 
dent of the New York Chapter from 1884 to 1888, besides being president of the 
• World's Convention of Architects, held during the Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 
1893. 

KIMEROUGH, FRANK RICHMOND.— An artist; born in Tennessee, and for some time a 
resident of Rhode Island; died in England in December, 1902. He went to England 
in 1898 to study at the Herkomer School in Bushey, but soon left for London, where 
he found many commissions for book covers and illustrations. 

KRAUS. ADOLPH F. — A sculptor; bom at Zealenroda, Germany, August 5, 1850; died at 
the Danvers (Mass.) Insane Hospital on November 7, 1901. He was the winner of 
the Grand Prize of Rome, and settled in America in 1881. Among his best known 
works in this country are the Theodore Parker and the "Crispus Attucks" monuments, 
and he was the sculptor of the winged figures of "Victory" that crowned the towers 
uf Machinery Hall at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1S93. 

LAMB, HUGH. — An architect; bom in Scotland; died at his home in East Orange, N. J., 
on .\prli 3, 1903, at the age of fifty-four. His work included the Barnard College 
building and the German- American Building at Liberty and Nassau Streets, New 
York. 

LANE. THOMAS HENRY.— A miniature painter; bom in Philadelphia, February 24, 1816; 
died at Elizabeth. N. J., September 27, 1900. Early in life he was associated with 
Kdgar Allan Vvi^ as business manager of the Broadway Journal; later he moved to 
Waahington and studied art under Emanuel Leutxe. 

LE BRUN, NAPOLEON EUGENE HENRY CHARLES, F. A. L A.— An architect; bom in 
Philadelphia. January 2, 1821; died at his home in New York on July 9, 1901. 
At ilio age of iifl*H»u he entortnl the offliv of Thomas T. Walter, architect of the 
United States CapltoL He practiced his profession in Philadelphia from 1842 until 
1865. when he removed to New York. Among the prominent buildings designed by 
him in I'hlladelphia aro the CathiHlral. the .Academy of Music, the Girard Estate 
Building: in New York the Masonic Temple, the New York Foundling Asylum, the 
Metropolitan Insurance Building in Madison Square and the Board of Education Build- 
ing. He Joined the American Institute of Architects in lS«$v and was twice presi- 
dent of the New York Chapter, and also president of the WUlard Arcbitectnral Com- 
mission, organised to form a collection of architectural modtrls and casts for the 
New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

LORD. JAMES BROWN.— An architect: bora In New York, AprU Se. 18^9; died at his home 
la that city on June 1. 1902. He was a graduate of Princeton Uaiversity, and then 
studied architecture with William A. Potter. He designed many ot New York*8 best 
known structures, among them being the two DeUuonico buildings, the Hospital for 
Babies, the Appellate Court building, the latter being probably the principal strnctore 
erected frvim his designs, and which is said to be tlie first er^r coastrncted in Amer- 
ica tu which the architect had the entire control of the sculpture and moral decorations 
as wtrli &s the construction of the building. 

LOBING, CHARLES GREELY.— Director of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts: was bora 
In Busiub, July 2:^ 18U8: died at his h^me at Beverly. Mass.. August In 1902. He 
w&s gfAviuaied from Harvard ColWge with the class of l:^4:^ obtalnixig in 1S51 the 
degrve uf A. M. He accompani«^ P7v<f. Louis Agassis on an exploring expedition to 
tt>c «£vinrs I'f Lake Superior, and later spent son^ years in Eur\>pe. In lS6il be en- 
Ust«id as a private in the Uxiioa araty and was appo^iated oo the staff of G<»ieral 
Bu.'LMdf; tf was i»n.»uioced fur braxerr. uutil at tbf t'cse ke was uiascered oat of 
svrviee he bure the rank of maJorsi;eaeral. lai October. 157:2; General Lorisg nn<fortook 
the iusiallatton of the Way Egyptian Collectioa fv.>r the Museam of Fine Arts In Bo^ 
t<^£: was spp^inted curator of the Mttse«uu ia l$7¥^ aa4 rvaiaised the executive Iwad 
Kr turct^ s:s >rar». 

McKELLAR, ARCHIBALD.— A sculp tv>r: boru in rsHTey. Jcvtlaod, October 23* 1S44; died la 
B;td^c[,«jr(. Cjcu.. July 4. i:^»L He was cvajwvcv*! with the Moaumeatal Brooxe Cm»- 
ftuy. ^t Ntfw Vjrk, as its scalptvr. ao^ at tie ttate ^/f hi* death was sa;periatenAeAt 
of lis wwr&s at Bridgvpcrt ar»i a director ef the cvmjwiay. His hcvnae »catTse of 
Jac;<.s A. t>Artl«Id. at Wilstisgton. IVL. was cilosea ui c^jmpecition.. His he«t kaowm 
p;e;c«, "IVfcwSe of the Flag.** has heea copsed B*irij U^AW" times. 

UATTHEVV;^. GL'ORGC. A. A. L A.— Aa architect: Ihwri m l<rtj;i*w'ck. Me., ana died In 
i!k«u«;ii Ouy, M.".. Sej-t-emter 2». liWiJ. at l&e 'A^^v -^i ? rcj-cbrw. He w:is made an 
A««..k:4(t t ite American lostitute of Architect* in 1>5W. a;jd w;»* a atembec <rf tk« 
Ea;.»4* Cuj C24pt7r 

MINGLE. JOSEPH F-— A paloter: bom i» FhiI»J(eJi>h:a, Juiie ^3» l3S»; «ed Us tJtor ctty, 
b;ai»«ll iv laud»ca(<es ami iu;&rfi»v^ 



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MORAN, EDWARD. — A paluter; born at Bolton, Lancashire, England, August 19, 1829; died 
at bla home in New York city, June 9, 1901. When he was twelve years old the 
family came to America and settled in Maryland, moving later to Philadelphia. He 
was a pupil of James Hamilton and Paul Webber in the latter city. His principal 
work was In landscape and marines, and his most important series, begun twenty 
years ago and finished soon after the close of the war with Spain, consisted of thir- 
teen paintings, representing as many important epochs In the marine history of the 
United States. This group was exhibited in many of the principal cities, and in his 
will Mr. Moran provided that unless a purchaser could be found for the entire series 
at $40,000 it should go to the New York Public Library. No purchaser was found, 
and it will have a prominent place in the building now being erected. He was a 
member of the American Water Color Society, a charter member of the Lotos Club and 
at one time its vice-president. His brothers, Peter and Thomas; his sons, Percy and 
Leon, and his wife, Mary Nimmo Moran, are all well known artists. At a sale of 
his paintings held February 6 and 7, 1902, at the Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, New 
York, 107 canvases brought |1G,505. 

MORGAN, WILLIAM, A. N. A. — A painter; born in Loudon, England, 1836; died In 1900. 
He was a pupil of the National Academy of Design in Now York, was elected an As- 
sociate of the National Academy in 1862, and was a member of the Artists' Fund So- 
ciety. 

MUNCKWITZ, JULIUS F.— An architect; born in Lelpsic, Germany; died November 10. 
1902, In New York city, at the age of seventy-one. He came to this country In 1849, 
and held the post of Supervising Architect and Superintendent of Parks in New 
York city from 1871 to 1884. 

MUNDELL, WILLIAM A.— An architect; born in Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1844; died in that 
city on February 10, 1903. He designed and supervised the construction of many 
large buildings in Brooklyn, among them the Hall of Records, Kings Coimty Alms- 
house, and the armories of the Fourteenth, Twenty-third and Forty-seventh regiments. 

MUNGER, GILBERT.— An artist; bom in Madison, Conn., on April 14, 1837; died in Wash- 
ington, D. C, January 27, 1903. He went to school in New Haven, and at fourteen 
was in Washington as an engraver; was employed by the Smithsonian Institute and 
started the Bureau of Lithography in Washington. He spent two years with Prof: 
Louis Agassiz on special work in the Indian Ocean. At the beginning of the Civil 
War he enlisted, was made lieutenant of engineers and helped to build the forts 
erected to defend Washington. After the close of the war he went to the Rocky 
Mountains, where he painted, and his landscapes brought him a fortune from Eng- 
lish collectors. He lived in Europe seventeen years. His "Niagara Falls" was bought 
by the Prussian Government for |5,000, and many decorations were bestowed upon him. 
He became a friend of Sir John Millals in England, and for some years lived in the 
village of Barbizon, France, returning to America in 1893. The Hon. William J. 
White, of Cleveland, O., owns eight or ten of this artist's best works. 

NAST, THOMAS.— A caricaturist; born at Landau, Bavaria, September 27, 1840; died of 
yellow fever at Guayaquil, Ecuador, on December 7, 1902. He was brought to Amer- 
ica in 1840; at the age of fifteen furnished sketches for Frank Leslie's Illustrated 
Newspaper, where bis first assignment was to do a prize fight in Canada. Then he 
went to England to make sketches for the New York Illustrated News. His war pic- 
tures produced for Harper's Weekly are among his most notable works. He was the 
first to Introduce caricature work into America, and his pictures of war scenes, of 
Andrew Johnson, and of the Tweed Ring, had great influence on the politics of the 
time. He also painted in oil and water colors. On May 15, 1902, he was appointed 
Consul-General to Ecuador. 

NEILSON, J. CRAWFORD. — An architect; died at his home, Priestford, in Hartford County, 
Md., on December 29, 1900, aged eighty-four years. He designed the Academy of 
Music, Grace Church, and many other churches in Baltimore; was the architect of the 
State Capitol at Columbia, S. C, erected many public and private buildings in Vir- 
ginia, and his last work was at Ellis Island, in New York harbor. 

OGILVIE, CLINTON, A. N. A.— A painter; born in New York city in 1838; died in that 
city, November 29, 1900. Ho studied art under James Hart, and made a specialty of 
landscapes and 8p«'nt several scarfons in Europe, where he painted t'rench and Swiss 
scenerj". Elected on Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1804. 

OLMSTEAD, FREDERICK LAW.— A landscape architect; born at Hartford, Conn., April 
26, 1822; died at his home at Waverly, Mass., on August 28, 1903. He studied engineer- 
ing and chemical and physical science in their relation to agriculture at Yale; then en- 
gaged himself to a farmer as a common laborer with a view of learning the practical 
details of farming. When the Central Park Commission was created in New York city 
in 1856 he was awarded the highest premium for his plans for its laying out, there 
being thirty-four competitors; the following year he was appointed landscape architect 
and superintendent of the Park. During the early part of the Civil War he served as 
secretary to the United States Sanitary Commission. In association with his partners 
he designed, besides the parks for New York, those of Brooklyn, Boston, Montreal, 
Chicago and other cities; the grounds and terraces of the Capitol at Washington and 
the Columbian Exposition, Chicago. 



144 AMERICAN ART AXNUAL. 

PARKER, MARCELLUS H., F. A. I. A.— An architect; born Novembor IS, 1831, tn SattOBr 
N. H. ; died at bis home In Coldwater, Mkb., November 2, 1902. In 1849 he settled In 
Coldwater, where he erected many of the finest public and private boildings, among 
them being the Court House, the Library and the Y. M. C. A. building. He was 
elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects In 1889. 

PATTISON, ROBERT J.—A teacher of drawing; bom in New York city; died at his home 
in Brooklyn, N'. Y., September 13, 1903, at the age of sixty-five. He was a graduate 
of the University of the City of New York, and at one time taught drawing there. 
He had been connected with the Brooklyn Boys' High School since it was started. 
Apart from being a teacher of drawing, he was also a painter. 

PERCY, G. W., A. A. I. A.— An architect; born at Bath, Me., in 1847; died at his home at 
Oakland, Cal., December 14, 1900. He was a pupil of F. H. Fassett, of Portland, Me., 
but the latter part of his life was spent In San Francisco. He was made un Associate 
of the Anierieun Institute of Architects In 1899, and was president of the Technical 
Society of the Pacific Coast, 

PHILLIPS, ROBERT FRANCIS.— A newspaper artist; bom In England; died of scarlet ferer 
in New York city on June 6, 1902. His father is rector of the Cathedral of Peter* 
borough, England, and he was a brother of Stephen Phillips, the author and poet. 

POWER, MATUlICl!: J.— An art founder and a Jurist; born in County Cork, Ireland, October 
18, 1838; died in New York city, September 8, 1902. Came to the United SUtes with 
his parents In 1841 and learned the trade of stone cutting. In 1868 he established the 
National Fine Art Foundry, which subsequently cast many notable pieces of scnlptnre, 
among them the battle monuments at Trenton and Monmouth, N. J., and at Albany 
and Buffalo, N. Y. 

PRICE, BRUCE, F. A. I. A.-,-An architect; born at Cumberland, Md., December 12, 1848; 
died in Paris, France, May 29, 1903. At an early age he was placed in the ofBce of 
Aierensee & Neilson, Baltimore architects, and after four years went to Europe. In 
1873 be began his professional work in Baltimore with George Baldwin as a partner. 
In 1877 he settled in New York, where he designed many of the large office buildings, 
among them the American Surety Building, St. James Building and the International 
Bank. One of the works which made him famous was the laying out of Georgian 
Court, the residence of George Gould, Esq., at Lakewood, N. J. He also designed 
Tuxedo Park, the Chftteau Frontenac at Quebec, the Hunt Memorial in New York city 
and several memorial buildings at Yale University. He was made a Fellow of the 
American Institute of Architects in 1800, was a member of its New York Chapter and 
of the Architectural League of New York. 

RAWSON, ALBERT LEIGHTON.— Artist and author; bom at Chester, Vt., October IB, 
1829; died in New York city in November, 1902. After studying law, theology and 
art, be visited the Orient four times and traveled extensively in the United States 
and in Central America. His publications, illustrated by himself, include a "Bible 
Dictionary," "Antiquities of the Orient," and dictionaries of Arabic, German, BngliMi 
nnd the Bedouin languages, etc. He also executed more than 3,0U0 engravings. 

RICHARDSON, JOHN NEWTON, F, A. I. A.— An architect; born in Perth, Scotland. Febra- 
ary 28, 1837: died in Clevelund, ()., May G, 1902. He went to Cleveland, O., where In 
1862 he volunteered in the United States army. In 1868 he entered the office of Mr. 
Blackburn, an architect, and two yeara later formed a partnership with F. E. Cedull. 
From 1889 to his death he was in the practice of architecture and engineering alone. 
He designed many of the prominent buildings of Cleveland, particularly large power 
and factory plants. Among some of his most noted works are the Masonic Temple, 
Scottish Rite Cathedral, Jewish Orphan Asylum and St. Joseph's Church. He was 
elected a IVllow of the American Institute of Architects in 1889. 

RITTERIIOFF, AMALIE. — An illuminator; died In New York, May 18, 1903, at the age of 
thirty-nine. Specimens of her work had been presented to King Edward of England, 
the Czar of Russia and many other persons of rank. 

ROWSE, SAMUEL WORCESTER.— A paint.^r; born at Bath, Me., January 29, 1822; died at 
Morrlstown, N. J., May 24, 1901. He made a specialty of dainty crayon drawings of 
children. 

RrUOLPH, CHARLES, F. A. I. A.— An architect; born at St. I>ouIs, Mo., March 22, 1854; 
died January .">!, r.K)2. He was educated in Chicago, and from 1S77 to 1881 attended 
the Vienna Polytechnlcum, from which he was graduated with honors. Upon his return 
to Chicago he practiced his profession, finally becoming associated with C. J. Furst 
under the firm name of Furst & Rudolph. Among other works he built the first nato- 
torluni !n Chicago, and was architect to the lioani of Education for a number of 
years. He w.is elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1886. 

SCHOENBORN, AUGUST. — An architect; bora in Germany about 1827; died in Washington, 
D. C, on January 24, 1902, aged seventy-four years. He studied at Erfurt and came 
,to this country in 1849. Ho found employment in the architect's olflce of the Capitol 
in Washington in June, 1851, and he was the designer of the celebrated dome of the 
Capitol. He also drew plans for a number of public buildings in Washington, and 
during the Civil War rendered valuable service in the preparation of maps and plans 
for General McDowell. 



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146 AMERICAN ART AXXUAL. 

THOMAS. JOHX ROCHESTER.— An architect; born in Rochetter, N. Y., June 18. 1S4S, 
and settled iu New York city In 18b2; died at Westminster Park, Tboasand i«i«iw^^ 
on Auirust 2S, 1901. More than 150 churches have been erected from his desisna. 
He designed the Seventj-flrst Regiment Armory, the Eighth Regiment Armory and the 
old Stock Exchange. The Municipal Commission in 1896 accepted his design for the 
new $25,000,000 City Hall of New York in a competition among 133 architects, but 
afterward the Legislature voted against the removal of the present structure. He 
was then commissioned to prepare the plans for the new Hall of Records, bat die<l 
before the completion of that building. He was a member of the Architectural League 
of New York and of the National Arts Club. 

TOJETTI. VIRGILLO.— A painter; bom in Rome. Italy, March 15, 1851; died In New York. 
March 26, 1901. He studied with his father, then went to Paris, where he spent some 
time under Bouguereau and G^rftme. He came to New York about twenty years ago. 
aud his genrv pictures became very popular, amuug the best known being "The Fvm^i 
of Flora" and **The Senses." He executed many mural decorations, among them "The 
Birth of Venus'* for the New York residence of Charles T. Yerkes, and panris for 
the Savoy Hotel and the Holtman House. 

TRKADWELL, PRENTISS.— A decorator; died April 8, 1902. He had done work for many 
prumiuent New Yorkers; his best known decoration is that of the Knickeriwcka' The- 
atre in New York. 

TWACHTMAN. JOHN HENRY.— A painter; bom at CincinnaU. O.. August 4. 1S53: died at 
his home. Gloucester. Mass., on August 8, 1902. He was a pupil of the School of De- 
sign of Cincinnati under Frank Duveneck before going abroad to study in Munich and 
Paris, in 1S79 he was elected a member of the Society of Americaa Artists; be 
withdrew from that society, however, and was one of the group known as the "Ten 
American Painters.*' He made a specialty of painting landscapes, his work being 
rather based upon the study of the French tonalists and IsuMisiiiiilili He was 
awarded a medal at the Columbian Exposition, Chicago^ 1888; the Webb prise at the 
Society of American Artisu for his painting "Windmills.** now in the poas»sslna of 
Smith College; the Temple gold medal at the Pennsylvania Acad^aiy of the Fine Arts 
in 1^95, aud a silver medal at the Pan>American Expi»itioc. Buffalo, 1901. At a sale 
of hto paintings held at the American Art Galleries on March Si, 1908, ninety-eight 
paintings were sold for fl6,610L 

CPJOHN. RICHARD MICHELL, F. A. I. A.— An architect; bom at Shaftesbocr, England, in 
l^:^. and brucght to this cottctry when he i^a* one yrar old: died ac his hozbe in 
brvK>kI.vu. N. Y.. on March 3. 190CL When eighteen he entered his father's odictr. 
afivmard became a partner, and nnally succeeded htm. His chief work wr* the cca- 
»iruetiv^ of the State Capitol at Hartford, Cocn. He was elected a Feik^w of the 
American lostitnte cf Architects in 1657 and was s member of tb^ New York Chap- 
ter, of which he was president for two yesrs, and a member of thit Metropolitan 
Museum oX Art. 

VAN BKVNT. HENRY. F. A. I. A.— An architect: bom in Bostoix, September 3. ISoS: died 
at MUtott. Mass.. April S. I9Cw>. He was graduated from Uarrard vc la54. As fM^tavr 
la the tirm of Ware 4c Van Brunt he eocstmcted the Meoierial Hall oX Harvard, the 
Mudge MeaicrLal Church at Lynn, Ma^s.. and the First roitariaa Church at Bostoa. La 
l^^^ be t<x>k up his residence at Kansas City. Mo., where he was a meffiber of the firm 
of Vau Bruut Jk Howe. He was the architect and designer of tile devcricity BaiLdlng 
at the Columbiaa Exposition at Chleag'> in Is^. He was elected a Feil^.^w ol the Amer- 
icaa Institute of Architects in 1S97 and was its president for srvecal years.. He was 
also a member of the Kansas City Chapter. 

WKLUSs. F. MARION.— A sculptor; died in San Francisco^ CaL. July S.. 1908,. at the age ef 

liftv-dTe. He iuod:>eIed the statue of Liberty on the City Hall at San Fcanctsco, and 
also desigaed the Marshall Monumeat at Coloma. raised in honor of tile dlsc^ivecer of 
gold in Califomla. He was ooe of the founders q€ xha Bohemian Clnb of San Fran- 
cisco. 

WHISTLER, JAMES ABBOTT McNEIT.L. — Painter and etcher: bora at LowelL Mass.. in 
1S^4; divd at his borne in Chelsea. London, July IT. 1903. His father. Major George 
WashlQgtoa Wbistler. was invited by the Cxar of Russia tv superinceml the eonsczu«:- 
tica of the St. Petersburg and Moscow Railroad, and Ulece^iee from his eighth to kin 
fifteenth year he L^ed in Russia. After his fathet*9 «hMth in tif49 he cecurned to 
America* asd in 1^1 tncervd West Point Militaty Acsdew:^. but did not graduate; 
later tie ika:» connected with the Coast Sunrvy at Wsshittg^Mi, l^. C. la ISK> Whistler 
went to England, but shortly after he moved, to Pa.ri» and studied under Gleyer. A 
portrait of himself etched in IS39 is the Srst work of aoj cousttquence that Is re- 
corded: the same year tie begun to exhibit at the Koyal Academy, and Nor years 
later settled in London. In I^<)3 his "Symphony in White" was refused at ths Salon, 
but Via* hua;5 at lae Salon des Rvfus<^ v^bere it made a ^rvai s«.utaLiou. Of Sua 
many paia tings the masterpiece is the "Portrait of My Mother.'* purcbaMd by the 
Freuch viuvertimeac. and aow at the LujLembourg in Paris. Be delighted in night 
effects, aud his portraits ace at their best when ths general impressioa most ciussly 
resembles bis "nocturues.*" Wblle he was ooe of the great paluters of ail unws* 
vet it is as an etcaer that Whistler rauks supreme. Of the uiaoy places that he 
etcbed, the series of sixteen knowu as tbe Tbames Series takes the tirsc rank. Wbist- 
ItT, the 'Jjda, \\as ■fitTuaps t.be lu./sit iutvrvSLtiig pcr«uualit.v ;u the .«irt \*i.'f;d ^tt tbe last 
qusrter tif the oineteeuLh century; bis wit, his epigrams, his "gvutle art of making 
eueuiifs. kept biiu constantly t)efore tbe pubUc. 





JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER. 

Died July 17, 1903. 

Portrait Painted bv Boldini. 



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OBITUARIES. 147 

WHITEIIOUSE, JAMES HORToX —Art designer; born In Staffordshire, England, October 28, 
1833; died at bU borne In Brooklyn, N. Y:, on November 29, 1902. He came to tbia 
country In 1857. He was engaged by Tiffany & Co., and became famous for bis 
skin and artistic tastes In designing and engraving. He was a member of tbe firm 
of Tiffany & Co., of New York, and an authority on art and engraving on precious 
metals. Some of bis most notable works are the William Cullen Bryant Silver Vase, 
presented to tbe poet on his eightieth birthday in 1874, and now in the Metropolitan 
Museum of Art; the silver casket presented to the late Bishop Horatio Potter in 
1879, and the Third Seal of the United States Government, now in use at Washington. 

WILSON, JOSEPH MILLER, F. A. I. A.— An architect and engineer; bom in Pboenlxvllle, 
Pa., on June 20, 1838; died suddenly at bis office in Philadelphia on November 24, 
1902. In 1860 he became assistant engineer of the Pennsylvania Railroad and held a 
number of important positions with that company. In 1876 he was associated with the 
designing and construction of the Maine Exposition Building and Machinery Hall of 
the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. He was president of the Franklin Institute 
for many years, was a member of many engineering and scientific societies, and was 
elected a Fellow of tbe American Institute of Architects in 1871. 

WITHERS, FREDERICK CLARE. — An architect; born at Shepton Mallet, England, Febru- 
ary 4, 1828; died at his home at Yonkers, N. Y., January 7, 1901. He studied in Lon- 
don and came to the United States in 1853, and opened an ofllce in Newburgb, N. Y. 
He enlisted in the army as first lieutenant of the New York volunteers, and after the 
war settled in New York city. Among many Important buildings he designed the Jef- 
ferson Market Court House and Prison in New York and the Hudson River Asylum at 
Poughkeepsle. He published a work on church architecture. 

WITT, JOHN HARRISON, A. N. A. — A painter; bom at Dublin, Wayne County, Ind., in 
1840; died in New York city in 1901. He studied in Cincinnati. He was made an As- 
sociate of the National Academy of Design in 1885, and was a member of the Artists' 
Fund Society. 

WOOD, THOMAS WATERMAN, N. A.— A painter; bora at Montpelier, Vt., November 12, 
1823; died in New York, April 14, 1903. He studied in Boston and New York, and was 
a pupil of Hans Gude in Dtisseldorf, Germany, and traveled extensively in Europe. In 
1858 he exhibited his first portrait at the National Academy of Design, in 1869 he was 
elected an Associate and became a full Academician in 1871. From 1879 to 1891 he 
was vice-president and from 1891 to 1899 president of the Academy. He was also 
president of the American Water Color Society from 1878 to 1887, and president of tbe 
Artists' Aid Society from its foundation to his death. He was a member of the Cen- 
tury Association, the New York Etching Club, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and 
tbe National Arts Club. 

YOUNG, HARVEY B. — A painter; bom at Post Mills, Vt., 1840; died at Colorado Springs, 
Col., May 14, 1901. At nineteen he combined prospecting, mining and sketching in 
California, Nevada and Oregon. He made several trips to Europe and studied art in 
Munich and was a pupil of Carolus-Duran in Paris. "La Salle," one of bis paintings, 
is in the Perkins Fine Arts Hall of Colorado College, Colorado Springs. 



APPROPRIATIONS AND GOVERNMENT AID TO ART, 

1900 TO 1903. 



(A letter addressed to each Secretary of State brought replies as follows. Boston is 
the only city sending a report, although other cities have made appropri«tions since Octol>er, 

1900): 

ALABAMA. 

An appropriation of $150 to preserve and beautify the spot on which stands the 
monument erected by the citizens of Mobile to mark the site of Fort Louis de la Mobile. 

ARIZONA. 
No reply. 

ARKANSAS. 
No reply. 

CALIFORNIA. 
No appropriation. 

COLORADO. 
No reply. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Appropriation of $10,000 for the decoration and completion of the exterior of the 
Capitol. A portrait of Goyemor Ablram Chamberlain, to be placed in the Capitol. 

DELAWARE. 

No reply. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
No reply. 

FLORIDA. 

No appropriation. 

GEORGIA. 
No reply. 

IDAHO. 
No appropriation. 

ILLINOIS. 

Appropriations for an Illinois Building at the Pan-American Exposition, the Charleston 
Exposition and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, and appointment of a commlsaion in 
each case to arrange for the exhibition of manufactures, arts and natural and industrial 
products, etc. 

Amendment to a preylous Act (relative to the erection of monuments on the site of 
the Battle of Shlloh, Tennessee), authorizing the commission to arrange for the erection on 
that spot of one granite monument for each regiment of infantry and one granite monument 
for each battery of Illinois volunteers who participated in the battle, each monument to coat 
not more than $750; and one monument to represent all the detachments of Illinois cavalry 
who took part, at a cost of $3,000; one monument to represent the State of Illinoii, to 
cost $20,000. Also a memorial to Major-General W. H. L. Wallace, to cost $1,000. 

The following appropriations were also made: 

$3,500 to make repairs on the Douglas Monument in Chicago. 

$250 to erect a monument to the memory of John Rector on the spot where he fell. 

$1,000 to meet a deficiency In the ordinary expenses for the Lincoln Monument grounds, 
which are $3,000 annually. 

$6,000 for erecting a monument to Captain John G. Adams and his company of volun- 
teers in the village of Stillman Valley. 

$1,000 for a portrait of Ex-Governor John R. Tanner, to be placed in the Executive 
office. 

$1,000 for a memorial to Mary A. Blckerdyke, a nurse during the Civil War. 

$150,000 (and a later appropriation of $100,000 to be added) for the construction and 
erection of monuments and markers for each organization of Illinois volunteers who iMrtlci- 
patod in the Battle of Ylcksburg and for a State monument of stone and bronze to the 
S(tldler8 and sailors, to be erected in National Military Park in Ylcksburg. 



GOrERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS. 149 

|2,S0O for the purchase and setting of a marble statue of Stephen A. Donglas In the 
State House at Springfield. 

|8,000« which had been appropriated In 1899, but lapsed, to purchase a Ufe-slze statue 
of Frances E. Willard, of marble or bronze, with pedestal, to be placed In the National 
Statuary Hall at the Capitol, Washington, . D. C. 

INDIANA. 
No reply. 

IOWA. 
No reply. 

KANSAS. 

Appropriation of $6,000 for a statue of Hon. John J. Ingalls, to be placed In the 
Statuary Hall at the Capitol, Washington, D. C. 

KENTUCKY. 
No reply. 

LOUISIANA. 
No appropriation. 

MAINE. 
No reply. 

MARYLAND. 

An appropriation of $10,000 for mural decorations for the new Court House at 
Baltimore; $6,000 to aid in building a monument to the Association of Veterans of the 
Mexican War. Baltimore makes an annual appropriation of $9,000 to the Maryland Institute 
of Art and Design. (See Schools.) 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

The State made appropriations as follows: 

1901— Portraits of Governors $3,000 

Tablet In memory of Geo. L. Steams 500 

Monument at AndersonviUe 3,800 

Statue of General W. F. Bartlett 20,000 

Portraits of Treasurers 1,000 

Monument on Dorchester Heights 8,000 

1902— Monument at Vicksburg 5,000 

Portraits of State Auditors 500 

Medals for Minute Men of 1861 1,000 

1903 — Dedication of monument at Vicksburg 5,800 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition 100,000 

Dedication of statue of General Joseph Hooker, by D. C. French and E. C. 

Potter 23,000 

Annual Appropriations— State Normal School, 1901, $24,746; 1902, $26,306; 1903, $28,- 

706. New Bedford Textile School, 1901, $18,000; 1902, $26,000; 1903, $20,000. Lowell 

TextUe School, 1901, $53,000; 1902, $20,000; 1903, $60,000. Bradford-Durfee Textile School, 
1901, $25,000; 1903, $38,000. 

The city of Boston made appropriations for the following purposes: 

Bust of Frederic W. Lincoln, by Robert Kraus $1,000 

Bust of General Francis A. Walker, by Richard Edwin Brooks ($1,300 of this amount 

paid prior to October 1, 1900) 2,500 

Mural painting for Public Library, by Edwin A. Abbey, balance 5,500 

Statuary for Public Library, by Augustus Saint Gaudens, on account 2,000 

Bronze doors for Public Library, by Daniel C. French, on account 8,000 

Installing the Abbey, Elliott and Sargent paintings in Public Library 8,583 

Bronze medallions of the Mayors, by Richard Edwin Brooks, balance 200 

Statue of (General Joseph Warren, by Paul W. Bartlett, on account 3,000 

MICHIGAN. 

$6,000 to erect a monument in memory of the 700 Michigan soldiers who died in the 
prison at AndersonyiUe, Ga. 

'$5,0(X> to erect a monument In memory of the troops who fought at the massacre of 
the Rlyer Raisin in 1813, to be placed in Memorial Place, Monroe, Mich. 

MINNESOTA. 
$2,000 is granted yearly by the State Legislature for the State .\rt Society. 

MISSOURI. 
No reply. 

NEBRASKA. 
No reply. 

NEVADA. 
No reply. 



150 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

NEW HAMPSHIRS. 

Appropriation of $250 for a portrait of Miss Harriet P. Dame, an army nurse, for the 
Capitol; and a contribution of ^00 toward the cost of a monument to l>e erected at Hacken* 
sack, N. J., to the memory of General Enoch Poore, a New Hampshire Rerolutionary hero. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Appropriations were made as follows: 

$500 annually for the care of the Monmouth Battle Monument and grounds. 

$2&0 for repairs to the Trenton Battle Monument, and $500 annually for keeping the 
property in good condition. 

$50,000 to preserve the scenery along the Palisades of the Hudson Biyer, by con- 
Tertlng the land into an interstate park. 

$1,000 to erect a monument on the site of Fort Lee at the Tillage of Fort Lee. 

$10,000 to erect monuments to mark the position of New Jersey regiments and bat- 
tallons on the battlefield of Antletam. 

$15,000 for the Princeton Battle Monument. 

$600 for portraits of ex-Goyemors. 

$36,000 to schools for manual training. 

NEW MEXICO. 

An appropriation of $1,000 for a bust of Hon. Max Luna, a former member of the Leg- 
islature, to be placed in the Capitol. 

NEW YORK. 

$400,000 for preservation of the Palisades and couTersion of same Into an interstate 
park. 

$20,000 for monuments in memory of the New York State soldiers who fought at 
Chattanooga. 

$3,000 for a monument to General Greene, to be erected at Gettysburg. 

(No reply to communication addressed to Comptroller of the City.) 

New York City appropriated $4^4.000 for the Brooklyn Institute of ArU and Sciences, 
for building purposes; $20,000 annually for maintenance. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
No reply. 

NORTH DAKOTA. 
Kb appropriation. 

OHIO. 

$25,000 for a memorial to President McKlnley, to be placed at the east entrance of 
tike Capitol grounds. 

$500 for a painting of Goremor George K. Nash, to be placed in the CapitoL 

OKLAHOMA. 
No reply. 

OREGON. 

$800 for an oQ portrait of GoTemor Lord. 
$600 for an oil portrait of Abraham Lincoln. 
$000 for an oil portrait of GvTemor G««^r. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

The American Art Society n*ceives $:^500 aonaalty fnxs tbe State and the same 
troM the city of PhiladelphU. 

AppropriaUocs were osade by the city of Pbiladelpkia as follows: 

$30.<M0 for repairs to Peonsylrania Museum. 

$10,000 annoaUy to the PennsyUaala Museum and School «f ladustrial Art. 

$7,900 annoaUy to the FnkBsylratiia Acadenaiy of the Fine Arts, throatgh tJbe depart- 
■»fit of the Mayor. proridlBg for frve exhibitioa ot th* permaseat coUeetioB: and $5,000 
aBKually through the Departawat of Educacioix, for ftv« scholarship* la tJbe Acadesay for 
pttbUe school pai^Is. 

$3v000 for plans for Soldiers MoQanteat la sa^oioirT of thooe who took part la the 
CItU War. It is estimated that the m%Nsam<fat will vxnm $900.00i>. 

$19^23^9^ for portraits. frast^^Sk repairs aud nrst«Mratiott im lo^ii^peadeQce HalL 

RHOI>S XSXANIK 
No appropriation. 

SOUTH CARV>UNA. 
No rvply. 

SOrXH 1>AKV>TA. 
No rvply. 

TENXIfiSSjiKS. 

No apycopriatioa. 



GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS. 151 

TEXAS. 

An appropriation of $10,000 to be expended within two years, for instruction In 
manaal training and the art of teaching manual training to be instituted in the State 
Normal Schools. This money to be disbursed by the State Board of Education, by making 
an appropriation between $100 and $500 to duplicate any such sum set apart by the 
tmstees of any common or independent school district. 

UTAH. 
Contributes $1,000 annually to the Utah Art Institute. 

VERMONT. 

The GoTemor has been authorized to procure a bronze bust of Hiram A. Huse, late 
State Librarian; a portrait of Admiral Dewey; a bronze tablet, with medallion portrait of 
Major-General George J. Stannard; a tablet in memory of Truman C. Phinney, late Sergeant- 
at-arms; and a tablet to mark the birthplace of President Arthur, the cost being left to 
the discretion of the Governor or Sergeant-at-arms. 

VIRGINIA. 
No reply. 

WASHINGTON. 
No appropriation. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

$3,400 for a monument to Levi Morgan, to be erected in Wetzel County. 

$5,000 for a statue of Francis H. Plerpout, to be erected in the Capitol at Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

$2,500 for State Coat of Arms of West Virginia, in bronze, to be presented to the 
Cruiser West Virginia. 

$3,500 (additional) for a monument, begun In 1875, commemorating the battle of 
Point Pleasant, to be erected at Point Pleasant. 

$1,600 in 1901 and $2,500 in 1902, for the Art Department of West Virginia University. 

WISCONSIN. 
No reply. 

WYOMING. 

$4,500 for frescolng^the Rotunda and the rooms occupied by the House of Representa- 
tives in the Capitol. 



SOME IMPORTANT BUILDINGS ERECTED. 

1900-1903. 



ANNAPOLIS, MD.— 

Naval Academy Buildings (sundry) : Ernest Flagg. 
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.— 

Cliildri'ii'g Seashore liouse: Frank Miles Day &. Brother. 

BALTIMORE, MD.— 

Calvert Building: J. Evans Sperry. 

Fifth Regiment Armory, Maryland National Guard: Wyatt & Noliing. 

Commercial and Farmers National Bank: Wyatt & Nfilting. 
BOSTON. MASS.— 

Colonial Theatre Building: C. H. 'Blackall. 

Office Building Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.: Edgar V. Seeler. 

Symphony Hall: McKlm, Mead & White. 

N. E. Conservatory of Music: Wheelwright & Haven. 

Board of Trade Building: Wlnslow & Biglow. 

Cblckerlng Hall: Peabody & Stearns. 

Horticultural Building: Wheelwright & Haven. 

Majestic Theatre: John Galen Howard. 
BBYN MAWB, PA.— 

Rockefeller Hall, Bryn Mawr College: Cope & Stewardson. 

Library, Bryn Mawr College: Cope & Stewardson. 
BUFFALO, N*. Y.— 

Fidelity Trust Building: Green & Wicks. 

Central Y. M. C. A. Building: Green & Wicks. 

Albright Gallery of Art: Green & Wicks. 

Residence of J. J. Albright: Green & Wicks. 

Emergency Hospital: Green & Wicks. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church: Green & Wicks. 

Marine National Bank: Green & Wicks. 

CAMBRIDGE. MASS.— 

Robinson Hall, Harvard University: McKlm, Mead & White. 
CAMDEN. N. J.— 

Camden County Court House Jail: Rankin, Kellogg & Crane. 
CARTHAGE, MO.— 

Carnegie Library: Frederick C. Gunn. 
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.— 

Administration Building of the Clinic Hospital, University of Virginia: Paul J. Pels. 
CHICAGO. ILL.— 

Marshall Field Office Building: D. H. Bumham & Co. 

Congress Apartment Building: Holabird & Roche. 

Powers Building: Holabird & Roche. 

Tribune Building: Holabird & Roche. 

Homo of the Orthodox Aged Jews: Holabird & Roche. 
CLIFTON HEIGHTS, PA.— 

First National Bank: C. E. Schermerhorn. 
COLUMBIA, MO.— 

Hospital and Clinic Building: Thomas Nolan. 
COLUMBUS, O.— 

Monument to McKinley: Lord & Hewlett. 

EMPORIA, KAN.— 

Court House: Frederick C. Gunn. 

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.— 

The Fourth National Bank: Holabird & Roche. 

The Old National Bank: Holabird & Roche. 
GROTON, CONN.— 

Residence for M. F. Plant, Esq.: Robert W. Gibson. 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND.— 

U. S. Court House and Post Office: Rankin, Kellogg & Crane. 

JERSEY CITY, N. J.— 

Public Library: Brlte & Bacon. 



SOME IMPORTAST Bi'lLDIXGS ERECTED. 153 

JOHNSON CITY, TENN — 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldier* (Administration Building): J. H. 
Freedlander. 

KANSAS CITY, MO.— 

Kenllworth Apartments: Frederick C. Gunn. 
New City Hospital: Frederick C. Gunn. 

LAKE PLACID, N. Y.— 

White Face Inn: Israels & Harder. 
LAWRENCE, KAN.— 

Court House: Frederick C. Gunn. 
LAMBERTVILLE, N. J.— 

LambertTille National Bank: C. E. Schermerhorn. 
LOCUST VALLEY, N. Y.— 

Country House for P. D. Cravatb, Esq.: Babb, Cook & Willard. 

MANCHESTER, VA.— 

Church: Joseph H. McGuire. 
MARIETTA, PA.— 

Cross Keys Hotel: C. E. Schermerhorn. 

NEWARK, N. J.— 

American Insurance Company: Cass Gilbert, 
NEW HAVEN, CONN.— 

New Administration Building for Y«le University: Howells & Stokes. 

Y'ale Bi-Centeiinlal Building: Carrdre & Hastings. 
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.— 

School and Teachers' Residence: Joseph H. McGuire. 
NEW YORK CITY— 

New York Public Library Branch: Babb, Cook & Willard. 

House for Andrew Carnegie, Es<i. : Babb, Cook & Willard. 

House for George D. Pratt, Esq.: Babb, Cook & Willard. 

The Ethical Culture Soh<»ol: Carri^re & Hastin^rs (and R. D. Kohn). 

Edward Clark Club House: Babb, Cook & Willard. 

New York Public Library Branch: Babb, Cook & Willard. 

Windsor Arcade: Charles I. Berg. 

Hotel Touralne: Charles I. Berg. 

Kaskel Building: Charles I. Berg. 

Mount Sinai Hospital: Arnold W. Brunner. 

Flatiron Building: D. H. Bumham & Co. 

Adams Dry Goods Company's Building: DeLemos & Cordes. 

Store for R. H. Macy & Co.: DeLemos & Cordes. 

Speyer Bank Building: DeIx>mos & Cordes. 

Trade School: J. H. Freedlander. 

New York Botanical Garden Museum Building: Robert W. Gibson. 

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary: Robert W. Gibson. 

The Woman's Hotel: Robert W. Gibson. 

St. Michael's Parish House: Robert W. Gibson. 

Broadway Chambers: Cass Gilbert. 

Union Club Building: Cass Gilbert and John Dn Pais. 

The American Geographical Society Buildings: Howells & Stokes. 

Horace Mann School for Columbia University Corporation: Howells &, Stokes. 

East Side Settlement House: Howells & Stokes. 

Wyllys Building, Offices: Howells & Stokes. 

Madison Square Church House: Howells & Stokes. 

"Arlington": Israels & Harder. 

"Warrington": Israels & Harder. 

Dorilton Apartments: Janes & Leo. 

Home for the Emanu-el Sisterhood: Janes & Leo. 

Diocesan House. 170 Ronisen St., Brooklyn: Lord & Hewlett. 

The Leggett Building: Lord & Hewlett. 

Stlllman Memorial Wing of the Brooklyn Home for Aged Men: Lord & Hewlett. 

Bedford Carnegie Library: Lord & Hewlett. 

City Club House: Lord & Hewlett. 

Armory for the Second Battalion Naval Militia: Lord & Hewlett. 

Residence of Senator W. A. Clark: Lord & Hewlett. 

Westerly Building: Lord & Hewlett. 

R. C. Church of the Holy Trinity: Joseph H. McGuire. 

Church of St. Mnlacliy: Joseph H. McGuire. 

Knickerbocker Trust Company Building: McKIm, Mead & White. 

New Porch St. Bartholomew's Church: McKim, Mead &, White. 

Stock Exchange Building: George B. Post. 
NORRISTOWN, PA.— 

Montgomery Court House: C. E. Schermerhorn and H. L. Reinhold, Jr. 

OVERBROOK, PA.— 

Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of the Blind: Cope & Stewardson. 



154 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA.— 

Ulflce Building for George Nugent Home: Adln Benedict Lacey. 

Infirmary and Wing for Old Ladles* Home: Adln Benedict Luci-y. 

Dormitories, University of Pennsylvania: Cope & Stewardson. 

Law School, University of Pennsylvania: Cope & Stewardson. 

Medical Laboratories, University of Pennsylvania: Cope & Stewardson. 

Engineering Building, University of Pennsylvania: Cope &. Stewardson. 

Leamy Home, Mt. Airy: Cope & Stewardson. 

Grand Stands and Improvements to Franklin Field, University of Pennsylvania: Frank 
Miles Day 8c Brother. 

Chambers- Wy lie Memorial Presbyterian Church: Rankin, Kellogg & Crane. 

Lombard Exchange Building of the Bell Telephone Company of Philadelphia: Rankin, 
Kellogg & Crane. 

First Baptist Church: Edgar V. Seeler. 

Real Estate Trust Company's Office Building: Edgar V. Seeler. 

Smith Memorial Arch at Falrmount Park: J. H. WIndrlm. 
PORT HURON, MICH.— 

First National Exchange Bank: Holabird & Roche. 
PRINCETON, N. J.— 

Gymnasiu^, Princeton, N. J.: Cope & Stewardson. 

Dormitories, Princeton University: Cope & Stewardson. 
PROVIDENCE, R. L— 

Public Library: Stone, Carpenter & Wlllsoh. 

State House: McKIm, Mead & White. 

QUAKER RIDGE, N. J.— 

Residence and Outhouses for James Clarke, Es<i. : Joseph H. McGulre. 

RICHMOND, VA.— 

School and Teachers' Residence: Joseph H. McGulre. 

SALINA, KAN.— 

Carnegie Library: Frederick C. Gunn. 
SCRANTON, PA.— 

Merchants and Mechanics Bank: Robert W. Gibson. 
ST. LOUIS, MO.— 

Washington University: Cope & Stewardson. 

Mary Institute: Cope & Stewardson. 

St. Louis Club: J. H. Freedlander. 

Flue Arts Building, St. Louis Exposition: Cass Gilbert. 

Festival Hall, St. Louis Exposition: Cass Gilbert. 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Palaces of Transportation, Agriculture, Fisheries and 
Forestry, Louisiana Purchase Monument, Colonnade of States, twelve Bridges, 
Main Entrance, etc.: Emmanuel L. Masqueray. 
ST. PAUL, MINN.— 

Capitol: Cass Gilbert. 

TOTTENVILLE, S. I., N. Y.— 

Church and Rectory: Joseph H. McGulre. 

UTICA, N. Y.— 

Savings Bank of Utica: Robert W. Gibson. 
Utlca City National Bank: Robert W. Gibson. 
Utica Library Building: A. C. Jackson. 

WASHINGTON, D. C— 

Carnegie Library: Ackerman k Ross. 
The Hearst School for Girls: Robert W. Gibson. 
The Hahneman Monument: Israels & Harder. 
Government Printing Office: James G. Hill. 

WEST POINT, N. Y.— 

Cullum Memorial Hall: McKim, Mead & White. 



SOME SCULPTURE UNVEILED, 1900-1903. 



ALMA MATER. — Bronze group by Daniel C. French, N. A., presented to 
Columbia University, New York, by Mrs. Robert Goelet, in memory of 
her husband. Unveiled September 2^, 1903. 

ANDREWS, JUSTICE GEORGE P.— Bronze portrait bust, life size, by 
George T. Brewster, cast in bronze by the Gorham Co. Placed on the 
east wall of the Supreme Court Chambers, Part IX, in the County 
C'ourt House, New York, May 24, 1903. Presented by Mrs. Catherine 
M. Andrews. 

AUSTIN, STEPHEN F.— Marble statue, life size, modeled by Elizabeth Ney. 
Unveiled in the Capitol, Austm, Tex., January 19, 1903. 

CARROLL, CHARLES. — Bronze statue by Richard E. Brooks, in Statuary 
Hall, Washington, D. C. 

CHANNING, DR. WILLIAM ELLERY.— Bronze figure by Herbert Adams, 
N. A. Unveiled in the Boston Public Garden, June i, 1903. 

DAVIS, SENATOR CUSHMAN R.— Bronze statue by Gaetano Trentanove. 
Unveiled at Washington, D. C, May 30, 1903. 

DEFENCE OF THE FLAG. — Bronze group by George T. Brewster. Un- 
veiled at Orange, N. J., September, 1902. Presented by Mr. and Mrs. 
Joseph W. Stickler. 

DEWEY ARCH. — Granite arch, 105 feet high, crowning figure of bronze, by 
Robert I. Aitken. Unveiled at San Francisco, Cal., June, 1903. 

DRAKE, EDWIN L. — Bronze figure by Charles H. Niehaus. Erected at 
Titusville, Pa., 1901. 

ERICSSON, JOHN.— Bronze statue by J. S. Hartley, N. A. Unveiled at 
Battery Park, New York, August i, 1903. The metal of the old statue 
was reformed into the new. 

ERIKSON, LIEF. — Bronze statue by Sigvald Asbjornson. Unveiled in Hum- 
boldt Park, Chicago, October, 1901. A gift to the city from its Nor- 
wegian citizens. 

FOWLER, GENERAL EDWARD B.— Statue unveiled at Fort Greene, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., on May 18, 1902. 

FLOWER, GOVERNOR ROSWELL P.— Bronze statue by Augustus Saint 
Gaudens, N. A. Unveiled at Watertown, N. Y., September i, 1902. 
Cost, $25,000. 

HANSON, JOHN.— Bronze statue by Richard E. Brooks. Placed in Statu- 
ary Hall, Washington, D. C. 

HARRIMAN, GOVERNOR WALTER.— Statue unveiled at Warner, N. H., 
July, 1903. The gift of Walter C. Harriman, of Nashua. 

HENDERSON, SPEAKER DAVID B.— Bronze statue by J. Massey 
Rhind. Unveiled in Clermont, la., June 10, 1903. The gift of Gov. 
William Larrabee. 

HOBART, VICE-PRESIDENT GARRET A.— By Philip Martiny. Un- 
veiled at Paterson, N. J., June 13, 1903. Cost, $15,000. 



156 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

HOOKER, GENERAL JOSEPH ("Fighting Joe").— By Daniel C French, 
N. A., and Edward Potter. Unveiled at Boston, June 25, 1903. 

HOUSTON, GENERAL SAM.— Life size marble statue by Elizabeth Ney. 
Unveiled in the Capitol at Austin, Tex., January 19, 1903. 

HYDE, HENRY B.— Bronze statue by John Quincy Adams Ward, N. A. 
Unveiled in the arcade of the Equitable Building, New York, May 2, 
1901. 

KEARNY, GENERAL PHILIP.— Bronze statue by Joseph Carabelli. Un- 
veiled at Muskegon, Mich., Memorial Day, 1901. 

LAKE GEORGE MONUMENT.— Bronze heroic figure by Albert Weinert. 
Unveiled at State Park, N. Y., September 8, 1903. , 

LOGAN, MAJOR-GENERAL JOHN A.— Bronze equestrian statue by Frank- 
lin Simmons. Unveiled at Washington, D. C., April 9, 1901. Cost, 
$65,000. 

McKINLEY, PRESIDENT WILLIAM.— Bronze statue by Charles H. Nie- 
haus. Unveiled at Muskegon, Mich., May 30, 1902. The gift of 
Charles H. Hackley. 

McKINLEY, PRESIDENT WILLIAM.— Bronze statue by Augustus Luke- 
man. Unveiled at Adams, Mass., October, 1903. 

McKINLEY, PRESIDENT WILLIAM.— Bronze statue by Albert Weinert. 
Unveiled at Toledo, Ohio, September 14, 1903. Erected by subscription 
through the McKinley Memorial Association. Cost, $15,000. 

PERKINS, COMMODORE.— Bronze monument by Daniel C. French, N. A., 
and Henry Bacon. Unveiled at Concord, N. H., August, 1902. 

PORTER, GENERAL JOSIAH.— Bronze statue. Unveiled at Van Cort- 
landt Park, New York, November 15, 1902. 

ROCHAMBEAU. — Statue by Ferdinand Hamar. Unveiled at Washington, 
D. C, May 24, 1902. A gift from France to the United States. 

SHERMAN, GENERAL WILLIAM T.— Bronze allegorical equestrian statue 
by Augustus Saint Gaudens, N. A. Placed at entrance to Central Park, 
New York, and unveiled Memorial Day, May 30, 1903. (See illustra- 
tion.) 

SLOCUM, GENERAL H. W.— Bronze statue by E. C. Potter. Unveiled on 
Gulp's Hill. Gettysburg, Pa., on September 19, 1902. Erected by the 
State of New York. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' MEMORIAL.— Marble shrine on Riverside 
Drive, New York. Dedicated November 29, 1901. Cost, $250,000. 

SOLDIERS' MONUMENT.— Bronze group by Rudolf Schwarz. Erected at 
South Bend, Ind., and dedicated July, 1903. 

THE SPIRIT OF THE CONFEDERACY.— Bronze group by F. Welling- 
ton Ruckstuhl. Unveiled at Baltimore, May 2, 1903. 



157 



ART GALLERIES AND SOCIETIES. 



(A Star Is Used to Indicate That No Recent Report Has Been Received.) 

♦ALBANY HISTORICAL AND ART SOCIETY. 
176 State St., Albany, N. Y. 

A consolidation of the "Albany Gallery of Arts," incorporated in 1846, 
and the original "Albany Historical and Art Society," founded in 1886. An- 
nual meeting is held the first Monday in May. 

UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 

Home Education Department. 

State Library, Albany, N. Y. 

Melvil Dewey, Myrtilla Avery, 

Director. Asst. Director. 

Mounted photographs and lantern slides are lent to registered schools, li- 
braries and study clubs to illustrate courses of study. The photographs are 
mounted on 11x14 inch cards. The catalogue is on cards and has not been 
printed, but typewritten lists of special subjects are lent. 

On application, lanterns will be lent with a 12x12 foot screen and attach- 
ment for lighting. 

The fee for each fifty photographs or fifty lantern slides or less is $1 
for each month or fraction thereof; for a lantern, $2 for the first month and 
$1 for each additional month consecutively. The fee entitles borrower to free 
transportation on one shipment each way. 

Large pictures, framed without glass, are lent to libraries, clubs and 
Regent schools. The fee is $1 for each picture; transportation both ways is 
paid by the State. The time limit is six months for libraries and clubs, but 
schools may retain the pictures during the academic year. 

ART COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF BALTIMORE. 

Mayor of the City, Ex-Officio, J. B. Noel Wyatt, 

President. Secretary, 

2 East Lexington St. 

The Art Commission is for the purpose of protection and decision in 
regard to art matters submitted for its approval. It takes no initiative in the 
promotion of art objects. 

Since October, 1900, it has given its approval of several important works 
that have been erected in the city, notably the three memorial monuments on 
Mt. Royal Avenue, after criticising and rejecting the first submitted designs 
for same; and also two mural decorations for the new Court House by C. Y. 
Turner and one by E. H. Blashfield. (See illustration.) 



158 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

BALTIMORE ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
Douglas H. Thomas, Jr., Secretary, 910 Atlantic Trust Building. 

BALTIMORE CHAPTER OF THE A. L A. 

J. B. Noel Wyatt, Douglas H. Thomas, Jr., 

President. Secretary. 

The Chapter has fifteen practicing members. 

BALTIMORE WATER COLOR CLUB. 

Dora L. Murdoch, Mrs. John Vincent, 

President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. Harrison Beacham, Annie C. Volck, 
Florence Mackubin, Secretary, 

Vice-Presidents. 11 W. Mulberry St. 

Annual exhibitions are given of paintings in water colors by local and 
out of town artists. In March, 1903, an exhibition was held at the galleries of 
Myers & Hedian, when the first award was made of an annual prize of $25 
offered by the Franke Purnell Company for the best work by a Maryland 
artist. It was awarded to Dora L. Murdoch. 

THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Northwest corner St. Paul and Saratoga Sts., Baltimore, Md. 

Albert Ritchie, Lennox Birckhead, 
President. Treasurer. 

Rev. George A. Leakin, Mendes Cohen, 

Henry F. Thompson, Cor. Secretary. 

W. Hall Harris, Joseph C. Mullin, 

Vice-Presidents. Rec. Secretary. 

The committee on the gallery in its report for 1902 stated that there had 
been few changes in the collection, removals of paintings being fully replaced 
by new acquisitions. The number of visitors to the gallery during the year 
was 2,275. 

THE MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE.' 

Theodore Marburg, Henry D. Harlan, 

President. W. W. Spence, 

S. David Warfield, Michael Jenkins, 

Treasurer. William Keyser, 
JosiAS Pennington, Vice-Presidents. 

Secretary. 

The Society has been successful in having $30,000 made available for 
decorations of the Court House in Baltimore, $5,000 of this having been fur- 
nished by the Society. This work consists of three mural decorations. The 
first, by C. Y. Turner. "Barter with the Indians for Land in Southern Mary- 
land," was unveiled June 2, 1902 ; the second, by Edwin H. Blashfield, "Wash- 
ington Surrendering His Commission (see illustration), was unveiled Febru- 
ary 9, 1903. The commission for the third was given to Mr. Simmons, but 
declined, and Mr. Turner is now commissioned to paint the third, "The Burn- 
ing of the Peggy Stewart." 

An Art Loan Exhibition, including paintings, bronzes and other works of 
art, was held in the Fifth Regiment Armory in March, 1902. 



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A number of schoolhouses have been decorated and supplied with instruc- 
tive illustrations. 

The erection of a statue to Gen. John Eager Howard by M. Fremiet, of 
Paris, has been in charge of a committee. It will be located in North Wash- 
ington Square, where the site has been rearranged. The cost of the statue is 
$17,000. 

The general meetings of the Society are held early in January (and the 
board of directors hold six or seven meetings). The* scope of the Society is 
shown by the number of the committees, which are as follows: Executive; 
To Increase Membership; To Increase Endowment Funds; Decorations of 
Public School Buildings in Baltimore; Arts Building for Baltimore; Sub- 
urban Improvement ; Howard . Statue ; Proposed Scheme for Straightening 
Howard Street; S. Teackle Wallis Statue; Regulation of Height of Buildings 
in Baltimore; To Urge Legislation to Abate the Smoke Nuisance; Mural 
Decorations for the Court House: To Urge the Introduction of a Sewerage 
System for Baltimore; To Promote the Improvement of the Street Paving; 
Procuring and Placing Works of Art in Eutaw Place; Procuring Statue to 
Edgar Allan Poe; To Consider the Advisability of Publishing a Bronze Me- 
dallion of Edgar Allan Poe. 

*PEABODY INSTITUTE OF BALTIMORE. 

Baltimore, Md. 

The Rinehart Scholarship in Sculpture is under the supervision of the 
Peabody Institute, Thomas W. Hall being chairmen of the Fund. (For par- 
ticulars regarding the competition see article on the American Academy in 
Rome, Vol. i, p. 38.) 

BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
14 Somerset St., Boston, Mass. 

Hubert G. Ripley, Charles H. Alden, Jr., 

President. Treasurer. 

Louis C. Newhall, Edward Percy Dana, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

The above officers were elected at the annual meeting held October 3, 
1903. There are 216 members. (Names and addresses are entered in the 
Directory of Architects of the American Art Annual.) The library was 
tabulated during 1902, and the result showed that books, lantern slides and 
photographs were valued at $3,205. Semi-monthly meetings are held, with 
lectures or other entertainments. 

The following classes are open to members: Architectural design, model- 
ling, construction arid life. A Traveller Fund is maintained, from which $200 
is awarded to the member who, after making application, is elected by a 
majority vote. 

BOSTON ART CLUB. 

Newbury and Dartmouth Sts., Boston. 

Charles T. Gallagher. S. N. Aldrich, 

President. Treasurer. 

Henry J. Barnes, J. Converse Gray, 
Daniel J. Strain, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

The annual meeting is held the first Saturday in January. 

A School of Drawing for members is maintained, Thomas Allen chair- 
man. The evening class has been discontinued. 

The Club holds two exhibitions annually, viz., oil and sculpture in Janu- 
ary and water colors and black and white in April. Works are purchased at 



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each exhibition for the permanent collection. The following is a list of paint- 
ings purchased since October, 1900: 

Sixty-third Exhibition — Oil and Sculpture, Jan. 4 to Feb. 2, 1901. 

"Quail Country," by F. W. Rogers. 

"Arrangement in Pink, Black and Gold," by Joseph De Camp. 

Sixty-fourth Exhibition — Water Colors, Etc., April 5 to 27, 1901. 

"Our Artist," by F. S. Church. 

"Red Falls, East Branch, Penobscot River, Me.," by Charles Copeland. 

"Toward Close of Day," by W. C. Fitler. 

Sixty-fifth Exhibition — Oil and Sculpture, Jan. 4 to Feb. i, 1902. 

Portrait, Henry Hitchings. 

"Dutch Fisher Folk — Volendam, ' by Antoinette de Forest Parsons. 

''Nearing Sundown," by Walter Clark. 

"East Wind," by Francis Draper. 

"Medicine Man" (Sculpture), by Cyrus E. Dallin. 

Sixty-sixth Exhibition — Water Colors, Etc., April 5 to 26, 1902. 

"Tuning the Violin," by Eva D. Cowdery. 
"Search the Scriptures," by Rhoda Holmes Nicholls. 
"Early Spring," by .Charles Morris Young. 

Sixty-seventh Exhibition — Oils and Sculpture, Jan. 3 to 31, 1903. 

"Floreal," by H. Siddons Mowbray. . 
"Hauling Seaweed," by ^rank H. Richardson. 

Sixty-eighth Exhibition — Water Colors, Etc., April, 1903. 

"The New Book," by F. Luis Mora. 

"Xearing Port," by Marshall Johnson. 

"The Thames at Limehouse," by E. Aubrey Hunt. 

"On the Sands at Day's Close," by Albert Prentice Button. 

"Cattle and Ducks," by A. J. Groenwegen. 

BOSTON ART COMMISSION. 

Samiel D. Warren, Arthur Astor Carey, 

Chairman. Secretary, 

64 Pemberton Sq.,* Boston. 

BOSTON ATHEN^UM. 
Beacon St., Boston. 

Charles K. Bolton, Librarian. 

Incorporated in 1807; the Athenaeum is endowed. The library contains 
nearly 200.000 volumes. There are a number of pieces of sculpture, and it 
owns the Stuart portrait of Washington that hangs in the Museum of Fine 
Arts. The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has its rooms and library 
in the Athenaeum building. 

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Department of Art. 

Horace G. Wadlin, Otto Fleischner, 

Librarian. Assistant Librarian, 

Chief, Department of Special Libraries. 

Total number of volumes according to report on January 31, 1903: Fine 
arts, including music, 27,122; industrial arts, 12,152. Collection of photo- 
graphs consists of 15,127 photographs, 320 colored photographs and 5,956 
process pictures. 



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In the catalogue a single alphabet is now used for the various divisions 
of the Special Libraries, including the fine arts, music, architecture, indus- 
trial arts, etc., formerly filed under separate alphabets. 

Exhibitions of photographs are held at the Central Library, and exhibi- 
tions at the branch stations have been changed monthly. To schools and 
clubs portfolios of pictures have been sent as follows: 1901, 201; 1902, 226; 

1903, 303. 

A number of lectures illustrated by the stereopticon have been given. 
Under the auspices of the Unity Art Club there were four during 1900- 1901, 
six during 1901-1902 and four during 1902- 1903. 

The photograph room has been supplied with the necessary apparatus for 
photographing books, engravings and maps. Members of schools and clubs 
in classes have visited the Special Libraries as follows: 2,401 in 1900-1901, 
2,287 in 1901-1902 and 3,517 in 1902-1903. At^put one-fourth were members 
of the Evening Drawing School special class in design that has met weekly at 
the Library since December 15, tqoo. 

The following decorations of the Library have been completed since Octo- 
ber, 1900: January, 1901, in the Children's Room, twelve female figures rep- 
resenting the Hours and one male figure Time, by John Elliott; in 
January, 1902, in the main Delivery Room the second half of the series of 
fifteen panels illustrating the "Quest and Achievement of the Holy Grail," 
by Edwin A. Abbey, N. A., R. A. ; February 18, 1903, in the upper corridor, 
the second part of the decoration known as the "Triumph of Religion," this 
particular part being entitled "The Dogma of the Redemption," by John S. 
Sargent, X. A., R. A. (See illustration.) 

BOSTON SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS. 
Boston Chapter, A. I. A. 

Robert S. Peabodv, George T. Tilden, 

President. Treasurer. 

Robert D. Andrews, Edwin J. Lewis, Jr., 

Vice President. Secretary, 9 Park St., Boston. 

The annual meeting held in January. (Names and addresses of members 
are entered in the Directory of Architects of the American Art Annual.) 

Rotcii Tr.welling Scholarship. 

The Rotch Travelling Scholarship is under the care of the Boston Society 
of Architects, C. H. Blackall. Secretary, i Somerset Street Candidates must 
be und^r thirty years of age, and must have worked during two years in 
Massachusetts. Preliminary examinations are held on the third Monday and 
Tuesday of April of each year, and the sketch design must be made on the 
following Saturday. The successful candidate receives annually for two 
years $1,000 to be expended in foreign travel and study. The holders of the 
scholarship for the past three years are: 1901, William L. Mowll ; 1902, 
James Ford Clapp; 1903, Edward T. Foulkes. Mr. Foulkes is the twentieth 
holder of the scholarship, and the first to plan a trip around the world. 

BOSTON SOCIETY OF WATER COLOR PAINTERS. 

Thomas Allen, William J. Bixbee. 

President. Secretary and Treasurer, 

Charles Copeland, 616 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

Vice President. 

There are seventeen members. Annual exhibitions are held in February ; 
the fifteenth was hung in the rooms of the Boston Art Club; the next will 
be in 1904. 



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BOSTON WATER COLOR CLUB. 

Charles H. Woodbury, Martha Silsbee, 

President. Secretary, 

D WIGHT Hlaney, Grundmann Studios, Boston. 

Treasurer. 
Annual exhibitions are held in February. 

COPLEY SOCIETY OF BOSTON. 
Copley Hall, Clarendon St., Boston. 

HoLKER Abbott, Charles H. Davis, 

President. H. WiNTHROP Pierce^ 

William Stone, Thomas Allen, 

Treasurer. Vice-Presidents. 

Helen G. Moseley, Secretary. 

For twenty-one years known as Boston Art Students' Association, until 
January, 1901, when the name was formally changed to Copley Sodetj of 
Boston. 

The rooms of the Society at the Grundmann Studios are open daily from 
12 to 7. . The Society has a library and collection of photographs of paintings 
and sculpture, numbering over 1,000, which may be used at the rooms or 
taken home by members. 

The following classes are maintained for the members: Men's Life Class, 
Women's Life Class, Afternoon Sketch Club and Portrait Class. 

Exhibitions. 

November 21 to December 18, 1900. — Contemporary American Art, known as 

the "New Gallery." 
February 27 to March 24, 1901. — "Fair Children." 
February 27 to March 27, 1902. — "Fair Women." 
April I to April 11, 1902. — "Caricature." 
November 19 to December 16. 1902. — Contemporary American Art. 

An exhibition of the works of Whistler will be given in February, 1904. 

THE ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM IN THE FENS. 

Open to the public on the first and third Monday and following Tuesday 
of each month from 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Tickets at $1 may be procured at 
the agency in Copley Square. 

Mrs. John L. Gardner has erected a residence in the Back Bay Fens dis- 
trict of Boston. It is in the Italian style, and she has grouped her art treas- 
ures so that they have the surroundings that belong to them. The environ- 
ment has been kept as clotfe as possible to the period in which the works were 
produced. The opening reception was held February 23, 1903. 

MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE. 

Memorial Hall. 

Mural decoration? for the Memorial Hall of the Ma«:sachusetts State 
House are to be executed by Edward E. Simmons. Henrv Oliver Walker and 
Abbott H. Thayer. One by H. O. Walker, entitled "The Apostle Eliot Preach- 
ing to the Indians." was unveiled in 1903. 




THE DOGMA OF THE REDEMPTION. 
By John S. Sargent. 



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BOSTON. 163 

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, 
Copley Square, Boston. 

Samuel D. Warren, Edward Robinson, 

President. Director. 

Charles Lowell, Benjamin Ives Oilman, 

Treasurer. Assistant Director, 

Secretary and Librarian. 

Edward Robinson, Curator of Classical Art. 

B. H. Hill, Assistant Curator. 

John B. Potter, Keeper of Paintings. 

Emil H. Richter, Curator pro tempore, Department of Prints. 

Paul Chalfin, Curator, Department of Chinese and Japanese Art. 

Edward S. Morse, Keeper of Japanese Pottery. 

Albert M. Lythgoe, Curator, Department of Egyptian Art. 

Open every week day from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., except Monday, when 
It is closed until noon ; on Sundays open from i to 5 p. m. Admission daily 
25 cents, except Saturday and Sunday, when it is free. 

The report of the treasurer for the year ending January i, 1903, showed : 

Investments yielding income for current expenses, under $1,000,000.00 

Investments yielding income for purchase of art objects 185,154.21 

Sum applicable to building purposes, January i, 1903 975,111.99 

In addition to these amounts and to certain specific trust funds the assets 
consist of the Fenway land and the collection. The annual subscriptions are 
about $12,000. 

Current receipts for 1903 were $58,188.17, and the current expenses 
$76,160.15, leaving a deficiency of $17,971.98. 

1900. 1901. 1902. 

Annual subscriptions $11 ,900 $12,845 $12,848 

Gifts and bequests 122,900 68,518 33,200 

Expended for works of art 136,063 213,689 19,309 

Attendance 235,340 235,208 257,963 

Accessions to library 388 772 613 

In 1902 the trustees authorized the sale of the present Museum building 
and the land appurtenant. A contract of sale was made on behalf of the 
Museum with a syndicate known as the Copley Square Trust, for the pur- 
chase price of $1,800,000, possession to be given at the option of the Museum 
at any time before June, 1909. The trustees appointed a building committee 
with full powers to procure plans, specifications ^nd estimates for Museum 
buildings on the Fenway land. The president is chairman, and the director 
is secretary of the committee. R. Clipston Sturgis was chosen as the architect 
in the initial stage of the planning of the new Museum, and he selected Ed- 
mund M. Wheelwright as consulting architect. 

The work of the Print Department has been continued, the total number 
of prints being about 73»900. The library of the print department includes 
1.522 works in 1,814 volumes. An exhibition of photographs of paintings by 
Rembrandt in July, 1901, was followed by selections from new acquisitions, 
November i, 1901 ; engravings by Lucas van Leyden. Diirer and Marco- 
Antonio Raimondi, February i, 1902; four centuries of Dutch and Flemish 
etchings, November i, 1902. 

In 1900 a room was assigned for the collection of photographs and an 
assistant placed in charge. 

General Exhibitions. 

1900.— Water colors, by the Japanese artists Hiroshi Yoshida and Hachiro 
Nakagawa. 

1901.— Photographic Association of New England. Drawings by Francis 



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G. Attwood. Twenty-fifth anniversary exhibition of the School of Drawing 
and Painting. 

1902. — Mrs. S. D. Warren's collection of pictures. 

Chief Acquisitions. 

"Quilleboeuf — the Mouth of the Seine," oil painting by J. M. W. Turner, 
from the income of the Sylvanus A. Denio Fund. 

"The Hurdy-gurdy Boy" and "Girl with a Kitten," by William Morris 
Hunt, and landscape by Washington Allston ; bequest of Edmund Dwight 

Two thousand photographs, 7J33 engravings and four of his own paint- 
ings, bequeathed by William P. Babcock. 

"Lazarus," by Elihu Vedder ; gift of Edward A. Grozier. 

"Don Balthazar Carlos and His Dwarf," by Velasquez, and "Portrait of 
a Lady," by Franz Hals, bought from the Henry L. Pierce Fund. 

Rogers collection of loi pieces of Chinese porcelain, bought fram the 
income of the James Fund. 

"Portrait of a Woman," by Bonifazio, gift of Henry L. Higginson in 
memory of Edward W. Hooper. 

Four hundred and fourteen prints, chiefly Americana, bequest of Abram 
E. Cutter. 

"Pieta," by Carlo Crivelli, purchased by an anonymous gift aided by an 
appropriation from the James Fund. 

Collection of amber, bequest of William Arnold Buffum. 

Portrait of "William Locke," by Sir Thomas Lawrence, gift of -Denman 
W. Ross in memory of General Loring. 

Books for Egyptian Department, bequest of General Loring. 

Two himdred and forty- four etchings by Charles Jacque, gift of Samuel 
P. Avery. 

Paintings, pottery, books and $30,000, bequest of George W. Wales. 

Textiles, pottery and iron work, gift of Denman W. Ross. 

Numerous important objects, from the Egyptian Exploration Fund. 

PAINT AND CLAY CLUB. 

Thomas Allen, J. Philip Rinn, 

President. Treasurer. 

Marcus Waterman^ William Howe Downes, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

324 Washington St., Boston. 

No exhibitions have been held recently, but it is continued as a social club. 

THE SOCIETY OF ARTS AND CRAFTS. 
14 Somerset St., Boston. 

Arthur A. Carey, H. Langford Warren, 

President. Mrs. Henry Whitman, 

Frederic Allen Whiting, A. W. Longfellow, 

Secretary and Treasurer. Vice-Presidents. 

The rooms are open to the public daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. for the 
exhibition and sale of such works, designed or executed by members, as have 
been admitted for sale by a jury elected by the council. 

The Society was organized in 1897 "for the purpose of promoting artistic 
work in all branches of handicraft, and to bring designers and workmen into 
mutually helpful relations. The membership of the Society is divided into 
three classes: Craftsmen, Masters and Associates. (Names of Craftsmen and 
Masters are entered in the Directory of Workers in Applied Arts of the 
American Art Annual.) Social meetings are frequently held, at which ad- 
dresses are made by members or others qualified to speak upon one of the 
crafts* or some kindred subject. 



BOSTON, BRIDGEPORT AND BUFFALO. 165 

In April. 1902, the Society commenced the publication of Handicraft, a 
small monthly which is intended as a means of increasing clearness of thought 
and community of sentiment among the followers of the Arts and Crafts 
movement. In connection with the South End House Association the Society 
conducts the lace industry at the South Bay Union. 640 Harrison Avenue. 
Here Honiton and Duchesse, Venice. Burano, Brussels, Alen^on and Angle- 
terre Point laces are made, and old laces are repaired by a group of young 
women under the expert guidance of Mrs. K J. Weber. 

ST. BOTOLPH CLUB. 
Boston, Mass. 

Frequent exhibitions are held, among them the works of Joseph Lindon 
Smith in November. 1901 : Charles H. Hayden in January, 1902, and thirty- 
three paintings by Robert Reid in February, 1902. 

UNITY ART CLUB. 
Boston, Mass. 

Lectures under the auspices of this Club are held at the Boston Public 
Library. 

BRIDGEPORT PUBLIC UBRARY. 

Main St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Frederick Hurd, William J. Hills, 

President. Treasurer and Superintendent. 

WnxiAM B. HiNCKS, Charles Sherwood, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

The Art Department is open from September to June, daily, 2 130 to 5 '.30 
p. m. ; Monday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 9:30. Sundays and 
holidays excepted. 

Alterations in the library building were completed in September, 1901, 
and the additions include a well equipped art gallery. There have been 
monthly exhibitions and weekly free lectures. 

THE THUMB TACK CLUB. 
Bridgeport, Conn. 

Charles W MacCord, Albert E. Smith, 

President. Treasurer and Secretary, 

334 Fairfield Ave. 

*WALKER ART GALLERY. 
Bowdoin College. Brunswick, Me. 

BUFFALO CHAPTER, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. 

Edward B. Green, M. G. Beierl. 

President. Treasurer. 

H. Osgood Holl.\nd. William L. Fuchs. 
Robert A. Wallace, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 215 Franklin St. 

There are thirty-one practicing members. (The names are entered in the 
Directory of Architects of the American Art Annual. ) 



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BUFFALO FINE ARTS ACADEMY. 

Edmund Hayes, W. H. Gratwick, 

President. Treasurer. 

Carleton Sprague, Willis O. Chapin, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

56 White Bldg. 

Six pictures were bought for the permanent collection from the Pan 
American Exposition in 1901 : 

"The Sisters," bv F. W. Benson. 

"Lady in Black, ' by H. Siddons Mowbray. 

"Oaks," by Henry W. Ranger. 

"Gloucester." by Childe Hassam. 

"In the Studio." by Edward Dufncr. 

"Autumn in Brittany," by W. E. Schofield. 
Next exhibition will be held in December, 1903. 

♦BUFFALO GUILD OF APPLIED ARTS. 
391 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

♦BUFFALO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

The New York State Building for the Pan-American Exposition is now 
the home of the Historical Society. 

♦BUFFALO SOCIETY OF ARTISTS, 
Library Building. 



PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. 

Buffalo, N. Y., 1901. 

DIVISION OF FINE ARTS. 

WiLLLwi A. CoFFix\, A. N. A., Charles C. Curran, 

Director. Assistant Director. 

THE EXHIBITION OF FINE ARTS. 

Extracts From the Report of William A. Coffin, Director of Fine Arts. 

The exhibition was made up almost altogether by direct invitation. The 
artists of the United Slates, both those at home and those resident abroad, were 
asked to submit lists of iheir works executed since 1876 which they especially 
wished to have represent them in the exhibition, and selections were made 
from these lists. Some of the works in the exhibition were secured from the 
artists themselves, while others were obtained from amateurs and from public 
institutions. 

The Director of Fine Arts, as soon as it was determined, in October, 1900, 
that the scope of the exhibition should include only works of American artists, 
fell that, while his work should begin at home and the first thing to be done 
was to secure the co-operation of the eminent artists who lived in the United 
Slates, it was quite as important to secure a full representation of the best 
work of our artists dwelling in Europe. He went abroad in January to obtain 
contributions from the artists in Paris and other parts of the Continent and in 
Great Britain, and the result of this trip was to secure work from most of the 
pruiuinciU .\merican painters and sculptors in Europe, and also an interesting 



PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION, BUFFALO. 167 

collection of works by younger men who have finished their studies in the 
European art centres but have not yet returned to take up permanent residence 
at home. 

The United States exhibitors numbered over 650, and the total of works 
shown in the four groups was nearly 1,700. There were about 1,000 pictures, 
oil or water color, pastel and miniatures. In sculpture there were over 225 
works. The etchings, engravings, black and white drawings, etc., numbered 
about 325. Over 100 photographs of buildings erected by leading architects 
and some models composed the architectural section. A gallery in the Fine 
Arts Building contained the Canadian exhibition of fine arts, which was made 
up by a committee of the Royal Canadian Academy, with Mr. Robert Harris, 
President of the Academy, as chairman. In addition to these there were in 
the sculpture court half a dozen pieces of sculpture by Canadian artists. In 
'the International Section there were works by artists of South American birth 
and from such North American provinces as Newfoundland. 

The group system in the hanging of pictures was a feature of this exhi- 
bition, and it is owing in part to following this system of placing a number 
of works by the same artist in a group on the walls that the co-operation 
of a number of eminent artists was secured who are unwilling to lend to exhi- 
bitions where only one or two examples of their work may be shown, or 
where, if they have a larger number, these works may be widely scattered. 
The exhibition of sculpture proved to be a revelation to those who have not 
closely followed the wonderful progress made in recent years by American 
sculptors. It included a number of important works which have been ac- 
claimed in the annual exhibitions in New York and other cities ; many pieces 
which have been medalled at the Paris Universal Expositions and in the 
annual Salons, as well as a number of works which have not before been ex- 
hibited in the United States or in Europe. Among the pictures were over 100 
canvases which have been awarded prizes at the Society of American Artists, 
the National Academy of Design, the American Water Color Society and 
other annual exhibitions in New York ; at the Pennsylvania Academy of the 
Fine Arts, the Art Club of Philadelphia, the Art Institute of Chicago, and 
other important exhibitions in the United States, and in various foreign exhi- 
bitions. There were pictures also by such eminent artists as George Inness, 
Homer Martin and A. H. Wyant, among those who have passed away, but 
whose work lends glory to the contemporary American school. 

CLASSIFICATION. 

Group I. — Paintings in oil, water color, pastel and other recognized mediums ; 

miniatures, cartoons. 
Group II. — Sculpture, including medals and cameos. 
Group III. — Drawings, etchings, engravings, black and white or monotint 

paintings in oil or water color. 

Group IV. — Architecture. 

JURIES. 

Acting in an advisory capacity as committees of selection in judging 
works oflFered by artists not invited. 

WiLUAM A. Coffin, Director of Fine Arts, member of all juries. 
Charles C. Curran, Assistant Director, Secretary to the Jury. 

Group I. Group I — Continued. 

Edwin H. Blashfield, N. A.. New York. miniatures 

Hugh H. Breckenridge, Philadelphia, x . m^enhi Npw York 

WilHam M. Chase, N. A., New York. \^^'^ t R^ir' ^IZ VnrL 

R. Swain Gifford, N. A., New York. ^^^^^^"^ J* ^""^^^ ^^^ Y°^^- 
Edward Simmons, Wainscott, N. Y. Group II. 

Frederick P. Vinton, N. A., Boston. 

Charles Y. Turner, N. A., New York. Daniel C. French, N. A., New York. 

Irving R. Wiles, N. A., New York. Charles Grafly, Philadelphia. 



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JVRIES-(C<mtinu€d). 
Groii' II — Oifitiniied. 



Group IV. 



Karl Bitter. New York. John M. Carrere, New York. 

A. Phimister Proctor, A. N. A., New Walter Cook, New York. 

York. John Galen Howard. New Y'ork. 

Group III. George F. Shepley, Boston, 

J. Carroll Beckwith. N. A.. New York. George Cary. Buffalo 
Kenvon Cox. A. N. A.. New York. August C Esenwein. Buffalo. 
Thu're de ThiilstruP. New York. Edward B. Green. Buffalo. 

Henry Wolf. New York. Robert S Peabody. Boston. 

J. Knox Taylor, Washington. 

JURIES OE AWARDS. 

Henry S Pritchett. William A. Coffin, A. N. A., 

Superintendent of Awards. Director of Fine Arts. 

Group I. Group III. 

J. Carrnll Beckwtth. N. .\.. Chairman. Henr>- Wolf. 



Edwin Howland BiaNhfteld. N. A. 
Kenvon Cox. A. N. A. 
G. A. Reid. R. C A. (Canada). 
Samuel Ishani. A. N. .V. 

Group H. 

Daniel C. French N. A 

Herbert Adams. N. A. 

A- Phimister Froct^.ir. A. X. A. 



Kenvon Cox. .\. N. A. 
Samuel I^ham. A. N. A. 



Group IV. 

Henry Rutgers Marshall. 
William R. Ware. 
Ca5$ Gilbert. 



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Edwtti A. Abbey. 
John W. .\te\ander. 
Cevitta Beaux. 

Kob«rt F. BUtm. 
Ge:ng>e rSe F»'rv<t Bru^h. 
Witaam M. Otjls'C. 
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169 



Silver Medals — 



Louise Cox. 

Charles C. Curran. 

Elliott Daingerfield. 

Arthur B. Davies. 

Charles H. Davis. 

Henry Golden Dearth. 

Louis Paul Dessar. 

Charles Melville Dewey. 

F. V. Du Mond. 

Frank Duveneck. 

John J. Enneking. 

Ben Foster. 

Walter Gay. 

R. Swain Gifford. 

Robert Henri. 

Albert Herter. 

William H. Howe. 

George Inness, Jr. 

John Humphreys Johnston. 

Francis C. Jones. 

Wm. Sergeant Kendall. 

William F. Kline. 

Wilton Lockwood. 

Louis Loeb. 

Will H. Low. 

Dana Marsh. 

George W. Maynard. 

Willard L. Metcalf. 

Robert C. Minor. 

Thomas Moran. 

J. Francis Murphy. 

Leonard Ochtman. 

Benjamin C. Porter. 

Chas. Sprague Pearce. 

Thomas Allen. 
W. Verplanck Birney. 
H. S. Bisbing. 
Max Bohm. 
Joseph H. Boston. 
Hugh H. Breckenridge. 
John B. Bristol. 
Carlton T. Chapman. 
Lockwood de Forest. 
Maria Oakey Dewing. 
J. H. Dolph. 
Arthur W. Dow. 
Edward Dufner. 
C. Harry Eaton. 
Geo. Wharton Edwards. 
J. W. Finn. 
Frank Fowler. 
Kenneth Frazier. 
Frederick W. Freer. 
Henry B. Fuller. 
Gilbert Gaul. 
Edward Gay. 
Seymour J. Guy. 



( Continued. ) 

Charles A. Piatt. 
Henry W. Ranger. 
Robert Reid. 
Albert P. Ryder. 
W. Elmer Schofield. 
Robert V. V. Sewell. 
Walter Shirlaw. 
Julian Story. 
Henry O. Tanner. 
C. Y. Turner. 
John H. Twachtman. 
R. W. Van Boskerck. 
Robert W. Vonnoh. 
Douglas Volk. 
Henry Oliver Walker. 
Edwin Lord Weeks. 
Worthington Whittredge. 
W. L. Palmer, water colors. 
Henry B. Snell, water colors. 
Albert Sterner, water colors. 
Ross Turner, water colors. 
Lucia F. Fuller, miniatures. 
Laura C. Hills, miniatures. 
E, Dyonnet (Canada). 
E. Wyly Grier (Canada). 
John Hammond (Canada). 
Laura Muntz (Canada). 
Jas. W. Morrice (Canada). 
M. Rafael Correa (Chile). 
Pedro Lira (Chile). 
Juan E. Harris (Chile). 
M. Pedro A. Reszka (Chile). 
L. Romaneck (Cuba). 



Bronze Medals. 

Birge Harrison. 
E. L. Henry. 
Charles Hopkinson. 
William H. Hyde. 
William Keith. 
Augustus Koopman. 
Frederick W. Kost. 
Francis Lathrop. 
W. L. Lathrop. 
Albert P. Lucas. 
Clara T. MacChesney. 
Mary F. MacMonnies. 
C. Morgan Mcllhenney. 
Alfred H. Maurer. 
Richard E. Miller. 
Hermann Dudley Murphy. 
Rhoda Holmes Nicholls. 
J. C. Nicoll. 
Charles Rollo Peters. 
Henry R. Poore. 
Edith Mitchill Prellwitz. 
Henry Prellwitz. 
Edward W. Redfield. 



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AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



Bronze. Medals — {Continued.) 



R K. M. Rehn. 
William M. J. Rice. 
Julius Rolshoven. 
Edward F. Rook. 
Guy Rose. 
William Sartain. 
Charles Schreyvogel. 
William E. Schumacher. 
Amanda Brewster Sewell. 
R. M. Shurtleff. 
William T. Smedley. 
Charles J. Theriat. 
S. Seymour Thomas. 
William Thorne. 
Jules Turcas. 
H. M. Walcott. 
Edgar M. Ward. 
Harry W. Watrous. 
William Wendt. 
Sarah Wyman Whitman. 

Honorable 

Katherine Abbot. 

Charles P. Adams. 

Otto H. Bacher. • 

Carle J. Blenner. 

Maria Brooks. 

Ethelbert W. Brown. 

W. W. Churchill. 

Alphaeus P. Cole, 

E. Irving Couse. 

Howard Gardiner Gushing. 

Arthur Dawson. 

Frank I>e Haven. 

Mary Estelle Dickson. 

Charles Warren Eaton. 

Herbert W. Faulkner. 

Mark Fisher. 

Augustus Franzen. 

Robert D. Gauley. 

Philip Hale. 

William St. John Harper. 

Mary B. Hazelton. 

Adele Herter. 

Lucius Hitchcock. 

Arthur Hoeber. 

Dora Wheeler Keith. 

Ella Condie Lamb. 

S. L. Landeau. 

William H. Lippincott. 

M. C. Macpherson (Newfoundland) 

Anna Lea Merritt 

Stanley Middleton. 

Ada C. Murphy. 

J. H. Niemeyer. 

William M. Paxton. 

Frank C. Penfold. 

Helen W. Phelps. 

W. Merritt Post 



Carleton Wiggins. 
Frederick Ballard Williams. 
Charles H. Woodbury. 
M. B. Prendergast, water colors. 
Sarah C. Sears, water colors. 
R. E. Sherwood, water colors. 
F. H. Smith, water colors. 
William J. Baer, miniatures. 
Theodora W. Thayer, miniatures. 
F. S. Challener (Canada). 
Maurice Cullen (Canada). 
Wm. Cruikshank (Canaoa). 
Edmund Morris (Canada). 
A. D. Patterson (Canada). 
J. St. Charles (Canada). 
A. V. Puelma .(Chile). 
Alberto Orrego Luco (Chile). 
Onofro Jarpa (Chile). 
A. Menocal (Cuba). 

Mention. 

Will S. RobinscMi. 

Emily Sartain. 

John G. Saxton. 

Ellen K. B. Thompson. 

H. Stanley Todd. 

William B. Van Ingen. 

John F. Weir. 

Charles Morris Young. 

Will Howe Foote. 

Percy Ives. 

L. F. Emmet, water colors. 

E. M. Scott, water colors. 
A. Beckington, miniatures. 
K. M. Huger, miniatures. 
M. J. Strean, miniatures. 
Carl A. Weidner, miniatures. 
Edith D. Weir, miniatures. 
M. A. Bell (Canada). 

F. M. Bell-Smith (Canada). 
F. H. Brigden (Canada). 
Florence Carlyle (Canada). 
J. W. L. Forster (Canada). 
J. L. Graham (Canada). 
Robert F. Gagen (Canada). 

F. M. Knowles (Canada). 
C. M. Manly (Canada). 
Mary H. Reid (Canada). 

S. Strickland Tully (Canada). 
Paul Wickson (Canada). 
Concepcion Mercier (Cuba). 
J. Joaquin Tejada (Cuba). 
Alberto V. Llanos (Chile). • 
Nicanor G. Mendez (Chile). 

G. Martinez (Mexico). 
Cleosas Almanza (Mexico). 
Luis Desangles (Dom. Rep.). 
E. A. Eschandi (Costa Rica). 



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171 



Sculpture (Group II). 

Augustus Saint Gaudens, a special award of a Diploma and Medal of 
Honor, created for his work, above and apart from all other awards at the 
Pan-American Exposition. 

Gold Medals. 



George Grey Barnard. 
Paul W. Bartlett. 
Karl Bitter. 
Richard E. Brooks. 
Charles Grafly. 

Lorado Taft. 
Louis Saint Gaudens. 
Cyrus E. Dallin. 
Frank Edwin Elwell. 
Solon H. Borglum. 

John J. Boyle. 
Andrew O'Connor. 
Victor David Brenner. 
William Couper. 
Charles R. Harley. 
J. Scott Hartley. 



Frederick MacMonnies. 
H. A. MacNeil. 
Charles H. Niehaus. 
Virginio Arias (Chile). 

Silver Medals. 

J. H. Roudebush. 

John Flanagan. 

Bela L. Pratt. 

W. S. Alward (Canada). 

Simon Gonzalez (Chile). 

Bronse Medals. 

Eli Harvey. 

Edward Berge. 

Attilio Piccirilli. 

Senorita R. Matte (Chile), 

Nicanor Plaza (Chile). 

Honorable Mention, 

Adolph A. Weinman. 
John Gelert. 
Clement J. Barnhom. 
Amory C. Simons. 
Ernesto Concha (Chile). 



William Sergeant Kendall. 
Furio Piccirilli. 
A. Stirling Calder. 
Samuel Murray. 
Bessie Potter Vonnoh. 
Enid Yandell. 

Drawings, Etchings, Engravings, Etc. (Group III). 

Gold Medals. 

J. McNeill Whistler, etchings. Howard Pyle, drawings. 

T. Cole, wood engravings. Wm. J. Glackens, drawings. 

Silver Medals. 



W. M. Aikman, wood engraving. 
V. Bernstrom, wood engraving, 
W. A. Clark, drawing. 
W. B. Closson, wood engraving. 
H. Davidson, wood engraving. 
J. P. Davis, wood engraving. 
F. V. Du Mond, drawing. 
Frank Duveneck, etching. 

F. French, wood engraving. 
C. Dana Gibson, drawing. 
T. Johnson,, drawing. 

G. Kruell, wood engraving. 

Bronze 

P. Aitken, wood engraving. 
C. W. Chadwick,wood engraving. 
R. C. Collins, wood engraving. 
A. B. Comstock, wood engraving. 
Maud A. Cowles, drawing. 
S. P. Davis, wood engraving. 
J. W. fevans, wood engraving. 



F. S. King, wood and cop. eng. 
Louis Loeb, drawing. 

D. S. MacLaughlin, etching. 
R. A. Muller, wood engraving. 
Maxfield Parrish, drawing. 

J. Pennell, etching and drawing. 
C. A. Powell, wood engraving. 

G. S. Putnam, wood engraving. 
Wm. T. Smedley, drawing. 

J. Tinkey, wood engraving. 
F. H. Wellington, wood eng. 
A. B. Wenzell, drawing. 

Medals. 

E. Heineman, wood engraving. 
Arthur I. Keller, drawing. 

W. S. Kendall, drawing. 
H. C. Merrill, wood engraving. 
W. Miller, wood engraving. 
H. W. Peckwell, wood eng. 
E. C. Schladitz, wood eng. 



172 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Bronze Medals — {Continued.) 

C. Schwartzburger, engraving. Albert Sterner, drawing. 

R. R Sherwood, drawing. Sarah S. Stilwell, drawing. 

C. State, wood engraving. C. Y. Turner, drawing. . 

Honorable Mention, 

H. R. Blaney, etching. W. F. Hopson, copper engraving. 

H. C. Christy, drawing. H. McCarter, drawing. 

Fannie Y. Cory, drawing. S. M. Northcote, wood eng. 

A. W. Dow, color prints. Louis Rhead, drawing. 

Geo. Wharton Edwards, drawing. Chas. J. Taylor, drawing. 

Jules Guerin, drawing. T. de Thulstrup, drawing. 
C. L. Hinton, drawing. 

Architecture (Group IV). 

Gold Medals. 

Cope & Steward son. Ernest Flagg. 

Frank Miles Day & Brother. McKim, Meade & White. 

Wilson Eyre, Jr. 

Silver Medals. 

Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson. Hunt & Hunt. 

Bronze Medals. 
Boring & Tilton. A. W. Longfellow, Jr. 

Honorable Mention. 

.Elzener & Anderson. Little & Brown. 

Edwin J. Lewis, Jr. T. Henry Randall. 

GIBBS ART INSTITUTE. 
Charleston, S. C. 

A classical building of Winnsboro granite is to be erected on the site 
of the old Grand Opera House on Meeting Street. The site and building 
will cost about $100,000. 

SOUTH CAROLINA INTER-STATE AND WEST INDIAN 

EXPOSITION, 1902. 

Charleston, S. C. 

James B. Townsend, Director of Fine Arts. 

The art gallery, which stood by itself in the so called natural section 
of the exposition grounds and on the bank of the Ashley River, was a 
permanent structure of brick covered with ivory tinted staff. 

It was divided into one large central or sculpture court and two side 
galleries, and on the four pediments at the corners were the groups in 
sculpture made of staff which had adorned the Dewey Naval Arch in New 
York. There were thirteen panels on the walls of the building, just under 
the pediment of the roof, and on these were inscribed in letters of gold the 
names of the foremost deceased American painters, sculptors and architects. 
The names selected after considerable competition were those of the painters 
Inness, Wyant and Martin, Fuller, Stuart, Copley, Peale and Sully; the 
sculptors Powers and Story, and the architects Richardson and Hunt. This 
was the first time that the names of dead American masters of the allied 
arts have been placed upon any American art building in preference to 
those of foreign masters. On the two small pediments flanking the broad 



SOUTH CAROLINA INTER-STATE EXPOSITION. 173 

stairway at the front of the building stood Daniel C. French's figures of 
Architecture and Art. 

The feature of the art display itself was the fact that every American 
painter of note, from Gilbert Stuart to Sargent and Chase, was represented 
by at least one good example. Charleston and its adjacent country were 
found to be very rich in examples of early American art There were shown 
in one gallery over 100 examples of such early American painters as Gilbert 
Stuart, Trumbull, the Peales, Jarvis, Waldo, Copley and the later Ingham, 
Inman, Jewett and Sully — all collected in and around Charleston. There 
were eight examples of Copley, including the double portrait of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ralph Izard recently purchased by the Boston Museum, six of Gilbert 
Stuart and thirty-nine of Sully. There were also shown in this gallery de- 
voted to early American art a number of miniatures by Malbone and Fraser 
and Bonnetheau, the early miniature painters, and some examples by Rem- 
brandt Peale. 

The remainder of the art display was' made up of over four hundred 
pictures and some hundred pieces of sculpture. Many of them had been 
shown at the preceding Buffalo exhibition, and others were from the dealers' 
and private galleries of New York, Boston and Philadelphia. There were 
five examples of Chase, two of Sargent and one or more of Inness, Wyant, 
Martin, Homer, O. H. Walker, Horatio Walker, Thomas Moran, Murphy, 
Picknell, Bunce, Vinton, Eastman Johnson, John W. Alexander, Beckwith, 
Frank Fowler, etc. 

The Jury. 

George H. Bogert. E. Taylor Snow. 

J. HT Dolph. Mrs. J. Madison Taylor. 

Edward Gay. Rev. Dr. Robert Wilson. 
J. Scott Hartley. 

The jury ruled that no picture previously medalled should be eligible for 
awards, and gave only ten gold medals and twenty silver medals to the 
pictures, and two gold and five silver medals to the sculptures. The awards 
were as follows : 

Oil Paintings. 

Gold Medals. 

J. Carroll Beckwith. J. Francis Murphy. 

Wm. M. Chase. Henry W. Ranger. 

R. Swain Gifford. R. W. Vonnoh. 

Win slow Homer. H. O. Walker. 

Henry Mosler. Horatio Walker. 

Silver Medals. 

W. Gedney Bunce. E. L. Henry. 

B. West Clinedinst. George Inness, Jr. 
W. A. Coffin. Charles F. Naegle. 
Bruce Crane. • Charles A. Needham. 
H. G. Dearth. Leonard Ochtman. 

F. De Haven. Van Dusen Perrine. 

Louis P. Dessar. F. K. M. Rehn. 

C. Warren Eaton. William Sartain. 
Frank Fowler. Amanda Brewster Sewell. 
F. W. Freer. Douglas Volk. 

^ Bronze Medals. 

Maria Hrooks. Miss E. Richards. 

Carlton T. Chapman. Harry Roseland. 

Harrington Fitzgerald. Edward G. Sieber. 

Homer Lee. Laura E. Snow. 

Rhoda Holmes Nicholls. A. T. Van Laer. 



174 ' AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Water Colors. 

Silver Medals. 

C. Miles Collier. Sarah C. Sears. 

Percival De Luce. F. Hopkinson Smith. 

George Wharton Edwards. C. Morris Young. 
Walter L. Palmer. 

Bronze Medals. 

Amy Cross. Everett Shinn. 

H. Farney. W. Granville Smith. 

J. H. Moser. Jessie Wilcox. 

Sculptures. 

Gold Medals. 

Charles Grafly. Charles H. Niehaus. 

Silver Medals. 

Herbert Adams. Charles A. Lopez. 

Karl Bitter. Herman A. MacNeil. 

Thomas Shields Clark. Attilio PiccirillL 

Charles A. Gudebrod. Elsie Ward. 

The exhibits of Augustus Saint Gaudens were considered as hors con- 
cours at his own request, as well as Chartran*s canvas, ** Signing of the 
Peace Protocol." 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Department of Architecture. 
Robinson Hall. 

Robinson Hall, erected in memory of Nelson Robinscm, Jr., was built in 
1902, at a cost of about $200,000. (For details of the School of Architecture 
see tabulated list of schools.) 

The Fogg Art Museum. 

Charles H. Moore, Director. 
(For fotmdation and history see Vol. I, p. 117.) 

The Museum is open daily from 9 until 5 o'clock, and from 7 to 9 in the 
evening ; on Sundays from i till 5 p. m. 

During 1900- 1901 the most important accessions to the Museum consisted 
of a marble statue, an original work of later Greek sculpture, from members 
of the class of 1895 ; a large triptych in tempera of the Italian School of the 
Fifteenth Century; a "Holy Family" of the Sixteenth Century in oil, added 
by Edward W. Forbes to his loan collection; a lead pencil and wash draw- 
ing by John Ruskin has been acquired by the Department of Fine Arts. Sev- 
enteen electrotype representations of objects of Mycenean art, two electrotypes 
of Vaphio cups, 85S photographs and^ 266 slides were purdiased. 

During 1901-1902 the Museum acquired 200 phototype reproductions of 
Rembr-indt's works; 217 slides; a water color drawing by Tomer; a marble 
statue of Narcissus. 

The Gray and Randall collections together afford materials for ^e thor- 
ough study of engraving from its earliest beginnings and in all its varieties^ 
In the year 1901-1902 ten prints of Turner's **Liber Studorium** were added to 
the Gray Collection. A large part of the income of both the Gray and Rsmdall 
funds was used for the expenses of cataloguing and administration; 1.574 
prints of the Randall Collection were catalogued, and 323 (new accesskms) of 
the Gray Collection. 



CAMBRIDGE. AND CHICAGO. 175 

Photographs of the original works of art at the Museum are now kept on 
salt. . . 

Visits Made — 1901-1902: For access to photographs, 1,462; for access to 
prints, 169. 1902-1903 : For access to photographs, 1,289 J for access to prints, 

473. 

Germanic Museum. 

The Museum has recently received a fine collection of casts, valued at 
$100,000, which was presented by the Emperor of Germany in March, 1902. 
The Museum will be dedicated and opened to the public in November, 1903. 

ALTRUA ART LIBRARY. i 

1223 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111. 

The Library is open all day and is free to any woman employed id the 
downtown district. Membership tickets are sold to those not employed down- 
town at $1 a year. 

In addition to the books the Library contains a large collection of maga- 
zine articles bound and catalogued under the heads of art, literature, biogra- 
phy, etc. The Altrua Club owns about 4,000 photographs which may be used 
to illustrate talks or papers. Free classes in Greek and Roman history, Eng- 
lish literature, French, art history, etc., meet in the evenings. 

THE ANTIQUARIANS OF THE ART INSTITUTE. 

Chicago, 111. 

The society called the Antiquarians of the Art Institute is an associatioji 
of ladies organized for the sole object of making collections of antique ^nd 
artistic textile fabrics and other objects of decorative art, for the Museum", of 
the Art Institute. 

During the past three years a number of objects have been purchased and 
presented to the Art Institute by the Society, and many others were presented 
by individuals through the Antiquarians. 

Some of these gifts were as follows: Several ecclesiastical robes of the 
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries from Mexico; a collection of 235 pieces of 
old lace from Germany; a jewel 'box from Tunis; a snuff box of the Louis 
XV period ; and a sixteenth century cabinet from the curator of the Museun> 
at Berlin. A collection of old tassels was begun, as a means of education to 
the modem educator. In the following year the tassel collection was aug- 
mented, and galloons and fringes added. An Indian lace handkerchief, art 
Italian ring, an old English silver tea set and a Flemish cabinet were received 
during that year. 

THE ART CRAFT INSTITUTE. 

184 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. T. Vernette Morse, President. Director Art Department. 

(For information regarding classes, see tabulated list of schools.) 
The Hand Workers* Guild of the Institute is an organization composed of 
students and patrons for the purpose of social intercourse, lectures and exhi- 
bitions of work. It meets every Saturday afternoon during the school year. 

THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, 
Adams St. and Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Charles L. Hutchinson, Ernest A. Hamill, 

President. Treasurer. 

Martin A. Ryerson, N. H. Carpenter, 

Vice President. Secretary. 

W. M. R. French, Director. 

(For foundation and history, see Vol. I. p. 138.) < • 



176 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

The M,useum is open to the public every week day from 9 a. m. to 
5 p. m., and Sundays from i to 5 p. m. Admission is free to members and 
their families at all times, and free to all on Wednesday and Sunday; on 
other days the admission is 25 cents. 

Statistics. 

1901. 1902. 1903. 

Expenses (Museum, School, Library). $91,915.42 $109,662.85 $134,649.19 

Receipts 84,605.92 100,476.57 95»934-63 

Deficit $7,30950 $9,186.28 $38,714.56 

Total membership 2455 2,613 2,552 

Total attendance 653475 680,513 713^577 

Sessions in Memorial Hall 193 202 212 

Total attendance, Memorial Hall 46,285 45,261 47,859 

Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson fitted up with mosaic floor, marble wainscoting 
and appropriate decorations the corridor adjacent to the collection bearing 
their name. The work was execifled in the summer of 1901 and opened to 
the public at the same time as the Ryerson Library. 

The Ryerson Library, erected by Mr. Martin A. Ryerson, was completed 
and opened upon October 26, 1901. The general scheme of decoration of the 
Library was designed and executed by Elmer E. Gamsey. The skylight was 
designed by Louis J. Millet. The official report of June 4, 1903, shows that 
the Library contains 2.900 volumes, and that the visitors during the year 
numbered 42.769. A room in the Librar>- has been partitioned off and fitted 
up for the accommodation of a collection of stereopticon slides of paintings, 
sculpture and other objects of art. Mrs. A. N. Kendal has started this col- 
lection and borne the expense of fittmg up the room; 300 slides have already 
been purchased. 

The Sculpture Hall was finished in November. 1902, and the installation 
of architectural casts begun. The building is roofed in at the top of the 
first floor, thus enclosing the Sculpture Gallery. This hall is 208 feet long, 
58 feet wide and 3s ^^^^ high. Some of the casts are 35 feet long and more 
than 30 feet high. These casts, of cathedral portals and other architectural 
sculpture from the eleventh to the nmeteenth century, were sent to the Colum- 
bian Exposition by the French Government, and a part of them has been 
kept in storage for nearly ten years. The collection was formed under the 
direction of the French National Committee on Historic Monuments, from 
the Trocadero. the Louvre and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. 
The largest pieces are pv^rtals of the Cathedrals of Bordeaux. St. Marccaux 
and St. Gilles. and the choir gallery of Limo|[es. 

Mr. Norman W. Harris established a pnze of $500, to be awarded for 
the best painting in the exhibition by an American artist, painted within 
two years preceding the exhibition. The first award was made at the fifteenth 
annual exhibition in October, igcw. 

The Trustees of the institute interested themselves in the amendment of 
the inheritance tax laws, and under 1 law of Congress ordering the reim- 
bursement of money paid by charitable and educational institutions under 
such law the Institute recovered $i»-:50 paid upon the bei^uest of T. B. Black- 
stone. 

iMPOftT.VNT .\CV>^tSmONS. 

1900- igoi. — Legal possession ot che Miutger cv>necti«wHi of pictures, in 

fursiiance of the bequest of Albert A. Mun»er. wh<.> died August 26*. 1898: 
jj.56j.50. legacy of Timothy R Blackstone ; ^$54^54. legacy ot John Qmncy 

The f'^llovvitig paintings were receive\i: "View m Uelft.'* by an unknown 
Durch artist. presen:ed by Samuel Garis. four paintitigs. bv Hubert Robert. 
pres«rnted by A. C Bartlett. Ctureuce Biickin^ham, R. T- Crajre and \V. G 
Kibbard; 'Troilus and CresskbJ' bv Hetrainiti West, presented by \V. O. 



CHICAGO. 177 

Cole ; silver medallion, presented by C. L. Hutchinson ; various drawings 
presented by architects to the School of Architecture; a collection of 236 
Japanese prints and sketches, presented by Gustavus Goward; a large collec- 
tion of old laces and textiles, cabinets, etc., presented by the Society of 
Antiquarians. 

1901-1902. — $4,874.67, legacy of Mrs. Frances B. Ogden ; $1,000, legacy of 
Huntington W. Jackson; $38,000, proceeds of the sale of a tract of land 
bequeathed by Mrs. Maria Sheldon Scammon, the income to be devoted to 
providing courses of lectures (this will amount to about $1,500 a year, and 
the Scammon Lectures were opened in May, 1903, by Mr. John La Farge, 
who delivered a course of six upon "The So-Called Barbizon Painters"). A 
collection of antique glass and Egyptian objects was presented by Mr. J. 
Rosenbaum through the Society of Antiquarians. 

1902-1903. — The following oil paintings were acquired: "The Pilots, 
Puerta de Passaje," by Frank Brangwyn, and "The Cliffs at Trouville," by 
Claude Monet, were purchased from the Stickney bequest; "Portrait of H. 
W. Hewitt," by Charles Loring Elliott, purchased; "A Woman of the Em- 
pire," by Walter McEwen, presented by Mrs. Charles J. Singer; "Portrait of 
Charles L. Hutchinson," by Gari Melchers, presented by friends; "Still Life," 
by Charles Dyer, presented by the heirs of Henry W. King; fifty-four orig- 
inal drawings, by Will H. Low, were purchased from the Stickney bequest; 
plaster cast of the equestrian statue of Bartolommeo Colleoni, by Verrocchio, 
purchased from the Blackstone Fund; cabinet, textiles and other objects 
presented by the Society of the Antiquarians. 

Lectures have been given on Tuesday afternoon throughout each season. 
There have also been additional courses upon sculpture, decorative art, paint- 
ing and architecture. 

Exhibitions Held and Prizes Awarded. 
1900. 

Sept. 12 to Oct. 21. — Fifth Annual Exhibition of work of pupils of the public 
schools of Chicago. 

Oct. II to 23. — Oil paintings, water colors and drawings by Albert Fleury. 

Oct II to 23. — ^Thirty paintings of country children, by A. E. Albright. 

Oct. 30 to Dec. 9. — Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of oil paintings and sculp- 
ture by American artists (Martin B. Cahn prize awarded to Charles 
Abel Corwin for "Ten Pound Island," Gloucester, Mass.). 

Oct. 30. — Nickerson collection permanently opened. 

Oct. 30 to Nov. 13. — Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of the Atlan Ceramic Club. 

Nov. 15 to Dec. 2. — Eighth Annual Exhibition of Chicago Ceramic Associa- 
tion. 

Dec 13 to Jan. 6. — Original drawings, chiefly for Scribner's Magazine; 
Japanese paintings belonging to Gustavus Goward. 
1901. 

Jan. 8 to 27. — Loan collection of selected works by modern masters ; 49 paint- 
ings of John A. Twachtman ; silver repousse work by Frederick W. 
Sandberg. 

Jan. 31 to Feb. 24. — Fifth Annual Exhibition of works of artists of Chicago 
and vicinity (Young Fortnightly prize awarded to Pauline A. Dohn). 

Jan. 31 to Feb. 24. — Works of William de Leftwich Dodge, and work of Art 
Students' League of Chicago. 

Feb. 19 to March 13. — Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western 
Artists. 

March i to 24. — A loan exhibit of thirteen works of Dagnan-Bouveret ; 
works of the Country Sketch Club ; studies by Joseph Lindon Smith ; 
recent works of William Otis Swett, Jr. 

March 28 to April 15. — Fourteenth Annual Exhibition by the Chicago 
Architectural Club; paintings by Elihu Vedder. 

April 25 to June 9. — Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of water colors, pastels 
and miniatures by contemporary American artists. 



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1901. 

June 14. — Annual Exhibition of students' work. 

Sept. 5 to Oct. 20. — Sixth Annual Exhibition of work of pupils of the public 
schools of Chicago. 

Oct I to 20. — Photographic Salon. 

Oct. 29 to December 8. — Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of oil paintings and 
sculpture by American artists. (Martin B. Cahn prize awarded to 
Frederick W. Freer for "The Old Gown.") 

Oct. 31 to Nov. 10. — Annual Exhibition of Atlan Ceramic Club. 

Nov. 29 to Dec. 15. — Ninth Annual Exhibition of Chicago Ceramic Art As- 
sociation. 
1902. 

Dec. 19 to Feb. i. — Works of Vassili Verestchagin. 

Feb. 4 to March 2. — Sixth Annual Exhibition of works of artists of Chicago 
and vicinity. (Young Fortnightly prize awarded to Mrs. Anna L. 
Stacey's picture "Florence.") 

Feb. 4 to March 2. — Society of Milwaukee Artists; works of Charles H. 
Woodbury and Jean Emile van Cauwelaert. 

March 4 to 20. — Sixth Annual Exhibition of works of the Society of Western 
Artists; Eighth Annual Exhibition of the Art Students' League of 
Chicago; works of Charles Walter Stetson. 

March 28 to April 15. — Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of the Chicago Archi- 
tectural Club. 

April 22. — Fourteenth Annual Exhibition of water colors, pastels and minia- 
tures by contemporary American artists. 

April 25. — Works of the Associated Illustrators. 

Oct. 2 to 20. — Paintings by Alexis J. Fournier and A. E. Albright; Tenth 
Annual Exhibition of Chicago Ceramic Association. 

Oct. 28 to Dec. 7. — Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of oil paintings and sculp- 
tures by American artists. (First award of Norman W. Harris prize 
of $500 to Walter McEwen for painting "A Lady of the Empire"; 
Martin B. Cahn prize awarded to Mrs. Anna L. Stacey for "The 
Village at Twilight.") Out of 524 paintings 9 were sold for $2,480. 
There was also a special exhibition of works by Will H. Low. 

Dec. 16 to Jan. 4, 1903. — Photographic Salon. 

Dec. 16 to Jan. 11, 1903. — Exhibition of Arts and Crafts. 142 objects were 
sold for $1,978. 

1903. 
Jan. 6 to 18. — Paintings by Hendrik W. Mesdag. 

Jan. 15 to 28. — Seventh Annual Exhibition of Society of Western Artists ; 
two paintings sold for $240. Loan exhibition of paintings by Fritz 
Thaulow. 

Feb. 3 to March i. —Seventh Annual Exhibition of works of artists of Chi- 
cago and vicinity. Pictures were bought by the^ following clubs: 
Woman's Aid, Klio, Arche and Municipal Art League for a total of 
$8ooj in addition eight pictures were sold for $964. (Young Fortnightly 
prize awarded to John C. Johansen's "Portrait of Miss K."; Chicago 
Society of Artists' prize to Frederick W. Freer's portrait of himself, 
and the Municipal Art League prize to John C. Johansen's "October, 
Sear and Gold.") 

March 5 to 22. — Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Art Students' League; seven 
pictures sold for $110; works of Chicago newspaper artists. 

March 26 to April 17. — Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of the Chicago Archi- 
tectural Club. 

April 23 to June 7. — Fifteenth Annual Exhibition of water colors, pastels 
and miniatures by contemporary American artists, and Second Annual 
Exhibition of the Society of Illustrators. 
Many fine paintings belonging to private individuals have been exhibited. 
(For report of Art School, see tabulated list of schools.) 



CHICAGO. 179 

♦ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE OF CHICAGO. 

Frederick C. Oswald, Arthur S. Covey, 

President. Treasurer. 

JuuA Roper, Harry Stacey Benton, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

The above officers were elected in October, 1901. 

CHICAGO ACADEMY OF DESIGN. 
Frank M. Pebbles, President. 

The Chicago Academy of Design was organized in the early sixties. It 
holds annual meetings in the summer, but is no longer very active. 

Up to 1881 an art school was connected with the society, and the present 
Art Institute of Chicago owes its existence to a division in the Chicago Acad- 
emy of Design. 

♦CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 

Annual exhibitions were held as follows: March 28 to April i, 1901, the 
fourteenth annual exhibition, consisting of 393 works; March 28 to April 15, 
1902, the fifteenth, consisting of 477 works; March 26 to April 17, 1903, con- 
sisting of 490 works. 

THE CHICAGO ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY. 
1301 Woman's Temple, Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. George M. R. Twose, Ella R. Waite, 

President. Secretary-Treasurer. 

Mrs. D wight Perkins, Euzabeth Head, 

Vice-President Secretary. 

Founded October 22, 1897. 

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL ART SOCIETY. 

Fine Arts Building. 

Mrs. Noble B.'Judah, Mrs. John Buckingham^ 

President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. Henry W. Magee, Mrs. Frank Van Voorhis, 

Mrs. John B. Sherwood, Recording Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. Mrs. Wiluam T. Hall^ 

Corresponding Secretary. 

The Society was incorporated March 31, 1901. Annual members pay a 
fee of $1 a year ; life members $25 and no dues thereafter. Societies and cor- 
porations may be represented. The Chicago Woman's Club, the Klio Asso- 
ciation, the West End Woman's Qub, the Arche Club and the Chicago Chap- 
ter of the Daughters of the American Revolution are at present represented. 
The annual meeting is held the last Saturday in February. 

Financial Statement, 1901-1902. 

Receipts $i,564S3 

Expenditures $1,170.02 

Balance on hand March i, 1902 394-51 

$1,564.53 

The Society decorates schools with pictures, casts and plants, arranges to 
have lectures on art delivered and exhibits collections. 

In the year 1901-1902 the special work was the decoration of model schools, 



i8o AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

the John B. Drake School and the Washington School being selected. The 
walls were satisfactorily tinted, and then pictures hung, which had been 
chosen with reference to their character, and suitability to the age and compre- 
hension of the pupils. With the co-operation of the Outdoor Art and Park 
Association and Mrs. John B. Drake, vines were planted on the grounds. 

The loan collection, consisting of thirty-four pictures, was lent to four 
schools. The Altrua Collection was lent to the John Worthy School, and the 
collection given by the Daughters of the American Revolution was exhibited 
at the Haven School. 

Mrs. Sherwood spoke in twenty-eight schools in Illinois, Pennsylvania, 
Wisconsin, Indiana and Texas, to extend the knowledge and aims of the 
Society. 

The "Baldur Frieze," a large canvas representing the death of Baldur, was 
presented by the Society of New Jerusalem. 

CHICAGO SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 

Oliver Dennett Grover, Ralph Clarkson, 

President. Treasurer. 

John F. Stacey, James William Pattison, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

Studio Bldg. 

The Society was organized March 29, 1901, as the Arts Club of Chicago, 
to unite artists in fellowship and combine their efforts in the advancement of 
art. In 1903 the name of the organization was changed to the Chicago Society 
of Artists. Dues are $3 a year, but associate and honorary members pay no 
dues. 

The annual meeting is held on the first Monday in April, and the 
executive board holds a regular meeting the first Monday of each month 
from November to June. 

(Names and addresses of members are entered in the Directory of the 
American Art Annual.) 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER OF THE A. L A. 

Chicago, 111. 

William Careys Zimmerman, Normand S. Patton, 

President. Treasurer. 

J. M. Van Osdel, George Beaumont, 
H. B. Wheelock, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 115 Dearborn St. 

On November 17, 1902, a contract was formed between the Illinois 
Chapter of American Institute of Architects and the Art Institute of Chi- 
cago, by which the Illinois Chapter loans to the Art Institute its library, con- 
sisting of fifteen bound volumes, seventy-three bound magazines, thirteen 
unbound folios, principally plates; a large number of files (many of them 
incomplete) of architectural, engineering and scientific journals and a collec- 
tion of miscellaneous photographs and pamphlets. 

ILLINOIS FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. 

Committee on Art. 

Mrs. John B. Sherwood, Chairman, 530 Monroe St., Chicago, 111. 

The Federation will hold its annual meetinsr at Cairo, 111., October 20 
to 23, 1903. One day has been given to the Committee on Art, who will 
present the following program: ''Art and Life," Mrs. John B. Sherwood; 
•The Elimination of Clutter," Isabel McDougal ; "The Potter's Wheel," Mrs. 
S. S. Frackelton. 



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CHICAGO. 



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LAKE VIEW ART CLUB. 
1804 Surft St., Chicago, 111. 



Mrs. Helen C. Peirce, 
President. 

Helen W. Affeld, 

Vice-President. 



Maude Tilt, 

Treasurer. 
Mary Golden Younglove, 

Secretary, 
522 Fullerton Ave., Chicago. 



THE MORRIS SOCIETY. 
Chicago, 111. 



Edmund J. James, 

President. 
John H. Cameron, 

Treasurer. 
Oscar L. Trigg, 

Secretary, 
5634 Madison Ave., Chicago. 



Joseph Twyman, Chicago. 

George E. MacLean, Iowa City. 

Mrs. Martin Sherman, Milwau- 
kee. 

W. N. Guthrie, Alameda, Cal. 

William Ellis, Wausau, Wis. 

Ralph Radcliffe-Whitehead, 
Woodstock, N. Y., 

Vice-Presidents. 



The Society was organized on May 7, 1903. Each local circle recognized 
by the Society may nominate one vice-president. The annual dues are $5. 

On May 14 a general program was adopted, as follows: To engage in 
publication, to conduct an educational movement, to maintain clubrooms and 
establish a Morris Library and Museum, to promote the founding of work- 
shops and schools of design. The Council has appointed committees on 
finance, membership, publication, education, clubhouse, library, museum, work- 
shop and schools of design. 

*MUNICIPAL ART COMMISSION OF CHICAGO. 

LoRADO Taft (Sculptor). W. L. B. Jenney (Architect). 

Ralph Clarkson (Painter). C. L. Hutchinson (President A. I. C). 

MUNICIPAL ART LEAGUE OF CHICAGO. 



Franun MacVeagh, 
President. 

Ralph Clarkson, 

John H. Nolan, 

Vice-Presidents. 



Charles L. Hutchinson, 

Treasurer. 
Peter B. Wight, 

Secretary, 
II 12 Chamber of Commerce. 



The object of the Art Association of Chicago and that of the Municipal 
Art League of Chicago being closely allied, on April 30, 1901, the two socie- 
ties united under the name of the Municipal Art League of Chicago. 

An annual exhibition of the works of artists of Chicago and vicinity is 
held at the Art Institute under the auspices of the Exhibition Committee of 
the League. The next exhibition will be from January 28 to March 2, 1904. 

The Exhibition Committee of the League is a standing committee com- 
posed of representatives of organizations which are federated for the purpose 
of encouraging art in Chicago, but otherwise preserve their independence. 
Receptions are given by the different organizations, prizes are awarded and 
purchases made. The following clubs are represented on the committee by 
delegates: The Alternate Club, the Arch6 Club (annual purchase). Catholic 
Woman's National League, Chicago Culture Club, Chicago Literary Score, 
Chicago Public School Art Society, Chicago Section of Council of Jewish 
Women, Chicago South Side Club, Chicago Woman's Aid (annual purchase), 
Chicago Woman's Club (annual purchase), Englewood Woman's Club. 



i82 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Evanston Woman's Club, the Fortnightly of Englewood, Hinsdale Woman's 
Club, Humboldt Woman's Club, Klio Association (annual purchase), Lake 
View Woman's Club (annual purchase), the Matheon, Menoken Club, Nike 
Club, the Nineteenth Century Club, North End Club, Palette and Chisel Club, 
Ravenswood Woman's Club, River Forest Woman's Club, Sesame Circle, 
Chicago Society of Artists, Rogers Park Woman's Club, Travel Class, Union 
League Club, University of Chicago Settlement League, Wednesday Qub, 
West End Woman's Club, Woman s Club of La Grange, Woman's Literary 
Club of Millard Avenue, Woodlawn Woman's Club. 

In 1902 a general fund of $600 was raised for the purchase of the best 
work of art shown at the annual exhibition, and the picture by John C. 
Johansen, "October, Sear and Gold," was purchased in the spring of 1903. 

An annual directory of painters and sculptors living in Chicago is pub- 
lished by the League. 

♦PALETTE AND CHISEL CLUB. 
Chicago, 111. 

The Club is represented on the committee of the Municipal Art League 
by Frederick J. Mulhaupt, delegate. 

THE SOUTH PARK WORKSHOP ASSOCIATION. 

Chicago, 111. 

Frederick E. Dewhurst, Mrs. W. S. Jackman, 
President. Sccretaiy, 

Louis R. Spencer, 5728 Kimbark Ave 

Treasurer. 

The Association was organized .\pril 3, 1903. with the object of establish- 
ing and maintaining a neighborhood workshop for the use of those persons 
who desire instruction and the opportunity of practice in the various arts and 
crafts. The intention is to build and equip with tools and machinery a com- 
mon workshop for the free use of members, and where expert craftsmen may 
work professionally and give instruction in their crafts. Through the cour- 
tesy of Mr. H. C Whitehead a wx»rkshop building has been placed at the 
service of the Association at 5835 Kimbark Avenue. An equipment of benches 
and tools for wood working has been contributed by the Indastrial Art League. 

The membership fee is $5 yearly. 

CINXIXNWTI ART CLUB. 
126 East Fourth St., Cincinnati. Ohio. 



Leon Van Loo, W. X. 

President. Treasurer. 

GEOtcx Densxeixei^ Exxo MrvtiL 

Vice-Pnrsid«tit. S^creaurr. 

I^WO \lne St. 

The Orb has J?5 actix-e and tr^ a$:$\xS*te nvri;*,>Vr5v 

ProfessjoRa! ar::s:$ and architects *rt e-^^SV tv> *ctn"e membership: 
those intere<:ed m art co ^ssoctate nK i g^ ty j^ i^ Arars^aiS a ae ecing is held in 
May: weekly nxeting^ 00 SaturdA^r exietvar^^ tV ?<^^>e3si Satariar of the 
mcvtth beinii a Kt<irr4f>s u:eeti;vit> »5nI t^«^ i<K;!;T^V Sj^^.^'rdxy J« entertainment 
CTcain^. The Life Oas:? it^ee^s^ v>tt Ti!5<nj4x>- *«»4 V>«;r!av3*x ev«»»ii^s[s. 

Annral exhJbi:v«s are het^J %>? %\>f^i^ ^>t Cvwci^TWitt ^mscsL^ Among 
recent j^urv-ha^e^i v^t fvih^ursJjt-^ isxr t V Cv^(!r> >\^*isr< jt^v : " l ia^jierw^ Soow." by 
F^amk Girarviiit: '\\ Vir^rnvA Kx^ff^i*^/* >i<i }- T >^j;?^)*w^ aarf "^Wood lor 
tenor.^ by Paa! E:>ch<ttb*c)lt 



CINCINNATI, 183 

CINCINNATI CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

S: E. Desjardins, George M. Anderson, 

President. Treasurer. 

George Rapp, Joseph G. Steinkamp, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

24 East Court St. 

There are thirty-eight practicing members. During 1901 the Chapter held 
competitions for a schoolhouse, a town hall and a public library. In 1902 a 
revision of the building law was undertaken. The Chapter took part in the 
Circuit Exhibition of the Architectural League of America, ft is now form- 
ing a collection of photographs, with descriptions, of historical buildings. Ex- 
hibitions were held at the Art Museum, Eden Park, from May 27 to June 7, 
1901 ; from March 16 to 25, 1902, and from March 29 to April 12, 1903. 

CINCINNATI MUSEUM ASSOCIATION. 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
M. E. Ingalls, W. W. Taylor, 

President. Treasurer. 

Charles P. Taft, J. H. Gest, 

Vice-President. Director and Secretary, 

P. O. Box 826. 

(For foundation and history see Vol I, p. 174.) 

The Museum is open from 9 a. m. to 4 130 p. m. in winter, and to 6 p, m. 
in summer; Sunday, from i p. m. Admission is 25 cents, except on Saturday 
and Sunday, when it is 10 cents. A number of free tickets are given to 
artists and others. Officers are elected at the annual meetings held on the 
first Monday in March. Regular meetings of members are held on the 
second Sunday in July, October, January and April. There are 124 life 
members. 

Statistics. 

1900. 1901. 1902. 

Gross expenditures ' $42,064.86 $42,913.23 $41,921.62 

Gross income 41,231.80 42,859.12 41,015.60 

Excess of expenditures $833.06 $5411 $906.02 

Paid for admission 2,849.05 ^,671.05 2,654.75 

Number of members 172 165 171 

Total attendance 36,800 38,274 37,929 

Important gifts received were as follows: 1900 — A library building fund 
from J. G. Schmidlapp in the name of his daughter, Emma L. Schmidlapp: 
from Frank Duyeneck, fifteen etchings by himself and nineteen pieces of old 
lace and embroidery; from the Rookwood Pottery, 312 pieces of Japanese 
pottery and porcelain. 1901 — From Dr. Paul V. C. Baur, twenty-three early 
Greek terra-cotta figures; Solon H. Borglum, sculpture, "Stampede of Wild 
Horses"; B. F. Harbeson, oil painting, "Portrait of a Child," by James H. 
Beard; bequest of Jacob Hoffner, oil painting, "Landscape," by W. L. 
Sonntag. 1902 — From L. B. Harrison, oil painting, *'A Salmon River," by 
George H. Boughton; A. Howard Hinkle, portrait of William I, German 
Emperor, drawn by Lenbach; Harry M. Levy and George W. Harris. "Ecce 
Homo," bronze bust of Christ, by Moses Ezekiel ; E. D. French and James 
W. Bullock, 422 book plates, mainly by E. D. French. 

The Museum purchased in 1900 a decorative figure by Frank W. Benson 
and "Waterfall," by John H. Twachtman. In 1901 "The Mirror," by William 
M. Chase, was purchased. 

All receipts from annual members for the five years beginning 1898 are 
used in the purchase of works of art. 



■ • *. ' ' ' • 1 r 

.. V . . .\ X ii\ \ ^ AL. 

«...v- r^ C.1X5 nfo at a cost of $50,000. and 

, ..-^ . .•■;uii-."iai ipjjuratus, shop and labora:ory 

. ...vtu* -.c :imiiuted list of schools.) 
■ XA -. .' '>' II 'r:ir'ON<. 

'■ .f.f Sciuvill. 

••>.. ^..--M •> :*:"c Pape. 
..eH..».-ii> LiiMiK'se subjects collected by K. 

V . } 5Iuirp. 

--• ■ ■ * 'IcAkin. 
. ...iitti \:f!i.»irv'n. Society of Western Artists. 

^M^'s'^i'jt .\Mnpany Photogravures, Hermit- 

%^ ■> .-.•ir il. Twachtman. 

... *.»n:vv >y Blanch Ostcrtag. 
, ..... :-riM"v Photogravures, Prado Museum 

....... \-»-'«">on of American Art. 

-'. jf^\ '.Vcorative Drawings and Photo- 

' i'l^' •• :'.*,e A. I. A. 
•»> i'T-rry Children, by A. E. Albright. 

-...,> ... '^panese Subjects, collected by K. 

-. .. .,^^^ A--.d Water Colors by Alfred Hum- 

V- ^ And Monotypes by Maurice B. Pren- 

?\'v.bition of the S<viety ox Western 

'■ • ' vVlors by Charles Waiter Sieison. 
W<icHU>urv. 



■I X 



\vorative Drawing'^ ar.d Photographs by 
"V V I. A. and the .Architectural League of 

> '. .' ■<' Exhibition. 
.\.^ >y L. II. MiAKin 
- I-*\hibition oi Air.chcAr. Art. 
■■••.V.V Water Coiorv. Prawir.c: and Pv'^tterii- by 
vinoinnau. 
>- ■ vVuntry Children b> A K. Albright 

^ • •, -. ; !i A nn ua 1 F. \ h 1 h» . : ' .-.r. r 1 : h c S oc; er>- c f 



■ -. Exhibition of the Csnoir.-.f::: Chapier of iht- 

■"■'rnal Exhibsiion »"-.: AmcncAr; Ar: 

. NEEDl.ECKAFTVKS 
■ ■' Chapter. C*.v»v-^innfl:i Oh?.-. 

•o. TOOL vF^^T 1u"'.hr: n- t.»"n»;}Ttor. see report of 



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WOMAN'S ART CLUB. 
Care Woman's Club Rooms. Walnut St.. near Fourth. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hexeietta Wilson, Sophia Sprigg. 

President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. Ida H. Holloway. Ysabel Kapi-an, 

Vice-President. Secretar>', 

Forest Ave.. Avondale. CincinnatL 

The Club has twenty-seven members and four honorary members, and 
henceforth will also have associate members. 

The next exhibition will be held at the Cincinnati Art Museum in No- 
vember, 1903. 

CLEVELAND ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
689 The Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Frederic Wm. Striebinger, Gu stave B. Bohm. 

President. Treasurer. 

Herman Kregeuus, L. Fewsmith, Jr., 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, 
except during July and August. 

At the annual meeting on June 11. 1903. the competition drawings of the 
year were exhibited, and the prize of a $200 scholarship was awarded to John 
F. Steffins. 

CLEVELAND ART CLUB. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

The third annual exhibition was held in the Electric Building, in Prospect 
street, from November 17 to 29, 1902. The exhibition was given under the 
auspices of the lady managers of the Maternity Hospital. 

CLEVELAND CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

WiLUAM R. Watterson, Albert E. Skeel, 

President. Secretary. 

Charles E. Tousley, 661 Rose Buildng. 

Vice-President. 

A committee was appointed to assist in revising the building laws for 
Cleveland. The Chapter has twenty-one practicing members. 

WATER COLOR SOCIETY OF CLEVELAND. 
41 Mayfield Road, Cleveland, Ohio. 

George P. Bradi-ey, George P. Groll. 

President. Treasurer. 

Ora Coltman, Caroune Wiluams, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

East Qeveland. 

The membership numbers twenty-eight. The next exhibition will take 
place on December 15, 1903. 



i86 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

COLDWATER ART CLUB. 

Coldwater, Mich. 

Rev. Herbert Sowerby, Mrs. A. G. Stevens, 

President. Secretary, 

56 North Jefferson St. 

Organized February, 1897. The Club has one public exhibition each year. 
and monthly private exhibitions of the members' work. Two afternoon and 
two evening meetings are held each month, at which a model is provided, a 
paper read on some art topic, and books are secured from the Public Library 
for study and reference. 

♦PERKINS FINE ART BUILDING. 
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Col. 

COLUMBUS ART ASSOCIATION. 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Mks. Alfred Kelley, Mrs. Ch.\rles F. Clark, 

President. ' Treasurer. 

Mrs. Charles E. Burr. Mrs. Ira H. Wii^lson, 
Mrs. James A. Wilcox, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

The next annual meeting will be on November 10, 1903. During Novem- 
ber there will be an exhibition of panitings by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pauley, 
and November 30 to December 5 an exhibition of water colors by John E. 
riussey. The annual exhibitior^ of the Society of Western Artists will be in 
March, 1904, and in April the work of Miss Lord, of Cincinnati, will be 
shown. 

Membership tickets are $1, honorary membership tickets $5, life member- 
ship $50. An annual scholarship costs $83. 



COLUMBUS GALLERY OF FINE ARTS. 

Columbus, Ohio. 

P. W. Huntington, Edwin R. Sharp, 

President. Vice-President and Treasurer. 

Rutherford H. Platt, Secretary. 

Emerson McMillin, at one time President of the Society, offered a lot on 
East Broad street for a fine arts gallery if $30,000 could be secured for a 
building, and also offered to duplicate in cash each fund of $10,000 up to 
$100,000. 

THE NEEDLECRAFTERS. 
80 Winner Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

Mrs. E. Rath-Merrill, Hon. Director General. 

Cincinnati Chapter, Columbus Chapter, 

Founded February 10, 1901. Founded April 9, 1901. 

Mrs. Frederick Burkhardt, Henrietta Kauffmann, 

President. President. 

The organization was founded in 1901, and the purpose is to bring to- 
gether an association of ladies whose object is to promote and to propagate 



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a true art spirit, to encourage the purest taste and historical accuracy in 
all the arts through their patronage and efforts ; to aid the members and asso- 
ciates in the study of home and church adornment, and to give an insight 
into the ancient arts. 

The organization publishes "The Needlecrafters' Record" as a means of 
communication, and to illustrate rare examples of ecclesiastical and secular 
embroidery, lace, weaving, knitting, books, bookbinding, book plates, silver, 
china, as well as curios and objects of art. 

Since 1002 a number of illustrated papers treating of Symbolism, Book 
Plates, etc., have been presented by the Director General. Free exhibitions of 
rare design or craftsmanship have been held or loaned as follows : 

Pan-American Exposition, embroidered book covers (for which Mrs. 
Rath-Merrill received a gold medal) ; the Columbus Art Association, for its 
Arts and Crafts Exhibition; the Baltimore Arts and Crafts Exhibition (first 
prize awarded). 

The first annual reunion and exhibition was held in 1902 in Recital Hall 
at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. 

At the annual reunion and exhibition to be held in Columbus, Ohio, in 
November, 1903, there will be three illustrated lectures, "Book Plate Lore," 
by Charles Dexter Allen. Drawing room talks will be given during the 
season by Mrs. Rath-Merrill at the homes of the Council. Preparations for an 
exhibit for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis are under way. 

PEN AND BRUSH CLUB. 
Columbus, Ohio. 

The Club consists entirely of men, most of whom are engaged profes- 
sionally in art work. Exhibitions are held from time to time in the rooms of 
the Columbus Art Association. 

DAYTON CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Dayton, Ohio. 

Silas Burns, Robert E. Dexter, 

President. Secretary. 

Luther Peters. Albert Pretzinger, 

Vice-President. Treasurer, 

Kuhn's Bldg. 
The work taken up during 1902 consisted of consideration and approval 
of a plumbing ordinance for Dayton. The Chapter has ten practicing mem- 
bers. 

♦DEERFIELD ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY. 

Deerfield, Conn. 

There has been a revival of the home industries in Deerfield. Blue and 
white embroider>' designed by Margaret C. Whiting and Ellen Miller is exe- 
cuted by the natives. Rugs and baskets are also made. The Society sent an 
important exhibit to Springfield, Mass., in March, 1902. The third annual 
exhibition at Deerfield was held in August, 1902. 

THE ARTISTS' CLUB. 

Denver, Col. 

Henry Read, D. W. Strickland, 

President. Secretary, 

William H. Smiley. 720 Kittredge Building. 

Vice-President. Anne Evans, 

Edward Ring, Corresponding Secretary, 

Treasurer. 1810 South 14th St. 

The eighth annual exhibition was opened April 16, 1901 ; the ninth annual 
exhibition was held December 10 to 21, 1901, and the tenth from April 13 to 



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25, 1903. The Club plans to hold its private view annually on Easter Monday, 
receiving day about two weeks earlier. 

The annual meeting takes place within ten days of the opening of the 
spring exhibition. 

The city of Denver is erecting in the City Park a building costing 
$100,000 for the use of the Colorado Museum of Natural History. The 
building will contain an art gallery after the most approved modern plans 
in matters of arrangement, light and safety. The Artists' Qub contributed 
the sum of $3,000 to its equipment, which sum was subscribed without dif- 
ficulty. The gallery is to be placed at the disposal of the Club, subject to 
well defined conditions. 

MUNICIPAL ART LEAGUE. 
Denver, Col. 

The League was incorporated in 1903. Through its efforts provision for 
an Art Commission was incorporated in the new charter of the city of 
Denver. 

ART IN DENVER SCHOOLS. 

The sum of $1,500 to $1,800 has been spent by the schools in the past 
three years, including contributions by the Art League, Woman's Club Com- 
mittee and class gifts. The rooms have not been decorated, but pictures and 
other works of art have been distributed among the rooms. Fifty pictures, 
forty casts and twenty pieces of pottery are in use. Carbon photographs, 
colored lithographs, photogravures and Piranesi etchings have been selected. 

In the High Schools probably $300 is invested annually in casts and 
pictures. In one school a room costing $100 was furnished during the last 
two years. Patrons of the schools have donated objects of art, the Corona 
School having received several valuable gifts, and through its Art League has 
spent several hundred dollars in beautifying the walls. 

COLORADO CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Denver, Col. 

F. E. Kidder. W. E. Fisher, 

President. Treasurer. 

A. M. Gove, William Co we, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

510 Mack Block. 

The Chapter has nineteen practicing members. 

THE COLORADO FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. 

Art Committee. 

Mrs. C. H. Jacorson, Chairman, 135 South 13th St., Denver, Col. 

The Art Committee of the Federation has organized two Circulating 
Picture Galleries. One, designed for children of the rural districts, which 
is sent out in traveling library boxes, consists of 200 mounted photographs of 
the principal cities and countries in the world, 200 small wood cuts of promi- 
nent statesmen and authors, two portfolios of Elson prints, and a few art pic- 
tures. The other gallery, for the use of club women, comprises 230 photo- 
graphs and penny pictures of the masterpieces of French, German and Italian 
art. They represent the history of art in the three schools, and were selected 
with a view to illustrating club papers on art. 



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DENVER, DES MOINES AND DETROIT. 189 

WOMAN'S CLUB OF DENVER. 
Denver, Col. 

Mrs. Charles H. Jacobson, Chairman Art and Literature Department. 
Mrs. William Edmundson, Chairman Com. on Pictures for Public Schools. 
Mrs. Scott J. Anthony, Chairman Art Class. 
Mrs. Hiram T. Coates, Chairman Kindergarten Picture Gallery. 

The Club conducts for members a class in sketching and water colors and 
one in clay modelling. 

From 1900 to 1903 the Committee on Pictures for the Public Schools ex- 
pended $1,000 in purchasing 130 pictures, casts and pieces of pottery for the 
schools. The Kindergarten section has been in existence for two years, dur- 
ing which time the committee placed 100 pictures and casts, and supplied 
twenty-one portfolios of illustrations for the use of teachers. 

*IOWA SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS. 
Des Moines, la. 

DETROIT MUSEUM OF ART. 
Detroit, Mich. 

T. D. Buhl, W. E. Quinby, 

President. Vice-President. 

Fred E. Earns worth. Treasurer and Secretary. 

The Museum of Art is open to visitors on Sunday and Monday from 2 to 
4 p. m., and all other days from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., being at all times free to 
the public. 

The annual meeting of incorporators is held the first Monday in July. 

In 1899 the State empowered the Common Council to appropriate each 
year a sum not to exceed $20,000. Under that act the annual appropriation 
has been $12,000. 

The Museum comprises the following departments: Sculpture; Plaster 
Casts; Picture Galleries; Modern Pictures; Japanese Art; Gems, Coins and 
Medals; Antiquities; a collection from China and Corea; one from Turkey, 
Persia and Asia ; Keramics ; Arms and Armor ; Footwear ; Pipes ; a Scientific 
Department, and a miscellaneous Ethnological Collection. 

The attendance numbered 134,076 in 1900, and is increasing steadily. 

An important feature consists of the lecture given in the Galleries on 
Sunday afternoons by the Director. 

MICHIGAN CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Detroit, Mich. 

John M. Donaldson, H. J. Maxwell Grylls, 

President. Treasurer. 

WiLUAM B. Stratton, Frank C. Baldwin, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

1103 Union Trust Bldg. 

The Chapter has twenty-two practicing members. During 1900 the 
Chapter drafted a competition code for a $100,000 aquarium building for De- 
troit. During 1902 it worked for new building laws for Detroit and for an 
architect's license law, and collaborated with the Park Commissioner to select 
a site and design for a Casino at Belle Isle Park. 



190 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

DETROIT SOCIETY OF WOMEN PAINTERS. 

Detroit, Mich. 

Mrs. Liluan B. Meeser, Edith E. Hawokth, 

President. Treasurer. 

Isabel Lothrop, Marion L. Candux, 

Vice-President, Secretary. 

The Society was formed in 1903 for the purpose of advanctiig the Tarkras 
branches of art among women. Working classes have been organized. 

MUNICIPAL ART COMMISSION. 
Detroit, Mich. 

Mayor of the City. Hamilton Carhart, 

President Vice-Presidoit. 

James EL Stripps, Secretary. 

The Municipal Art Commission was organized in 1903. A design for a 
gift fountain for ihc use of animals has been submitted for the ^Jproval of 
the Commission. 

♦SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOUR.\GEMENT OF ART. 

Duluth, Minn, 

CoL. C H. Graves, Mrs. H. C M.krshalu 

President. Vice-PresideirL 

Dr. .a H. Schildt, Secretarr-Treasurer, Metropolitan Block. 

THE ART CLUB OF ERIE, 
Public Library, Eric, Pa. 

Mrs. Loris.\ C.^jjiv-Catux, CvrijOtta B. Moser, 

President. Treasurer. 

Mary R. Leech, Nettie Olus L.4Mb, 
Jexxie R- Ci-EVELAXB. Sccretarv, 

Vice PresidentfL s;ti Chestnut Sl 

ExHipJTioxs AXP Purchases. 

FcbrnaiT 15 10 March 15, ipoi — Oil Painri-ngs by American Arnsts. 

*'The \Mine Oitfs of Alloan," by Edward Moran. 

'The Echa^ by Gustave H. Mc&ler. 
Februajy- 14 to March 16. 1002 — Ofi Paintin$rs by American Artists. 

•'The Oid Trunk," by Chas. Anen HiiTberi. 

~Sans Soud," In Heniy M osier, A. N. A. 
Fehruaiy 30 to March 2i loo,^ — Water Colors by American Artists. 

"Eveninjr m Bntrany,^ by Geo. Ehner Browne. 

"Mominir Mist," by .\nbtTr Parton, N. A. 

"Yellow Rases." by Mrs. E. M. Scom. 
Ne3a exhibition MdW be from Fcbruarj- 12 to March 13. 1004. 

FORT \VA\^'E ART SCHOOL ASSOOATION, 
1002 West WajTie St., Fort ^A'ayne, Ind. 

Dr- -A E. Hni^ox. M??s. C. B Woopworth. 

President. A ice- President. 

The .\n School has been in existence about 6 f teen years. i3ie £rs: 
ar^nired class hAvinfr fnr its tnsrmctor J. Ottis .^dams. In TOttt it "wk; 
inrcirporated and purchased properr>. It b;?5 a niK-^ens for ar. .^rt Mtxsnnn. 
(For in forma rjon as to schtxV; see tabularod hs: r»i schfvols. • 



HARTFORD, HOUSTON AND INDIANAPOLIS. 191 

CONNECTICUT CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Hartford, Conn. 

George Keller, Hartford. Edward T. Hapgood, Hartford, 

President. Treasurer and Secretary, 

Warren R. Briggs, Bridgeport, 141 Trumbull St. 

Vice-President. 

WADSWORTH ATHEN^.UM. 
Hartford, Conn. 

The collection of paintings is open daily from 9 a. m.. to 4 p. m. ; Mon- 
days and Tuesdays free. The collection of the Connecticut Historical Society 
is in the same building and also a large reference and free library. 

In 1900 the marble figure of "Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra in Chains." 
by Harriet Hosmer, was presented to the Athenaeum by Mrs. Josephine M. 
J. Dodge. In 1901 a bequest of twenty-eight paintings was received from 
Ambrose Spencer; they were shown at the autumn opening, together with 
recent purchases of paintings by Copley, Constable and Gainsborough. 

Special exhibitions are held in the South Gallery, those during 1903 being 
as follows: 

February 4 to 23. — Paintings by Mesdag. 
March 14 to 28. — Paintings by W. Gedney Bunce, C. N. Flagg, Walter Griffin 

and Allen B. Talcott. 
April 2 to 14. — Paintings by Hartford artists. 

HOUSTON PUBLIC SCHOOL ART LEAGUE. 

Houston, Tex. 

Mrs. Cummings, President. 

The League has placed about $1,500 worth of casts and photographs in the 
schools, every room having from one to three subjects of art placed there 
by the League. The Association also gives entertainments, tableaux copied 
authentically from the masters, and talks about the pictures shown. A lecture 
by Lorado Taft and an exhibit of prints by the Elson Company, of Boston, 
were held under the auspices of the League. 

ART ASSOCIATION OF INDIANAPOLIS. 

John Herron Art Institute. 

Indianapolfs, Ind. 

Hugh H. Hanna, Ambrose P. Stanton, 
President. Treasurer. 

May Wright Sewall, Mary E. Blackledge, 

Laura F. Hodges, Corresponding Secretary. 

T. C. Steele, 

Vice-Presidents. 

The Association is composed of about 300 members. In 1900 the Asso- 
ciation purchased a building at a cost of $50,000, with funds from the John 
Herron bequest. On March 4. 1901, the building was dedicated and formally 
opened to the public. It is known as the John Herron Art Institute. In 
February the Art School was opened with J. O. Adams as instructor, with 
a corps of assistants. A number of exhibitions have been given, among them 
marine paintings by Charles H. Woodbury, of Boston; water colors by Henry 
B. Snell, of New York; annual exhibitions of the Society of Western Artists 
and the National Press Artists' League. 

A number of pictures have been added to the permanent collection, among 
them works by Dwight W. Tryon, William M. Chase, A. Hagborg and Edw. 



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192 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Portieljc. The latest acquisition is a portrait of James Whitcomb Riley by 
John S. Sargent. Lieut. Albert Niblack has loaned a collection of curios. 
Plans for an art building have been adopted 

The Art School was started in September, 1902, and numbers over 100 
pupils. 

INDIANA KERAMIC ASSOCIATION, 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Mrs. Charles F. Palmer, Mrs. Edward H. Meyer, 

President Treasurer. 

Mrs. J. H. Orndorff, Miss Alice Brown, 

Vice-President Secretary, 

191 5 Central Ave, 

The Indiana Keramic Association was organized in 1897, and has held 
annual exhibitions of the work of its members since that time. Its member- 
ship is made up of painters in this art all over the State, and it has monthly 
meetings during the season at the Herron Art Institute, where its annual 
exhibition is also held. 



THE SKETCHING CLUB, 
Indianapolis. Ind. 

Helen McKay Steele, Mabel Folsom Buttolph, 

President. Treasurer. 

Ione Scholl Scott. Edna McGilllard Christian, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

1614 North Delaware St 

Since the last issue of the Annual two Arts and Crafts exhibits have 
been held The third will be held from November 25 to December 9, 1903. 

The Qub is about to issue in book form a Christmas story by F. E. 
Dewhurst, of Chicago, the printing to be supervised and the decorations 
of title pages and initials to be done by club members. 



CENTRAL NEW YORK CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Ithaca, N. Y. 

Jacob Acne, Clarence A. Martin, 

President. Treasurer. 

J. Foster Warner, Arthlti N. Gibb, 

Vice-President Secretary, 

Trust Co. Bldg, 

The Chapter has twenty-four practicing members. 

JAMES PRENDERGAST LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Jamestown, N. Y. 

The Prendergast Art Gallery is located in a wing of the Library. It 
is open daily (except Sunday) from 9 a. m. until 8:30 p. m., and has an 
average attendance of about 5,000 visitors annually. 

(For foundation of Art Gallery see Vol. III. p. 114.) 



JAMESTOWN, JERSEY CITY, KANSAS CITY, KNOXVILLE. 193 

NEW CENTURY ART CLUB. 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



Mrs. Charles M. Dow, 

President. 

Mrs. S. Flora Broadhead, 

Vice-President. 



Josephine Tuckerman, 

Treasurer. 

Mrs. Edwin J. Ashwell, 

Secretary, 

Second St. 



The subject for study, 1900-1902, was "Greek Art and Mythology." The 
first season was opened by a lecture on "Athens, Old and New," by Dr. Rich- 
ardson; the second season with a talk on "The World's Best Greek Art," by 
Dr. Smalley. The course of study for 1902-190.3 was "Spanish Art and Archi- 
tecture," the regular meetings having been supplemented by a lecture on "Our 
Musical Benefactors," by Mrs. Rogerson Le Roy; and one on "Spanish Art- 
ists," by Reginald Cleveland Coxe. 

The Club held its first exhibition in the spring of 1901, consisting of 
photographs owned by the Club, others sent from New York City, and one of 
the portfolios issued by the Forbes Library of Northampton. In 1902 there 
was an exhibit of works of art lent by residents of Jamestown. 



NEW JERSEY CHAPTER OF THE A. L A. 

Jersey City, N. J. 



Herman Kreitler, 

President. 
Fred W. Wentworth, 
Robert C. Dixon, Jr., 

Vice-Presidents. 



Thomas Cressey, 

Treasurer. 
Hugh Roberts, 

Secretary, 

I Exchange PI. 



This Chapter held a course of six lectures for those interested in archi- 
tecture. There are thirty-five practicing members. 

♦THE ART CLUB. 
Kansas City, Mo. 

G. V. Millet, President. 

(For foundation see Vol. IH. p. 114.) 

Fifth annual exhibition November 25 to December 7, 1901, at Public 
Library. The Club purchases one or more pictures yearly for the Kansas 
City Public Art Galleiy. 



KANSAS CITY CHAPTER OF THE A. L A. 

Kansas City, Mo. 



Rudolph Markgrof, 
President'. 

George Mathews, 

Vice-President 



George M. Siemens, 

Treasurer. 
Albert Turney, 

Secretary. 
614 Massachusetts Bldg. 

This Chapter has twenty-two practicing members. 



♦NICHOLSON ART LEAGUE. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Gertrude Freeman, Manager. 



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NEBRASKA ART ASSOCIATION. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

F. M. Hall, A. G. Greenlee, 

President. Treasurer. 

T. M. HoDGMAN, Sara Hayden, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 195.) 

The seventh annual exhibition was held from December 26, 1900. to Jan- 
uary 16, 1901. The eighth, from December 26, 1901, to January 16, 1902, con- 
sisted of ninety-two paintings from the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, 
Selected by the editor of the American Art Annual. The frontispiece of 
the catalogue showed a group of the nine paintings lent by Mr. Samuel T. 
Shaw, to which the Shaw prizes at the Society of American Artists had been 
awarded since 1892. There was also a group of keramics by local workers 
in the applied arts. The ninth exhibition was given from December 26, 1902, 
to January 14, 1903. 

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

A. B. Benton, August Wackerbarth, 

President. Treasurer. 

William A. O. Munsell, John J. Krempel, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

Henne Bldg. 

In 1902 the Chapter worked with a committee of the Chamber of Com- 
merce to formulate conditions for a competition for a proposed Chamber of 
Commerce Building. There are twenty-seven practicing members in this 
Chapter. 

♦LOUISVILLE ART LEAGUE. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Fannie B. Wehle, Secretary. 1330 Second St. 
An exhibition was held in the spring of 1901, from April 17 to 27. 

MONDAY ART CLUB. 
Middletown, N. Y. 

Mrs, Charles J. Giering, Mrs, J. E. Barnes, 

President. Treasurer, Rec Secretary. 

Mrs. L. C Purdy, Mrs. M. A. Sterns, 

Vice-President. Corresponding Secretary. 

45 East Main St. 

SOCIETY OF MILWAUKEE ARTISTS, 

Milwaukee, Wis, 

Louis Mayer, Aix,\axdcr Mueller. 

Prejiidcnt. Treasurer. 

Georce Raab, Fr,knk Exdcrs. 

Vice-President, Secretary. 

Norman P.jitSw rth and Grand Av^. 

The twentieth annual exhibiaoo was held in conrtectton with the Indus- 
trial Expositiv^n in October, igoi. In Decen^ber of :hjLt year 1 coonniitce was 
appointed to secure a sue lor a pemvMieni Art gallery 

The next exhibition will be held Nv»^iber t k> >\ igc*^;. to be K>I;owcd 
bv one in Mav. igcvi. at the Muwauke* l\iblic l.tbxtfcry. 



MINNEAPOLIS. 195 

ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY OF MINNEAPOLIS. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mrs. Ambrose E. Helmick, Mrs. Ruth Wilson Tice, 

President. Treasurer. 

Hope McDonald, Mary E. Simpson, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

1521 Laurel Ave. 
In January, 1895, a group of women organized a society for the study of 
wood carving and design, under the name of "The Chalk and Chisel Qub." 
Other branches have since been added and the name changed. 

The second annual exhibition was held in February, 1901, and the third 
from January 19 to 24, 1903. 

CITY ART COMMISSION. 
City Hall, Minneapolis, Minn. 

K C. Chatfield (lawyer and alderman), John S. Bradstreet (decorator), 

President. Vice-President. 

L. S. BuFFiNGTON (architect). Edward C. Gale (Pres. Soc. of Fine Arts), 

Robert Koehler (artist). Secretary, New York Life Bldg. 

In 1902 the City Council of Minneapolis appointed the above Commission, 
which has already been able to prevent the erection of an inartistic fountain 
and a statue of inferior value. 

MINNEAPOLIS ART LEAGUE. 
719 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Robert Koehler, Eric Loe, 

President. Treasurer and Secretary. 

MINNEAPOLIS SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS. 
Public Library Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Edward C. Gale, Mrs. George H. Rust, 

President. Treasurer. 

Arthur M. Keith, Mrs. Elbert L. Carpenter, 
Vice-President. Secretary. 

The second annual exhibition of paintings was held from March 25 to 
April 15, 1901 ; the third from September 20 to October 12, 1902, and the 
fourth from September 19 to October 11, 1903. A special exhibition was held 
from February 25 to March 17, 1902, and plans are being made for a special 
spring exhibition in 1904, date for which is not yet settled. 

Since the, inauguration of the annual art exhibits the membership has 
more than doubled. 

In 1902 the Minnesota Camera Club became affiliated with the Minnesota 
Society of Fine Arts and a Photographic Salon was arranged. 

Some of the notable recent additions to the permanent collection are: 
"Clouds and Hills," by W. L. Lathrop; "The Strike," by Robert Koehler; "A 
Sylvan Melody," by Alexis J. Foumier; "Fisherfolk on the Beach," by Max 
Bohm, and "The Picture Hat. ' by Edmund C. Tarbell. These were secured 
partly by subscription, partly by personal gifts. 

WALKER ART GALLERY, 
Eighth and Hennepin Aves., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Private collection of Thomas B. Walker, Esq., may be seen by request. 



,u AMERICAN .iST ANNUAL, 

THE ART STL'DEXTS' LEAGUE. 

';k^ ! vj. ivlHiiKuLuaj MhS. L. M. NeELY, 

! 'reside I it. Treasurer. 

'ik>. .1. \. Baix, Mrs. Mary W. Spilker, 

\ ICC PrcMiieiu. Corresponding Secretary, 

ii6 East Adams St. 

iMiii-.i; •.•xillbIilull^ .11 c iicid. creacing of European, Eastern and Western 
. ; ' 'ic I caguc bus -liso Iitld exhibits of Oriental embroideries, miniatures. 
iitii.i, .\A\\,i k:ulors and pa^itis, and arts and crafts. It has subscribed funds 

• .'.viiil '.iic support oi Miaimal training, and has given copies of famous 
>..iui<.-> lo '.he public ^lIiooIs and orphans' asylum of Muncie. 

V, WvKLSlhiK INSTITUTE OF ART AND SCIENCES. 

Nashua, N. H. 

;. •i...,UiLc icccived by the bequest of Mrs. Emiline Balch (November, 
■V '. "evidence in Maaclie>ter, with valuable furniture, paintings and the 

NEWARK PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Newark, N. J. 

^.^uuv.L \. I.)i>vvnEN. Chairman of Exhibition Committee. 
\ .1 ! . vliibitioii A as hod April i6, 1903. 

NEW BRITAIN ART INSTITUTE. 
New Britain, Conn. 

John B. Talcom, President. 

! '1 [u. Liiuic :>. in receipt of a gift of $20,000 made by John B. Talconi, 
I - [o be held in trust and the income devoted to the purchase of 

. iit i: mI p.timiiigs. 

PAINT AND CLAY CLUB. 
New Haven, Conn. 

\i ii:.ui I Ho.MF.^ON. GeORGE H. LaNGZETTEL. 

Prcaideni. Treasurer and Secretary, 

725 Whitney Ave. 

' I ■ -ui, .'i^aiiixed in 1900, is composed of thirty-eight members. The 

. '. h i.iii^i.^t of the work of members, and each year four artists are 

I. »'i> :nviUd to exhibit. The first exhibition was held in December, 1900; 

. '. .i)<l tuiiM February 18 to March 8, 1902. on which occasion the four 

i... lii.jul were Hermann Dudley Murphy, Leonard Ochtman. Taber 

.. . i». ! ) Aldcn Weir; the third from February 2 to 21, 1903, the artists 

• t- t »•' luji < I sortie H. Bo^ert. Emil Carlsen, Ben Foster and Charles 

• I . . Icpiiir. The fourth will be held in February, 1904. 

\.\LE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS. 
Vale University, New Haven, Conn. 

' \\kik. George H. Langzettel, 

! iIicJioi Clerk and Curator. 

Wrtraits see Vol. I. p. 214.) 
,^'.i..iK^ l.tviure Course during the past vear included five 
Th- Ex^iiiiion of Gothic Architecture." by Prof. William H. 



^-.i:.c..^ oi ' Italian Art and Trumbull Gallery of Historical 



NEIV HAVEN AND NEW ORLEANS. ig; 

Goodyear, and one by Professor Weir, on "Velasquez"; a lecture on "Paint- 
ing and the Principles of Design" was given by Denman W. Ross, of Harvard 
University; a course of four lectures on the "Collections of the School, ' by 
Professor Niemeyer (given before the Phi Beta Kappa Society), and a public 
course of five illustrated lectures on "Some Types of Modern Art," by Pro- 
fessor W^ir. Some important gifts were: An original cartoon by Correggio 
from Mrs. Sarah Alden Derby; $i,ooo from Mr. Rutherford Trowbridge for 
the Thomas Rutherford Trowbridge Lecture Course, already established; a 
print from the original plate by J. T. Clements, of Trumbull's "Death of 
Montgomery," presented by Professor Henry W. Farnham. 

Exhibitions. 

June I to July i, 1901. — Paintings, drawings, sculpture and stained glass by 
artists formerly pupils of the school. 

October, 1901. — Loan- exhibition of works by early American painters (in con- 
nection with the Bicentennial celebration). 

June, 1902. — Landscapes by Walter Nettleton. 

June, 1903. — Paintings and drawings by Howard Pyle. 

(For details of instruction see tabulated list of schools.) 

THE ARTISTS* ASSOCIATION OF NEW ORLEANS. 

New Orleans, La. 

B. M. Harrod, p. M. Westfeldt, 

President. Financial Secretary. 

Samuel W. Weis, B. A. Wikstom, 

Vice-President. Corresponding Secretar>'. 

618 Commercial Place. 

The Association numbers seventy-five members. The exhibitions have 
been held at the Fisk Library, Lafayette Square, as follows : April, 1901 ; De- 
cember 3, 1901, to January i, 1902, and December 9, 1902, to January i, 1903. 

ARTS EXHIBITION CLUB. 
Newcomb College Art Department, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. 

Hon. W. W. Howe, J. J. McLaughun, 

President. Secretary. 

Incorporated in 1901 for the purpose of securing exhibitions of pictures 
for the city of New Orleans. Exhibitions were held in 1902 and 1903. 

FISK FREE AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
Lafayette Square, New Orleans, La. 

A large art gallery is connected with the Library, in which have been 
held exhibits of the Artists' Association of New Orleans, and of the Histori- 
cal Society. 

HOWARD MEMORIAL LIBRARY. 
New Orleans, La. 

The Howard Memorial Library has a collection of over 500 art books, and 
exhibits a number of Barbedienne bronzes, including a copy of Houdon's bust 
of Washington. 



198 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

LOUISIANA ART TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

New Orleans, La, 

Elizabeth G. Rogers, J. P. Pemberton, 

President. Secretary, 

Amelie Roman, Newcomb Art School. 

Treasurer. 

ft 

Delegates are sent to make addresses at the State and National Conven- 
tions. 

TULANE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM. 
New Orleans, La. 

Contains a collection of paintings and sculpture known as the Linton- 
Surget Art Gallery. (See Vol. I, p. 314.) 



NEW^ YORK CITY. 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ALLIED ARTS. 
Francis Walker Studios, 27 West 67th St., Manhattan, New York. 

Mks. L. W. Holcombe. Miss C. Hopkins, 

President. Treasurer. 

Mks. H. G. Wiley, Laura Van Wagner, 

Kate Rafter. Recording Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 
Mrs. T. H. Neilson, Corresponding Secretary, 131 East 43d St. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 240.) 

Names and addresses of members are entered in the Directory of Work- 
ers in Applied Arts of the American Art Annual. 

The studios are open to visitors every Tuesday afternoon from Septem- 
ber to June. Work of the members in fine and applied arts is on permanent 
exhibition. 

An exhibition was held at the Clausen Galleries November 26 to Decem- 
ber 7, 190 i. 

The seventh annual exhibition will be held during the Christmas holi- 
days of 1903. 

AMERICAN FINE ARTS SOCIETY. 
215 West 57th St., New York. 

Howard Russell Butler, William Bailey Faxon, 

President Treasurer. 

Louis C. Tiffany, Horace M. Barry, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

Annual meeting, first Monday in November (November 2, 1903). 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 240.) 





PRINCE HENRY MEDAL. 
Bv Victor D. Brenner. 



NEW YORK. 199 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCH^OLOGICAL SOCIETY. 

1 27 1 Broadway, Manhattan, New York. 

Andrew C. Zabriskie, J. Sanforu Saltus. 

President. Cor. Secretary. 

Woodbury G. Langdon, Herbert Valentine, 
Richard Hoe Lawrence, Librarian. 

Vice-Presidents. Edward Groh, 
Charles Pryer, Curator. 

Treasurer. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 241.) 

In April, 1902, the Society moved from 17 West 43d street to its present 
quarters, where the rooms are open every Thursday evening, also Monday 
and Thursday afternoons during the season. 

The forty-fifth annual meeting was held January 19, 1903; the report 
states that the permanent funds have increased to $9,821.25. There are 16 
honorary members, 201 active and 65 corresponding, a total of 282 members. 

A new feature was the foundation in 1900 of a collection of the United 
States Military and Naval Orders and insignia of the various hereditary so- 
cieties. In 1901 the Society's collection numbered nearly 19.000 pieces. Addi- 
tions in 1902 were 1,132, and 476 pieces in 1903. 

A school of die cutting, coin and medal designing was established in the 
autumn of 1900 at the schools of the National Academy of Design, under the 
supervision of the Numismatic Society. Woodbury G. Langdon, chairman of 
the committees in charge, has founded prizes of $60, $25 and $15 in this 
department. 

At the time of the visit of Prince Henry of Prussia to the United States 
this Society issued a medal commemorative of the event. Victor D. Brenner 
designed the medal and cut the dies. (See illustration.) 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MINIATURE PAINTERS. 

New York. 

Isaac A. Joseph i, Wtlliam J. Baer, 

President. Secretary-Treasurer, 

Laura C. Hills, 90 Grove St., Manhattan. 
Vice-President. 

Members. 

• 

Baer, William J. Joneptat, iRaac A. 

Bpcklngton, Alice. Kendall, Margaret. 

Blanchard, Ethel. MacDougall, John A. 

Brewer, Alice Ham. Manley, Thomas R. 

Emmet, Lydia Field. Strean, Maria J. 

Fuller, Lnda Falrchlld. Thayer, Theodora W. 

Hilla, Laura Coombs. Whittemore, William J. 

Exhibitions have been held at the galleries of M. Knoedler & Co. as fol- 
lows : February 2 to 16, 1901 ; February, 1902 ; December 27, 1902, to January 
10, 1903. The fifth annual exhibition will be held January 23 to February 6, 

1904. 

Names and addresses of members are entered in the Directory of Painters 
of the American Art .Annual. 



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AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 



AMERICAN WATER COLOR SOCIETY. 
109th St. and Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan, New York. 



Board of Directors. 



J. G. Brown, 

President. 
James Symington, 

Treasurer. 

e. h. potthast, 
William H. Lippincott, 



Will S. Robinson, 

Secretary, 
202 West 74th St., Manhattan. 

R. M. Shurtleff, 
Jules Guerin. 



Membership List. 



Abbatt, Agnes D. 
Abbey, Edwin A. 
Anderson, Abram A. 
Anthony, A. V. S. 
Beckwitb, J. Carroll. 
Blesbfleid, E. H. 
Boughton, Geo. H. 
Bricher, A. T. 
Bridges, Fidelia. 
Brown, J. 6. 
Chapman, Carlton T. 
Chase, W. M. 
Church, F. S. 
Clark, George M. 
Clinedlnst, B. West. 
Colman, Samuel. 
Couse, E. Irving. 
Crane, Bruce. 
Curran, Charles C. 
De Luce, Perclval. 
De Thulstrup, T. 
Dlelman, Frederick. 
Drake, W. H. 
Earle, L. C. 
Eaton, Charles Warren. 
Eidwards, George Wharton. 
Fenn, Harry. 
Fredericks, Alfred. 
Freer, Frederick W. 
Gifford, R. Swain. . 
Green, Frank Russell. 
Gu6rin, Jules. 
Hamilton, Hamilton. 
Hassam, Childe. 
Hennessy, W. J, 
Henry, E. L. 
Herter, Albert. 
Homer, Wlnslow. 
Jones, Francis C. 
Jones, H. Bolton. 
Keller, Arthur I. 
Lipplncott, Wm. H. 
Magrath, William. 
Maynard, Geo. W. 
McCord, Geo. H. 
McIIhenney, C. Morgan. 
Mente, Cbes. 
Metcaif, Willard L. 
Millet, Frank D. 
Moran, Lton. 
Moran, Percy. 



ANlorau, Thomas. 
Muser, James Henry. 
Muhrmann, Henry. 
Murphy, J. Francis. 
Newell, Hugh. 
Nicoll, J. C. 
Ochtman, Leonard. 
Palmer, Walter L. 
Parsons, Charles. 
Parton, Arthur. 
Perry, E. Wood. 
Piatt, Charles A. 
Post, W. Merritt. 
Potthast, Edward H. 
PranishnikoflT, Ivan P. 
Proctor, A. Phimlster. 
Ranger, H. W. 
Rehn, F. K. M. 
Richards, Wm. T. 
Robbins, Horace W. 
Robinson, Will S. 
Satterlee, Walter. 
Schilling, Alexander. 
Scott, Wm. Wallace. 
Shelton, Geo. F. 
Shirlaw. Walter. 
Shurtleff, R. M. 
Smedley, William T. 
Smillle, George H. 
Smillie, James D. 
Smillie, N. S. J. 
Smith, F. Hopkinson. 
Smith, Granyille. 
Smith, Henry P. 
Snell, Henry B. 
Sterner, Albert. 
Symington, James. 
Tiffany, Louis C. 
Tryon, D. W. 
Turner, A. M. 
Turner, C. Y. 
Turner, Ross. 
Van El ten, Kmseman. 
Walker, Horatio. 
Waterman, Marcus. 
Weir, J. Alden. 
Weldon, C. D. 
Whittemore, Wm. J. 
Wiggins, Carleton. 
Wiles, Irving R. 
Zogbaum, Rufus F. 



Associate Members. 

Nicholls, Rhoda Holmes. Sherwood, Rosina Emmet. 

Names and addresses of members are entered in the Directory of Painters 
of the American ^Vrt Annual. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 242.) 

Although founded in 1866, the Society was not incorporated until April 7, 

1903- 

Annual meeting is held the third Wednesday in March (March 16, 1904)* 
Meetings also the third Wednesday in November and January. Annual ex- 



AMERICAN WATER COLOR SOCIETY. 



201. 



hibitions have been held each spring since 1900 io the galleries of the Ameri- 
can Art Association. The exhibition of 1904 will be the thirty-seventh. 

The Evans prize of $300 was awarded in 1901 to Edward Potthast for 
"Reverie"; in 1902 to Arthur 1. Keller for "The Finishing Touches"; in 1903 
to Colin Campbell Cooper for "Skyscrapers." (See frontispiece.) 



THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. 
215 West 57th St., Manhattan, New York. 



Arnold W. Brunner, 

President. 

William Laurel Harris, 

Augustus Lukeman, 

Vice-Presidents 



Edward Pearce Casey, 

Treasurer. 

Frank E. Wallis, 

Secretary, 



1 123 Broadway, Manhattan. 
Artist Members. 

(P.) Painter; (S.) Sculptor; (I.) Illustrator; (W. A. A.) Worker Applied Arts. 



(The names of members elected since 1000 are marlied with an asterisk, 
and addresses are eutort>d in th<> Directories of the "American Art Annual.") 



NauM'S 



Adams, Herbert (S.). 

•Alcan, Felix. 

•Alexander, John W. 

•Alfano, NiiiOiizo (W. A. A.). 

Andrews, S. W. 

•Angell, Ldward L. 

Anthony, Holla id C. 

Armstrong, 1). .Maitiand iW. A. A.). 

Asplnwall, J. Lawrence. 

•Atterbury, (irosveuor. 

Bacon, Francis H. 

Bacon, Henry. 

Baker. James Barnes. 

Baldwin, Charles P. 

Ballantyne, H. F. 

Bannister, William P. 

•Barber, Joel D. 

Barney, John Stewart. 

Barse, George It., Jr. (P.). 

•Bartlett, George M. 

Bates, William A. 

B<»atty, W. Gedney. 

•Beck, Otto Walter. 

B<H'r8, William H. 

Bell, Algernon S. 

Benvenuti, Rolx'rt (S.). 

Berg, Charles I. 

Berg, Louis de Coppet. 

Bissell, George E. (S.). 

Bitter, Karl (S.). 

Bkickall. Clarence 11. 

Blackledge, Frank II. 

Blashfleld, Edwin H. (P.). 

•Borglnm, Gutzon (S.). 

Boring, William A. 

Bossange, E. R. 

•Boughton, William H. 

Boyd, David K. 

Boyle, John J. (S.). 

Bragdon, Clande Fayette. 

Bralnard, Owen. 

•Breck, George W. (P.). 

Brendon, Charles. 

•Brenner, Victor D. (S.). 

Bridgman, F. A. (P.). 

Briggs, Warrea R. 

Brite, James. 

Brockway, Albert E. 

Brown, A. Wallace. 

Brown, David R. 

Brown, Louis A. 

Bninner, Arnold W. 

Bnchman, Albert. 

Burroughs, Bryson (P.). 

Bush-Brown, H. K. (S.). 

Butler, Howard Russell (P.). 

Cady, J. Cleveland. 



Caldwell, E. F. 

•Calvert, Louis Lay. 

Canfleld, B. K. 

Cantleld, Von Beck. 

•Capuni, Harold A. 

Carpenter, Charles E. 

Carrel, H. C. 

Carrfire, John M. 

Casey w Edward Pearce. 

Cauld^ell, L. G. 

Chapman, Henry Otis. 

•Child, Edwin B. (P.). 

Ciani, Victor (S.). 

Clarke, Thomas Shields (S.). 

Clinton, Charles W. 

•Cockcroft, Edward T. 

Coffin, William A. (P.). 

Collins, Frank H. 

Colonna, E. 

Colt, Stockton Beekman. 

Combe, Voltaire. 

Conway, John S. 

Cordes, Aug. W. 

Coulter, W. L. 

Couper, William (S.). 

Covell, William S. 

Cox, Kenyon (P.). 

Coxhead, John H. 

Crowninshield, Frederic (P.). 

•Curtis, William Fuller (W. A. A.). 

Cutler, James G. 

Cutler, J. Warren. 

•Dallin, Cyrus E. (S.). 

•D'Ascenzo. Nicola (P.). 

Davis, Albert E. 

Davis, Irving P. 

DeForest, Lockwood (P.). 

•Deming, E. W. (P.). 

Detweller, Charles H. 

Dillon, Arthur. 

•Dlmond, J. Renwick. 

DInkelberg, Frederick P. 

D'Oenoh, A. F. 

Donaldson. John M. 

Drake. Alexander W. (I.). 

Duboy, Paul. 

•Du Fals, John. 

DuMond, Frank Vincent (P.K 

Duncan, John H. 

Rames, William S. 

Edwards, Charles. 

Edwards. Edward B. (I.). 

EldlitB, Cyrus L. W. 

Elwell, F. Edwin (S.). 

•Ellis, E. L. 

Emery, M. L. 

Farnham, Paulding (W. A. A.>. 



JQ2 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



Artist Members — (continued.) 



Fux6u; John Lymati. 
; J?'«r^u8oii, Wlliiam W. 
Kerree, Barr. 
Ferry, George B. 
Fiagg, H. Peabody (P.). 
Fosdick, J. Wiliiam (VV. A. A.). 
*Fux, Mortimer J. 
I'razer, W. Lewis (I.)- 
Freodlander, Joseph Henry. 
Freeman, George A. 
French, Daniel Chester (S.). 
•French, Harry L. 
Fuller, A. W. 

Garu8ey, Elmer Ellsworth (P.). 
Gelert. Johannes (S.). 
Gellatly, John. 
Gibson, R. W. 
GifTurd, Charles Ailing. 
Gilbert, B. L. 
Gilbert, C. P. H. 
Gillespie, Charles H. 
Goodwillle, Frank. 
•Gratly, Charles (S.). 
(•ruham, Robert Dun. 
Green, Edward B. 
Greene, Ernest. 
(iritUn, Percy. 
(;ritHth, Vincent Colyer. 
•Gudebrod. Louis A. (S.). 
Haight, Charles C. 
Hamilton, Wilbur Dean (P.). 
Hamlin, Alfred D. F. 
Hapgood, Edward T. 
•Harde, Herbert S. 
Hardenberg, H. J. 
Harder, Alfred B. 
•Harley, Charles R. (S.). 
Harlow, Alfred B. 
Harney, George E. 
Harris, William L. (P.). 
Hartley, J. S. (S.). 
Haskell, Stevens. 
Hastings, Thomas. 
•Haydel, Abner T. 
•Hays, Austin (S.). 
Helns, Geoive L. 
•Herter. Albert (P.). 
Herts, H. B. 
Hewlett, James M. 
Hickman, Louis C. 
HIU. H. A. 
ITirsh, Frederick R. 
Hiss, Philip. 
Hoar, Charles N. 
Holden, L. C. 
Hobter, J. A. (P.. S.). 
Hoppln, Francis L. V. 
•Hombostel, Henry. 
Howard. John Oalen. 
Howe, Augustus. 
Huckel, Samuel. Jr. 
Hull. Washington. 
Hunt, Richard Howland. 
Hunter, J. Dickson, Jr. 
Hunting. Walter C. 
Huss. George Martin. 
•Hynes. J. P. 
Ingle, John W. 
IngUs. James S. 
Isbam. Samuel (P.). 
Israels. Charles H. 
Jackson, A. C. 
Jacohsen. John C. 
Janline, John. 
Johnson. Henry Albert. 
Jones. Francis C. (P.). 
Josselyn. Edgar A. 
Kaldenherg. F. R. (S.). 
Karr. C. Powell. 
•Kaufman. John F. (W. A. A.)^ 
Kel*ter, Geortre. 
Keller, Arthur I. (P.. I.). 
Keller. George. 
Kendall. William H. 



Kent, W. W. 

Kilburu, Henry F. 

Kipp, Albert H. 

Kissam, Henry A. 

Kuowies, Wilbur 8. 

Keen, Terence A. 

Kohu, R. D. 

•Konti, Augustus (S.). 

Koopman, A. (P.). 

Lamb, Charles R. 

Lamb, Frederick S. 

Lang ton, Daniel W. 

Lamed, Charles W. 

Lathrop, Francis (P.). 

Lauber, Joseph (P.). 

Lawrence, Warrington G. 

Leavitt, C. N., Jr. 

Le Brun, Michel M. 

Leeming, Woodruff. 

•Lemon, Frank. 

•Leo, Richard L. 

•Lichtenauer, J. Mortimer (P.). 

Lindblad, Paul E. (W. A. A.>. 

Link, Theodore C. 

Little, WiUard P. 

Livingston, Goodhue. 

Locke, Alexander S. (P.). 

•Loeb, Louis (P.). 

Loomis, Chester (P.). 

Lopez, Charles (S.). 

Lord, Austin Wlllard. 

Low, WIU H. (P.). 

Ludlow, William Orr. 

Lukemann, Augustus (S.). 

•Lynch, ElUot. 

Mackenzie, Clinton. 

Mackintosh, Alexander. 

MacMounies, Frederick (S.). 

•MacNeil, H. A. (S.). 

•Magiunis, Charles D. 

Marsh, A. L. C. 

•Marsh, Fred Dana (P.). 

Martlny, Philip (S.). 

•Masqueray, E. 

•Matthews, Charles Thompson. 

Maynicke, Robert. 

McCabe, William H. 

McGuIre, Joseph' Hubert. 

•Mcllvalne, Alexis Reed. 

McKlm, Alexander Rice. 

McKlm. Charles F. 

Melendy, George E. 

Mersereau. Wliliam H. 

Metcalf, Fred L. 

Meyer, George W. 

Miller, W. H. 

•Miranda, Fernando (S.). 

Moran, Horace. 

Morris, Charles. 

Mott, Charles T. 

Mygatt, Robertson K. 

Napier, Arthur M. 

Nlckerson, Edward L. 

Nlehans, Charles H. (S.). 

Nute, F. S. 

Nye, Alvan C. 

O'Connor, Michael J. 

•Olmsted, Frederick Law, Jr. 

O'SuUlran, John F. 

Owen, Walter T. 

Palmer, George C. 

Parfltt, Albert Edward. 

Paris, William F. 

Parish. Walnwrlght. 

Partridge. William Ordway (S.). 

Pennell. Josenh (I.K 

Pennington, Harper (P.). 

•Pennington, Joslas. 

•Pentlcost. George F., Jr. 

•Perkins, Frank E. 

Perry. R. Hintoo (S.). 

•Phelps. Stowe. 

•Ploclrilll. Attllio (S.). 

Pickering. Arthur D. 



ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. 



203 



Artist Members — {continued.) 



*Pike, Charles J. 

•Pike, Gordon. 

Plttman, Ueury C. 

•Pond, Theo. Hauford (P.). 

Post, Charles F. 

Post, George B. 

Post, Willkm Stone. 

Potter, K. C. (S.). 

•Pray, James Sturgls. 

Proctor, A. Phimlstur (S. P.). 

Proctor, William Ross. 

•Provot, George. 

PuUs, W. P. 

Purdy, W. S. 

Qnlck, H. L. 

Randall, T. Henry. 

Renwlck, Edward B. 

Benwick, WllUam W. 

•Rhead, Louis (P.). 

Rhlnd^ J. Massey (S.). 

Rich, Charles A. 

Robertson, R. H. 

Robinson, Leonl W. 

Romeyn, Charles W. 

•Rooke, Frank A. 

Rose, Charles Frederick. 

Ross, Albert R. 

Rosslter, E. K. 

•Roth, F. G. R. (S.). 

Ruckstuhl, F. Wellington (S.). 

Russell. William H. 

Schickel, William. 

Schler, Helwlg, Jr. 

Schladermundt, Herman (P.). 

Schroeder, J. Langdon. 

Schwartzenbach, P. A. (I.). 

Schweinfurth, C. F. 

Schofleld, L. T. 

Seabury, B. Hammett. 

Sears, Taber (P.). 

See, Milton. 

Sewell, Robert V. V. (P.). 

Sbean, Charles M. (P.). 

Shepard, Augustus 1)., Jr. 

•Shepard, B. Halsted. 

Shope, Henry B. 

•Shrady, Henry Newman. 

•Sperry, Edward Peck (W. A. A.), 

Stelnam, Joseph L. 

Stephens, C. A. L. 

Stephenson, Robert S. 

SteTens, John Calvin. 

•Stokes, I. N. Pht'lps. 

Stone, F. S. 

Stone, William E. 

Sturgis, D. N. B. 

Sturgls, Russell. 

Swartwout, Egerton. 

Swasey, William Albert. 

Symington, James (P.). 

Tack, An^stuR Vincent (P.). 

Tnft, Joseph H. 

•Talhint, Hugh. 



•Taylor, Alfred H. 

Thomas, Frederick C. 

•Thompson, George Kramer. 

Thorp, Alfred H. 

•Thorpe, J. Greenleaf. 

Tiffany, Louis C. (P.). 

Tllton, Lieut. Ernest Rollln. 

Tlltou, Edward L. 

•TouettI, B>aucol8 M. L. (S.). 

Towusi'ud, Ralph S. 

Tracy, Evarts. 

•Trlebel, F. E. (S.). 

•Trowbridge, Alexander Buel. 

Try on, Thomas. 

Tubby, William B. 

•Tucker, Allen. 

Turner, C. Y. (P.). 

♦Turnure, Arthur. 

Tuthill, William Burnet. 

Ulrich, Rudolph. 

Valentine, C. A. 

•Valliaut, Louis David (P.). 

Vander Bent, Tennis. 

Van Ingen, W. B. (P.). 

Van Pelt, John V. 

Vaux, Downing. 

•Vedder, Enoch R. 

Voelker, John P. 

Volkmar, Charles (W. A. A.). 

•Volz, Charles. 

Vonnegut, Bernard. 

Wadelton, T. D. 

•Waid, Van Everett. 

Wallis, Frank E. 

Walton, William (P.). 

Ward, J. Q. A. (S.). 

Ware, James E. 

Ware, William R. 

Watklns, Howard B. 

•Weinman, Adolph A. (S.). 

Welch, Alexander McMillan. 

Welch, Edward Martin. 

Wells, Edmund B. 

•Wells, Newton A. (P.). 

Wheeler, Dunham (W. A. A.). 

Wheeler, William Arthur. 

Whiting, Giles. 

Whlttal, W. H. 

Wicks, William S. 

•Wiehle, Paul (S.). 

Wilkinson, Henry W. 

Willet, Arthur R. (P.). 

Wilson, H. Neill. 

Windrim, John T. 

•WInslow, Carleton Monroe. 

Winterbum. F. W. 

Wolf, Joseph. 

•Womrath, Andrew Kay (I.). 

Wood, George E. 

Wright, F. A. 

York. Edward Palmer. 

Young, Edward Lee. 

•Zolnny. George Julian (S.). 



(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 252.) 

The annual meeting is held the first Tuesday in May (May 3, 1904) ; 
regular meeting the first Tuesday of each month during the season. 

At the exhihition held February 16 to March 9. iQOi, gold and silver 
medals were offered in a competition of designs for a "Naval Boat Landing," 
awarded to Roy Corwin Crosby and Franklin B. T.efTerts. The Avery prize, 
$50, was awarded to Mrs. David Crownfield, for the best design for a "Port- 
able Bronze Stand for an Electric Light for Table Use." The President's 
medal for the best "Poster Design for the League Exhibition" was awarded 
to Qaude F. Bragdon. 

At the exhibition held February t6 to March 8, 1902. the gold and silver 
medals offered for best designs for "A Library for a Suburban Town" were 
awarded to Albert P. D. Helmer and Eugene J. Lang. The Avery prize of 



204 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

$50 was awarded to Paul Wiehle for the best design for a Caryatide for Man- 
tel in Louis Quinze style ; honorable mention to F. F. Hatch. The President's 
bronze medal for the best design for mural paintings representing Architecture 
and the Allied Arts was awarded to Bryson Burroughs. 

At the exhibition held February 15 to March 8, 1903, gold and silver 
medals were offered for best designs for "A Small Country Church," awarded 
to Frank E. Cleveland and William Leslie Weston. The Avery prize of $50 
for the best design for a "Sun Dial for a Country Garden" was awarded to 
Mrs. Edith Woodman Burroughs. The President's bronze medal for the best 
design for a mural painting representing Music was awarded to J. Mortimer 
Lichtenauer. 

Frequent smaller exhibitions are given in the League rooms, showing col- 
lections of Architectural Photographs, fine and rare Japanese prints, etc. 

The nineteenth annual exhibition will be held in the American Fine Arts 
Building from Febraury 13 to March 7, 1904. 



ARTISTS' AID SOCIETY. 
New York. 

Francis C. Jones, J. C. Nicoll, 

President. Secretary. 

William Bailey Faxon, 51 West loth St., Manhattan. 

Treasurer. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 253.) 

The general meeting is held the first Wednesday in December. 

The fund for aid to members in sickness or distress amounts to over 
$3,000. The Society controls a free bed in the Presbyterian Hospital for the 
use of artists, which was occupied almost continuously during the year 1902 
by artists not members of the Society. 

Besides paying the death losses of Henry Farrer and Thomas W. Wood, 
aid has been given to several artists not members of the Society. 



ART COMMISSION. 
City Hall, Manhattan, New York. 

Mayor of the City of New York A. Phimister Proctor (Sculptor). 

(Ex-officio). Loyal Farragut. 

President of the Metropolitan Henry Rutgers Marshall 

Museum of Art (Ex-officio). (Architect). 

John De Witt Warner, Frederick Dielman (Painter). 

President William J. Coombs. 

A. Augustus Healy, Secretary. 

Monthly meetings are held second Tuesdays of each month at 4:30 
p. m., and fourth Tuesdays of each month if called by the secretary. 

The Commission directed Mira R. Maltbie, its secretary, to make a 
two months* tour of Europe to study and report upon noteworthy modem 
instances of city embellishment. August 11, 1903, plans for alterations to the 
City Hall were approved ($25,000). Designs by Taber Sears, assisted by 
George W. Breck, for decoration of the Alder manic Chamber, were approved 
by the Commission. 

A leaflet with extracts from the charter of the City of New York defining 
the powers of the Art Commission, has been issued by the Fine Art Federa- 
tion of New York. 




NEIV YORK. 205 

ARTISTS' FUND SOCIETY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 

J. G. Brown, Lockwood de Forest, 

President. Treasurer. 

R. M. Shurtleff, George H. Yewell, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

51 West loth St., Manhattan. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. Ill, p. 131.) 

ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE OF NEW YORK. 

215 West 57th St., Manhattan. 

John La Faroe, N. A., Advisory Director. 

Samuel T. Shaw, William Chadwick, 

President. Treasurer. 

Ruth Payne Burgess, Arthur O. Scott, 

Arthur N. Fuller, Recording Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. Katherine Farrington, 

Corresponding Secrietary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. Ill, p. 130.) • 

The annual meeting is held the third week in April, and the annual 
exhibition the second week in May. Monthly and special exhibitions are 
held in the members' room. 

Until recently the school has only taught those branches of art com- 
monly known as the Fine Arts, viz. : Drawing, painting, composition and 
sculpture. Classes and lectures in perspective, anatomy, architectural styles, 
illustration, etc., have now been added, which have a close relation to the 
Fine Arts. It is desired to elaborate and extend these branches to include 
the history of architecture, classic and Renaissance ornament, mural com- 
position and such branches of the applied arts as may be deemed advisable. 
In order to carry out this plan an endowment fund has been established. 

(For details of instruction see tabulated list of schools.) 

THE ART WORKERS' CLUB FOR WOMEN. 

II East 59th St., Manhattan. 

Mrs. Arthur M. Sherwood, Ida Knapp, 

President. Treasurer. 

Helen Sanborn Sargent, Louisa Verplanck. Richards, 

Constance Curtis, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. Laura Cate, 

Superintendent. 

This organization has for its object the bringing together of all classes 
of women art workers for purposes of mutual interest and support, the primal 
objects being to develop, 'refine and dignify the profession of posinj?, to assist 
painters in obtaining models suited to their work, and to place models in 
legitimate employment. 

The membership comprises 200 women artists, 125 women models, a 
htmdred subscribers to the Employment Hureau. and about a hundred asso- 
ciates and contributors to the several departments of the work. 

The Club rooms are open daily from 9 to 6, on Sunday afternoons, and 
on the evenings of special classes. A business meeting is held once a month. 
a board meeting once a week, and at intervals through the winter musical 
and dramatic entertainments are given. There is a library and a members* 
room where lunches are served for a small sum to members only and where 
afternoon tea is served daily without charge. 

The classes through the winter of 1903 were well attended. There was a 
class in applied design, the work of which was sold in the spring. There is 
also an annual Christmas sale. 



aue; AMEkJCAJx' ART AS'KVAL^ 

hOAKlJ <jV E^VCATIOX FRZE l£CTL"rfF.? 

C:ij cf Kcir York. 

Lectures wtre 'ie'rrerec t^ 5.e^ *-i3t>-'iocT pidiLlic sciiDciis anc rrtwr 

TiiE 2?.00>a,yK AST ASSOCIATICiX 
172-174 M'jE*-a^t S-- Br^ck^jr, Xtrw Yicii 



Fi'ANKi-iy W. Hcoifi £. Lz GxAJ^ Beers, 

Chairrrari of ExerirtiYc Coac- 



Pro%*ic« corrvtrf *:f ^ecirref oc art 3s oarjtiQcboQ »l:ii tiie Br^jiL'Tx 1d- 
rtitute of Arts ind Sc-'^mce^, Eveursg An Causes m Drawiaf irDir 13» Ad- 
tiiqtie amd JJz^Mki'Dg zzlc P^iintirig frosn Life 

THE ERO'jKLYK art CLUB. 

\'icc-?reBi4ei2t. Secrctanr, 

* Xyirrbaniy Cocss. 

The Society w^s organized in 1879. It is proposed to boid tbc ixac eacis- 
bition in Fcbr^^iarr, iS^ji4- 

EROOKLYN CHAPTER OF THE A. L A. 

j, MoKKoe Hev^s.xti, K. H- Wle*^, 

President- Treasurer. 

A. G- Thomfsox, Jckx J. t'Enx. 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

23 W. 34tli St^ ManbanaiL 

During 1900 lectures on artistic and architecttiral snbjects were grren ai 
meetings of the Chapter. In I9aj the Chapter held an exhibit of ardntccrnral 
and other drawings. There are fifty-one practicing members ra this Osapcer. 
Annual meeting the third Wednesday in September ( September L|, I9C4> ; 
regular meetings the fourth }kIonday in each month during the seasoo. 

COUNTRY SKETCH CLUH. 
Miller Building. Broadway and 65th Sl, Manhattan, New York, 

J, Hekby Machold, Paul Gq^bel, 

President. Treasurer. 

G. Habmojc Simmo-vs, Graxt Wright. 

Vice-President Secretary. 

150 Nassau St 

The annual meeting is held the first week in January, and the ri^u-ar 
annual exhibitions in March or April. The Qub maintains an evening sketch 
class, which is open three evenings a week, and also Sunday morning paint- 
ing classes. 

The summer home of the club is at Fort Lee, X. J. 



NEW YORK. 207 

THE BROOKLYN INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

Borough of Brooklyn, New York. 

Board of Trustees. Franklin W. Hooper, 

A. Augustus Healy, Director, 502 Fulton St. 

President. Officers of the Council. 

William B. Davenport, Rev. Albert J. Lyman, 

Treasurer. President. 

George C. Brackett, James Cruikshank, 

Secretary. Secretary. ' 

Founded in 1824; reincorporated in 1890. The Institute now has twenty- 
nine departments. The membership is approximately 7,000. The annual 
meeting of the Trustees is on the second Friday in May. 

Archeology. 

William H. Goodyear. Stansijury Hagar, 

President. Secretary. 

Permanent exhibition of collections at the Museum Building. Lectures 
for the season of 1903-1904: Six by Prof. Frank A. Gallup, Ph.D., on 
"Classical Archaeology" ; eight on "American and European Archaeology," 
by eminent specialists. 

Architecture. 

J. Monroe Hewlett, Woodruff Leeming, 

President. Secretary. 

Permanent exhibition at the Museum Building. Six lectures on subjects 
of current architectural interest by eminent specialists. Permanent exhibition 
of collection of enlarged photographs of ancient and mediaeval Italian subjects. 

Fine Arts. 

William H. Goodyear, Albert A. Hopkins, 

President. Secretary. 

Pennanent exhibition of collections at the Museum Building. Apiong 
these collections are the following: (i) The Tissot Collection of paintings 
illustrating the Life of Christ, purchased in 1900 for $60,000, comprising 350 
water colors, 100 pen and ink drawings and seven oil paintings; (2) the 
Robert B. Woodward Collection of Ancient Oriental Glass, chiefly from Syria 
and Egypt, presented by Col. Robert B. Woodward in 1902 ; (3) Collections in 
Oriental Art, presented by Messrs. Robert B. Woodward, George C. Brackett, 
Carll H. De Silver, Thomas T. Barr and Alfred T. White; (4) Collections 
of Oil Paintings illustrating the American, English, French, German and 
Italian Schools of modern painting; (s^ Marble Sculpture entitled "The 
Fallen Angels," by Salvatore Albano, presented by Mr. A. Augustus Healy; 
{6) a colored majolica lunette by Giovanni Delia Robbia, height 7 feet, width 
14 feet, presented by Mr. Healy; (7) the Alfred Duane Pell Collection of 
European china, comprising some 300 pieces; (8) Loan Collections of paint- 
ings by Hon. Charles A. Schieren, Carll H. De Silver, Henry H. Benedict, A. 
Augustus Healy, Henry T. Chapman, Robert B. Woodward, Robert J. Kim- 
ball, Ludwig Nissen, and by many other citizens; (9) the Frank Sherman 
Benson loan collection of Greek Coins. The Library of the Fine Arts De- 
partment contains 1.600 volumes. 

Lectures on Fine Arts during the season 1903-4 are six lectures on "The 
Great Art Galleries of Europe," by Miss Antonie Stolle, of Boston ; fifteen 
lectures on "Italian Art, from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century/' 
by Prof. William H. Goodyear; six lectures on "French and English Paint- 
ing,*' by Prof. John F. Weir, A. M., of Yale University; six lectures on "The 
Florentine Renaissance,'* by E. L. S. Horsburgh, B. A., of Oxford University, 
England ; six lectures on "The History of Art in Northern Europe," by Prof. 



2o8 AMERICAN ART ANSUAL. 

William H. Goodyear. A. M. ; five lectures on **The Historj* of German Art," 
by Prof. D. Cady Eaton. A. M., of Yale University ; six lectures by Miss Julia 
Osgood, of Boston, on "The Italian Masters of the High Renaissance"; fm^ 
lectures on subjects of current interest in art by distinguished specialists. All 
the art lectures are illustrated by lantern photographs. 

THE CENTURY ASSOCIATION. 
7 West 43d St., Manhattan, New York. 

Henry C. Potter, Wiixi.\m Spackmax. 

President. Treasurer. 

John Bigelovv, Edward Carey. 
J. Q. A. Ward, Secretary. 

Vice- Presidents. 

Art Committee. 

Samuel Isham. John W. Alexander. Robert Bloodgood. 

The Association was organized in 1847, and its membership consists of 
artists, authors and professional men, about one-tenth of the members being 
artists 

The annual meeting is held the second Saturday in January. 

Exhibitions open to members are held monthly in the season. 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. 
Morningside Heights. Manhattan, New York. 

Nicholas Murray Bi:tler, F. P. Keppel, 

President. Secretarj-. 

Department of Fine Arts. 

Columbia University possesses as yet no distinct faculty or School of the 
Fine Arts. There are, however, a considerable number of courses offered by 
the University on the fine arts and closely allied subjects. The School of 
Architecture and the Department of Music were organized independently 
under the control of the President in the autumn of 1902. Courses in Teach- 
ers College, Columbia College and under the Faculty of Philosophy are 
closely allied; the collections of the Metropolitan Museum are available to 
students; the Avery Architectural Library is open to students, and during 
1902- 1903 a course of public lectures on art was given in Havemeyer Hall. 
These lectures were free to the public. 

Extension Department. 
Frederick Henry Sykes, Director. 

Instruction offered to non-resident students. Lecture courses are given 
at the Teachers College, and local centres may be established wherever a 
community undertakes to offer year by year one or more of the Extension 
courses of the University. **Art Interpretation" will be given by Alfred V. 
Churchill; **Theory and Practice of Design" by Frank A. Parsons; "History 
of Art" by George S. Kellogg. 

A course in the **History of Art" is also given in the Summer Schools of 
Columbia. ( For details of instruction in School of Architecture and at 
Teacher? College see tabulated list of schools.) 

Av.pRY Architectural Library. 

The Library is open every day in the year except Sundays and four holi- 
days from 9 a. m. until 6 p. m., and from 7 to 11 p. m. During the summer 
vacation the Library closes at 10 p. m. 



COLUMBIA UNIFERSITV, XBH' YORK. 209 

The Henry O. Avery Memorial Architectural Library of Cohimbia Uni- 
versity in the city of New York was founded by Mr. Samuel Putnam Avery 
and his wife, Mrs. Mary Ogden Avery, of New York. The constitution of 
the Library is set forth in a letter of gift to President Seth Low bearing the 
date June 23, 1890. 

The original endowment was $15,000, which has been increased to $30,000. 
The interest of this fund pays for binding and ctirrcnt periodicals, with a bal- 
ance which is used for the lighter sort of material needed by readers. The 
great mass of books has come directly from the founders, by purchase with 
revenues of their endowment or by their personal gifts. It is impossible to 
estimate precisely the amount of money spent in this way, but it is not far 
from $100,000. 

As their advisers and helpers in the formation of the Library the founders 
created by their letter of gift a Committee of Purchase, consisting of the Li- 
brarian of the University, the profe.^sor or acting professor of the Architec- 
tural Department of Columbia University, and Mr. Russell Sturgis. whose suc- 
cessor in case of his declination at any time must be an architect not directly 
connected with Columbia University. 

It has been the intention of tlw founder's and of the committee to make 
the collection a complete presentation of the best architectural literature. It 
contains all the famous old books and the most useful and important of mod- 
cm publications. 

The collection also includes good material on the various arts which are 
more or less intimately associated with architecture, such as the manufacture 
of tapestries, carpets, stained glass, mosaics, etc. Sculpture has been consid- 
ered as an accessory art to architecture, and the Library is strong on that 
subject; but painting has not been included. 

The Library contains about 18,000 volumes, and is especially strong in 
current periodicals. 



COOPER UNION 
FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIEXCR AND ART. 

Third .Vvc. and I'th St.. Manhattan. New York. 

Edward Cooper, Edward R. Hewitt, 

President. Treasurer. 

L. C. Jordan'. Assistant Secretary. 
(For foundation and history <ee Vol. I. p. 300. and Vol. II. p. 135.) 

Cooper Union suffered in the past year the loss of its secretary, Abram 
Stevens Hewitt, who had been for more than forty years one of the trustees 
of the Institute and practically general superintendent. His personal con- 
tributions in money were over $200,000. and no doubt it is largely due to his 
personality and the work he did for the Cnoper Union that donors not related 
to Mr. Cooper have made it the recipient of their munificent contributions 
to its endowment fund. Mr. Peter Cooper Hewitt, eldest son of Mr. Hewitt, 
was elected trustee to till the vacancy caused by the death of his father. 

Owing to ihe necessity of u*^ing the entire building for class rooms and 
the loss of income irnm parts heretnfnre rented, the revenue from the en- 
dowment fund became insufficient. In 1002 .Andrew Carnegie offered to 
.supplement his previous gift of $300,000 by an additional $300,000: following 
this the institution received an additional annual income of $25,000 from the 
descendants of Peter Cooper, who, by a family agreement, transferred to 
Cooper Union the fund created by Peter Cooper, and which was to revert 




210 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

to the institution upon the decease of his children and grandchildren. At this 
juncture a citizen of New York who does not wish his name mentioned 
made a gift of $250,000 for the general purposes of the institution, and from 
the estate of Oswald Ottendorfer $20,000 was received, the income of which 
will be reserved for the purchase of books, chiefly in the German language. 
The total of these gifts, with some smaller amounts, is a fund of over $2,100,- 
000, producing an income of at least $90,000 a year, a sum sufficient for the 
present needs of Cooper Union. 

The inauguration of a system of scholarships to enable deserving young 
men to attend the Day School was made by the gift of $2,500 each from the 
Misses Campbell in 1901. The following year Jacob H. Schiff gave $5,000 to 
found two scholarships in commemoration of the eightieth birthday of Abram 
S. Hewitt, and a similar sum to found scholarships was received from John 
F. O'Rourke, an alumnus of Cooper Union. 

The Alumni Association has taken an active interest in the growth of 
the institution, and many of the improvements have been due to the initiative 
of the Association. On May 11, 1901, the looth anniversary of the birth of 
Peter Cooper, a bas-relief by Augustus Saint Gaudens was unveiled in the 
main corridor by the Alumni. 

The duration of the classes has been extended from six to eight months. 
The Chemical Laboratory and the Physical Laboratory are open day and 
night. The three laboratories having reached their full development it has be- 
come necessary to use the entire building. The intention is to maintain a 
free school primarily for the education of workmen, and not a professional 
institution. The trustees expect, however, that the proposed instruction by 
day will be used mainly by the graduates of the. high schools, and Cooper 
Union will thus be made to supplement the courses of the high schools, not 
to replace them, and become a means of admission to the higher instruction 
offered by Columbia University. (For details of the Art Schools see tabu- 
lated list of schools.) 

Museum for the Arts of Decoration. 

Sarah Cooper Hewitt, Mary A. Peoli, 

Chairman Committee of Custodian. 

Management 

Open free to the public daily, except Sundays and Mondays, from 9:30 
a. m. to 5 p. m. 

The annual report presented May 29, 1903, showed that 1,525 people had 
visited the Museum during the year, an increase of 567 in the past three 
years ; 109 persons have actually worked there. 

Visitors this year represented fifty-one different professions connected 
with the arts. 

During the past few years the subject of decoration has come into great 
prominence^ and skilled workmen are required for this purpose. With this 
object in view the Museum was started about eight years ago, and has now 
reached such a development as to make it possible to establish what may 
be termed an art laboratory, organized with special reference to the application 
of art to the purposes of decoration. 

The library now contains 600 encylopaedic scrap books, and card cata- 
logues of the scrap books and reference books have been arranged according 
to subjects, artists and places. New cases showing textile fabrics have been 
arranged in chronological order. Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan presented three 
collections of mediseval tissues purchased in Europe, valued at over $30,000, 
but their value is scarcely to be measured in money, as they give the Museum 
a distinction unique on this continent. Many gifts to the scrap books and 
reference library and also some gifts of money have been made; $1,000 from 
Elmer E. Gamsey deserves special mention, as it was given in recognition of 
the advantages he enjoyed in having been a pupil of the Night School of Art. 



NEW YORK, 211 

THE FINE ARTS FEDERATION OF NEW YORK. 
215 West 57th St., Manhattan, New York. 

Board of Directors. 

Frederic Crowninshield, Francis C. Jones, 

President. Treasurer. 

Herbert Adams, Frederick Dielman. 

Vice-President. John M. Carrere. 

Thomas Tryon, Secretary, 30 East 21st St. 

The Federation is composed of the following societies : 

American Fine Arts Society. National Society of Mural Painters. 

American Water Color Society. New York Chapter of the American Insti- 
Arcbltectnral League of New York. tute of Architects. 

Brooklyn Chapter of the American Institute New York Water Color Club. 

of Architects. Society of American Artists. 

Mnniclpul Art Society of New York. Society of Beaux-Arts Architects. 

National Academy of Design. Society of Illustrators. 
National Sculpture Society. 

The annual meeting is held the last Monday in May (May 31, 1904) ; 
stated meeting the second Monday in December (December 14, 1903). The 
Council consists of representatives and alternates chosen by the thirteen 
societies which compose the Federation. 

THE GUILD OF ARTS AND CRAFTS OF NEW YORK. 

109 East Twenty-third St., Manhattan. 

C. J. BuscK, Amy M. Hicks, 

President. Financial Secretary. 

Charlotte H. Busck, Czara A. Johnson, 

Treasurer Pro Tem., Recording Secretary. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

The Guild is an association of craftsmen co-operating to maintain a 
standard which shall be expressed in the union of the art of design with the 
art of production. To this end it has established workshops and salesrooms 
in a Guild House, in order that the educational and professional aims may be 
harmoniously developed. 

KIT-KAT CLUB. 
12 East 15th St., Manhattan, New York. 

A social club composed chiefly of artists. Frequent exhibitions are held 
in the clubrooms. 

THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. 

Fifth Ave. and 82d St., Manhattan, New York. 

F. W. Rhinelander, William L. Andrews, 

President. Honorary Librarian. 

William E. Dodge, H. C. Fahnestock, 

Daniel Huntington,^ Treasurer. 

Vice-Presidents. Louis P. Di Cesnola, 

Secretary. 
Louis P. Di Cesnola, Director. 

George H. Story, Curator of the Department of Paintings. 
John A. Paine, Curator of the Department of Casts. 

Frank Edwin Elwell, Curator, Department of Ancient and Modern Statuary. 
P. H. Reynolds, Assistant Curator of Art Objects and Textile Fabrics. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 217.) 

The Museum is open free from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. every week day except 
Monday and Friday, when the admission is 25 cents. It is also open free 



212 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Monday and Friday from 8 to lo p. m. and Sunday from i to 5 p. m. 
The building and land belong to the city ; the collections are the property 
of the corporation. The Board of Trustees consists of nineteen members of 
the Museum and (ex-officio) the President, Vice-President, Treasurer and 
Secretary, the Comptroller of the City of New York, the President of the 
Department of Parks and the President of the National Academy of Design. 
The report of the Treasurer for the year 1902 was as follows : 

Condensed Statement. 

CREDITS. DEBITS. 

Funds in bands of the Finance Income transferred to Treasurer. $18,3174. 8t 

Committee, December 31, 1901. |616,060.16 Taxes on Real Estate 2,06S.ST 

Income from investments 29,726.86 Insurance 



Joel Goldenberg Legacy 1,900.00 TrsTeling Scholarship. Lasarus 

Fund 1,457.35 

Investments and Deposits 625,504.31 



$647,687.01 $M7.687.01 

Statistics. 

1900. 1901. 1902. 

Attendance 571.500 593.946 06S.19T 

Members 2,008 2,104 2.223 

Volumes In Library 5.865 6.211 0,444 

Portfolios, pamphlets, etc 807 871 061 

Library attendance 435 over 500 038 

Permits to copy pictures 559 208 



Museums, colleges, art schools and libraries throughout the United States 
continually request casts of the sculptures in the Museum, and the trustees 
decided to establish a molding and cast department to furnish such institutions 
with the casts needed for educational purposes. 

The Saturday lectures given in conjunction with Columbia University 
during the season of 1900 were as follows : Wm. B. Van Ingen, January 6, 13, 
20 and 27, "Japanese Art" ; Jean Schopfer, Februarj- 3, 10, 17 and 24, "G<khic 
and Renaissance Architecture and Sculpture" : Rev. Wm. Hajres Ward, March 
3, 10, 17, 24 and 31, "Art and Religion in the Primitive East. * These lectures 
have been discontinued. 

The new wing and entrance on the Fifth avenue side was opened De- 
cember 22. 1902. (See illustration.) 

During 1901 and 1902 the Curator of the Department of Casts classified 
and placed on exhibition 950 casts, purchased some years ago by a special 
committee, but which had been stored owing to lack of room. 

During IQ02 and 1903 the valuable collection of paintings belonging to 
Mr. George W. Vanderbilt was on exhibition. 

The Jacob H. Lazarus Scholarship, pa^-able by the Treasurer of the Mu- 
seum, was awarded in the autumn of 1902 to Robert Knight Ryland, of Rus- 
sellville. Ky. Application should be made to Frederic Crowninshield, chairman 
committee in charge. 48 West i8th St.. Manhattan. i^For particulars regard- 
ing this scholarship, see Vol. II. p. 2^ ) 

Import.\xt Aconsmoxs. 

1900. — Bequests: From Collis P. Huntington, collection of paintings; Rob- 
ert Graham Dun, 25 paintings; Osgood Field, a collection of art objects; 
Henry Villard, $5,000. Donations: Mrs. John Crosby Bro^TU 325 musical 
instruments: J. Pierpont Morgan, a collection of classical Greek art objects 
in gold : 3 oil paintings (portrait of Christopher Columbus, by Sebastiano del 
Piomho: "Lord Nelson on the Victor>\" by C. Lucy: "Napoleon at St. He- 
lena.** by B. R. Haydon) : William E. Dodge, oil painting "Cambyses* Punish- 
ment of an Unjust Judge." by Rubens) : Mrs. Henry Marquand. 2 oil paintings 
(portraits of Caleb Gaspar and Mrs. Laura Caspar Griswold, bv Charles L. 
Elliott) : Henr>- G. Marquand. oil painting ipi^rtrai: of Jean Van Male, by Van 



METROPOLITAN MUSEUM, NEW YORK. 213 

der Heist) ; National Sculpture Society, portrait bust (reproduction in bronze 
of the late Olin L. Warner's work) ; William H. Redding, 108 souvenir 
spoons ; Miss Georgina Schuyler, 19 specimens of old lace ; several gentlemen, 
an oil paintmg ("The Coppersmith," by Edgar M. Ward). By purchase: The 
loan collection of Mexican antiquities has been purchased by the Museum. 
The institution has also acquired 29 ancient Greek gold ornaments, 15 objects 
in bronze. 6 terra cottas. 8 funerary stones found in Palmyra, and 8 pieces of 
ancient glass. Through the kindness of Hon E. E. Farman the Museum 
secured ^ Greco-Roman terra cotta masks found at Alexandria. 

1901. — Bequests: The Museum was made the residuary legatee by Jacob S. 
Rogers, the income of his estate to be used for the purchase of art objects 
(it is estimated that the bequest will amount to over $5,000,000) ; from the estate 
of Henry Villard, $5,000. Donations: Mrs. John Crosby Brown, 164 musical 
instruments and 523 portraits of musicians; Charles B. Curtis, $10,000 in 
bonds ; the Egypt Exploration Fund, of London, 109 antiquities, found at 
Abydos ; Mrs. Charles B. Foote, 203 portraits of musicians ; W. F. Havemeyer, 
oil painting (*in Strange Seas," by George W. Maynard) ; the Liverpool and 
London and Globe Insurance Company, oil painting ("The Revolt at Pavia," 
by Paul Emile Boutigny) ; Paroutard & Watson, 35 pieces of porcelain; Alfred 
Duane Pell, 274 specimens of European porcelains ; William H. Redding, 22 
souvenir spoons; Mrs. Mary A. Witthaus, 20 specimens of old lace, 3 fans, i 
carriage parasol ; 252 Roman gold coins, a portion of a recent bequest of 
coins from Joseph H. Durkee, were labeled, and placed on exhibition. The 
Museum acquired by purchase 9 ancient Greek Etruscan vases, several bronze 
lamps, vases and mirrors, a Roman iron key, and a number of ancient* terra 
cotta vases and statuettes. 

1902. — Donations: Heber R. Bishop, a collection of jade and $55,000 for 
its installation in the Museum ; Mrs. John Crosby Brown, 198 musical instru- 
ments and 15 sheets of Japanese music ; William B. Osgood Field, 97 objects 
of Italian majolica, tiles, helmets, shields and woodwork; Alfred Duane Pell, 
57 specimens of European porcelain ; William H. Redding, 23 souvenir spoons ; 
James Henry Smith, oil painting ("The Holy Family," by Rubens). Acquisi- 
tions by purchase ii^cluded 14 terra cotta vases, 6 Greco-Roman statuettes, '3 
terra cotta statuettes and 7 ancient glass vases. 



THE MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY OF NEW YORK. 

Care of National Arts Club, yj West 34th St., Manhattan, New York. 

Calvin Tom kins, Edward D. Page, 

President. Treasurer. 

William T. Evans, William S. Crandall, 
F. Welungton Ruckstuhl, Secretary, 

Vice-Presidents. 253 Broadway. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 142.) 

Annual meeting is held the fourth Monday in April (April 25.. 1904); 
Directors' meetings, fourth Wednesday of each month : Executive Commit- 
tee meetings, second Wednesdays. 

An exhibition of designs. for an Electrolier and Isle of Safety was held 
at the National Arts Club rooms in February, 1902. The design of Victor 
A. Ciani was accepted. The electrolier was presented to the city and erected 
at the intersection of Fifth avenue and 23d street, September 3, 1903. 

The retiring secretary. Frederick S. Lamb, was empowered during the 
summer of 1903 to spend $200 to $500 for photographs relating to municipal 
architecture, and to procure city plans that will aid the Society in its efforts 
to beautify New York. 



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AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN. 
109th St. and Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan, New York. 

Council. 



Frederick Dielman, 
President. 

C. Y. Turner, 

Vice-President 

LocKwooD DE Forest, 
Treasurer. 

Will H. Low, 

Recording Secretary. 



Harry W. Watrous, 

Corresponding Secretary. 
Herbert Adams, 
a. c. howland. 
John W. Alexander. 
R. Swain Gifford. 
Irving R. Wiles. 
H. Bolton Jones. 



Academicians. 

(Names of members and associates elected during the last three years are marked 
with an asterisk. Names and addresses are entered in the Directory of the "American 
Art AnnuaL") 



•Abbey, Edwin A. 

Adams, Herbert (S.). 

•Alexander, John W. 

Barse, George R., Jr. 

•Beaux, Cecilia. 

Beckwith, J. Carroll. 

•Bitter, Karl (S.). 

Blashfleld, Edwin H. 

Bougbton, George H. 

Brandt, Carl L. 

Brevoort, J. R. 

Bridgman, Frederic A. 

Bristol, John B. 

Brown, J. G. 

Butler, George B. 

Butler, Howard Russell. 

Calverley, Charles (S.). 

Chase, William M. 

Church, F. S. 

Clinedinst, B. West. 

Colman, Samuel. 

•Cox, Kenyon. 

•Crane, Bruce. 

Dana, W. P. W. 

De Forest, Lockwood. 

Dewing, Thomas W. 

Dielman, Frederick. 

•Eakins, Thomas. 

Fowler, Frank. 

♦French, Daniel Chester (S.). 

Gaul, Gilbert. 

Gifford, R. Swain. 

Griswold, C. C. 

Guy, Seymour Joseph. 

Hall, George Henry. 

Hamilton, Hamilton. 

•Harrison, Alexander. 

Hartley, J. S. (S.). 

Hennessy, W. J. 

Henry, E. L. 

Homer, Winslow. 

Howe, William H. 

Howland, Alfred C. 

Huntington, Daniel. 

Inness, Georjrp, Jr. 

Johnson, David. 

Johnson, Eastman. 

Jones, Francis C. 

Jones, H. Bolton. 

Allen, Thomas. 

•Barnard, George Gray (S.). 

Bartlett, Paul W. (S.). 

•Bell, B. A. 

Benson, Frank W. 

BImey, William Verplanck. 

Bogert, George H. 

•Boston, Joseph H. 

Brlcher, A. T. 

Bridges, Fidelia. 

•Brush, George De Forest. 

•Bnnce, Wm. Gedney. 

Chapman, Carlton T. 



Associates. 



La Farge, John. 

Lippiucott, William H. 

Low, Will H. 

Magrath, William. 

Maynard, George W. 

MiUer, Charles H. 

MiUet, F. D. 

Minor, Robert 0. 

Moeller, Louis. 

Moran, Thomas. 

Mowbray, H. Siddons. 

Murphy, J. Francis. 

Nehlig, Victor. 

Nicoll, J. C. 

Palmer, Walter L. 

Parton, Arthur. 

Perry, E. Wood. 

Porter, Benjamin C. 

Bobbins, Horace Wolcott. 

Rogers, John (S.). 

Sargent, John S. 

Sellstedt, L. G. 

Shettuck, Aaron D. 

Shirlaw, Walter. 

Shurtleff, R. M. 

Smillie, George H. 

Smlllie, James D. 

Saint Gandens, Augustus *(S.). 

Talt, Arthur F. 

•Thayer, Abbott H. 

Tiffany, Louis C. 

Tryon, D. W. 

Turner, C. Y. 

Van Elten, Kmseman. 

Vedder, Elihu. 

Vinton, Frederic P. 

Volk, Douglas. 

•Walker, Henry 0. 

Walker, Horatio. 

Ward, Edgar M. 

Ward, J. Q. A. (S.). 

Watrous, Harry W. 

Weir, John F. 

Weir, J. Alden. 

Weldon, C. D. 

Whlttredge, Worthlngton. 

Wiles, Irving R. 

Wllmarth, Lemuel B. 

Yewell, George _H. 

Clark, Walter. 

•Clarke, Thomas fields (S.). 

Coftin, William A. 

Coleman, C. C. 

Couse, E. Irving. 

•Cox, Louise. 

Craig, Thomas B. 

Curran, Charles C. 

•Dalngerfleld, Elliott. 

Davis, C. H. 

Dearth, H. G. 

•De Camp, Joseph. 

DeHaven, F. 



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Associates — {Continued.) 



DeLuce, Perclval. 

Dessar, Louis Paul. 

* Dewey, Charles Melville. 

•Drake, W. H. 

♦DuMoiid, Frank V. 

Earle, L. C. 

•Eaton, C. Warren. 

Ferguson, Henry A. 

•Foster, Ben. 

Freer, Frederick W. 

Gay, Edward. 

•Grafly, Charles (S.). 

Green, Frank RuHsell. 

Harper, William St. John. 

•Harrison, Birge. 

Hassam, Childe. 

Herter, Albert. 

Hyde, William H. 

•Isham, Samuel. 

•Kendall, Willtnra Sargent. 

•Kline. William Fair. 

KoBt, F. W. 

Lathrop, W. L. 

•Lockwood, Wilton. 

♦Loeb, Louis. 

I..00P, Mrs. Henry A. 

Lyman, Joseph. 

McCord, George H. 

•McEwen, Walter. 

Mcllbenney, C. Morgan. 

•MacMonnloR, Frederick W. (S.). 

•Martiny. Philip (S.). 

Mayer, Constant. 



Mosler, Henry. 
•Niehaus, Charles H. (S.). 
Ochtman, Leonard. 
O'Donovun, W. 11. (S.). 
Parsons, Charles. 
Piatt, Charles A. 
Poore, H. 11. 
Potthast, Edward. 
Proctor, A. Phlmlster (S.>. 
•Ranger, Henry W. 
Rohn, F. K. M. 
•Reld, Robert. 
Remington, Frederic (S.). 
Rice. William M. J. 
•Robinson, Will S. 
•Ryder, Albert P. 
Sartain, William. 
Sntterlee, Walter. 
•Schoflold, W. Elmer. 
♦Schreyvogel, Charles. 
•Sewell, Amanda Brewster. 
•Sewell. R. V. V. 
Snu'dley. William T. 
Siiell, Henry B. 
Story. George H. 
•Thorne. William, 
ririch, Charles F. 
Van BoRkerck, Robert W. 
•Van Laer, A. T. 
Vonnoh, Robert W. 
•Walcott, H. M. 
Whitmore, William J. 
Wiggins, Carleton. 



(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 263.) 

The annual meeting is held the second Wednesday in May (May ii, 
1904). Council meetings the first Monday in each month; officers' meeting 
the third Monday. Exhibitions have been held at the Fine Arts Building as 
follows: January 5 to February 2, 190 1 ; January 3 to Febriiary i, 1902, and 
January 3 to 31. 1903. The seventy-ninth animal exhibition will be held 
at the Fine Art Building January 2 to 30. 1904. 

The prizes at the annual exhibitions since 1900 have been a\varded as 
follows: Thomas A. Clarke prize — 1901. William Fair Kline. "The Flight Into 
Eg>'pt*': 1902, Elliott Daingerfield, "The Story of the Madonna"; 1903* 
Amanda Brewster Sewell. "The Sacred Hecatomb." Hallgarten prizes ($300, 
$200 and $100) — 1901, first. W. Elmer Schofield. "Winter Evening"; second. 
Clara T. McChesney, "A Good Story": third, Matilda Browne. "Repose"; 
1902, first, E. Irving Couse, "The Peace Pipe"; second, Louis Loeb, "The 
Mother"; third. Will Howe Foote, "The Blue Vase"; 1903, first. H. M. Wal- 
cott, "At the Party"; second. W. F. Kline. "Leda and the Swan"; third, 
Belle Haven, "The Last Load." Dodge prize— 1901. Mary T. Hart, "Por- 
trait Study." This prize was discontinued in 1901. Inness gold medal — 1901, 
Bruce Crane. "Year's Wane," owned by Carnegie; 1902, Walter Clark, 
"Gloucester Harbor"; 1903. Leonard Ochtman, "Grey Morning," purchased 
by the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences. 

(For details of school see tabulated reports.) 



THE NATIONAL ARTS CLUB. 

37-39 West 34th St., Manhattan, New York. 

George B. Post, New York, President. 

Vice- Presidents. 
Samuel P. Avery, George K. Birge, 



New York. 
Bernard N. Baker. 

Baltimore, Md. 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Charles E. Dana, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Vice-President's — (Continued. ) 

Henry C. Frick. Mrs. J. Montgomery Sears, 

Pittsburg, Pa. Boston, Mass. 

Harry E. Hayes, William Watts Taylor, 

Cleveland, O. Cincinnati, O. 

A. Augustus Healy, Brooks Adams, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Quincy, Mass. 

William M. Ladd, Sir William C. Van Horne, 

Portland, Ore. Montreal, Canada. 

F. A. Richardson, Thomas B. Walker, 

Burlington, Vt. Minneapolis, Minn. 

E. Francis Rtggs, Vice-Presidents. 

Washington, D. C. 

Spbncer Trask, Ch ARIES De Kay, 

Treasurer. Managing Governor. 

Henry M. Stegman, Secretary. 

Committees. 

Charles R. Lamb. Chairman Art Committee. 
Franklin G. Colby, Chairman House Committee. 
Richard Watson Gilder, Chairman Library Committee. 

(For foundation see Vol. I, p. 260.) 

Annual meeting the second Tuesday of April. The clubhouse is open for 
members every day between 8 a. m. and i a. m. 

Wednesday is Club night, when a lecture or concert is given during the 
season. 

Exhibitions. 
1900. 

November-December. — Arts and Crafts. 
1901. 

January'. — Birds and Beasts in Art. 

February. — Art Leather Work and objects relating to the Hearth. 

March. — Works by the Society of Mural Painters. 

April. — Books and Bookmaking. 

April. — Howard Walker, Water Colors taken in Europe. 

May. — Glass in the Arts. 

May. — Memorial to John A. Eraser ; his Paintings. 

June-September. — Sculpture. Oil Paintings, Pastels. Water Colors and Ob- 
jects of Industrial Art by members of the Club. 

October. — Memorial window for the Ames family by John La Farge. 

November. — Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by the Woman's 
Art Club. 

May- November. — Arts and Crafts in the Liberal Arts Building, Pan-Amer- 
ican Exhibition, Buffalo, N. Y. 

December. — Objects shown at the Pan-American. 
1902. 

January. — Ecclesiastical Art. 

February. — Art Objects relating to Civic Art, under the auspices of the Mu- 
nicipal Art Society. 

March. — American Pictorial Photographs shown by the Photo- Secession. 

April. — Small Sculpture and Sketches shown by the National Sculpture So- 
ciety. 

May. — Pictures of "Womanhood." 

May-June. — Memorial windows in stained glass by D. Maitland Armstrong, 
Mrs. Ella Condie I^mb and John La Farge. 

October. — Collection of Objects in Metal ; and another of artistic Bird Cages, 
lent by A. W. Drake, Esq. 

November. — Annual Exhibition by the Woman*s Art Club. 



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November. — Paintings by Western Artists. 

December, — Designs submitted for competition for the Emblem of the Louis- 
iana Purchase Exposition. 

1903. 
January. — Portraits of Napoleon, lent by John Leonard Dudley, Jr., Esq. 

January. — "Autumn," stained glass window "by John La Farge. 

February. — Arctic objects, with paintings by Frank Wilbert Stokes. 

March. — Objects of Municipal Art. 

April. — Examples of Ideal Art by American Artists. 



NATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY. 
215 West 57th St., Manhattan, New York. 

J. Q. A. Ward, President. 



Daniel C. French, 

1st Vice-President. 
Charles R. I.^mb, 

2d Vice-President. 



Ball, Thomas. 



Adams, Herbert. 
*Aitkeii, Robert I. 
*AlXano, V. 
Baerer, Henry. 
Barnard, George Grej. 
Bamhom, Clement J. 
Bartlett, Paol W. 
Bauer, Tfaeodore. 
Bissell, George E. 
Bitter, KarL 
*Borglum, Solon H. 
Bo7le, John J. 
•Brenner, Victor D. 
Brewster, (Seorge T. 
BrlDghnrst, R. P. 
Brooke, Richard E. 
Bash-Brown, H. K. 
Calder, A. Stirling. 
Clarke. Thomas Shields. 
Conwa7, John S. 
Conner, William. 
Damn, C. E. 
Elwell, F. Edwin. 
Esekiel, M. 
•Flanagan, John. 
French, Daniel C. 
Gelert, Johannes. 
Gerlach, Gnstave. 
Goddard, Ralph. 
Grafly, Charles. 
•Gndebrod, Lonis A. 
Hamann, G. F. 
•Harley. Charles R. 
Hartley, J. S. 
•Harrey, Ell. 
Jaegers, Albert. 
Kaldenberg, F. R. 
•Keyser, Ernest W. 
Kitson, H. H. 



I. Wyman Drummond, 

Treasurer. 

William Herbert, 

Secretary, 
436 West 22d St. 

Honor.\ry Fellows. 

Palmer, E. D. 



Sculptor Members. 



Kitson, Mrx. H. H. 
Konti, Isidore. 
Linder, Henry. 
Lopez, Chas. A. 
Lnkeman, Angnstii^. 
MacMonnies, F. \V. 
MacNeil, H. A. 
Martiny, Philip. 
Matzen, Hermann. 
Mora, Domingo. 
Moynihan, Frederick. 
Miranda, Fernando. 
Niehaus, Cbas. H. 
Noble, W. Clarke. 
Partridge, W. O. 
Perry, R. Hinton. 
•PicciriUi, AttiUio. 
Potter, E. C. 
Pratt, Bela L. 
Proctor, A. Phlmister. 
Rhlnd, J. Massey. 
Rogers, John. 
Roth, Frederick. 
Rnckstnhl. F. Wellington. 
Saint Gandens, Angnstuit. 
Saint Gandens, Lonis. 
Schwarsott. Max M. 
•Scndder, Janet. 
•Shrady. Henry M. 
•Skodlk, Antonin C. 
Taft, Lorado. 
•Tofft, Carle E. 
Tilden, Donglas. 
•Triebel, F. E. 
Vonnoh, Mrs. Bessie Potter. 
Ward, J. Q. A. 
Weinman, Adolph .\. 
Tandell, Miss Enid. 



•Members elected wince 1900. Names and addresses are entered in the Dirertory of 
Sculptors of the ''American Art Annnal." 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 277.) 

Annual meetinc: is held the second Tuesday in January (January 12, 
1904) ; regular meetings the second Tuesday of each month from October to 



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May, inclusive, at 8:30 p. m.; council meetings the first Monday of each 
month. There is a large lay membership. 

On April 19, 1902, an exhibition of small sculpture and sketches was 
opened at the National Arts Club ; October 30 to November 6, 1902, an exhi- 
bition was held at Madison Square Garden in conjunction with the New York 
Florists' Club. In December, 19D3, an exhibition of sketches for sculpture 
at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be held in the rooms of the Na- 
tional Arts Club. 

The classes in sculpture at the Art Students' League are under the super- 
vision of the National Sculpture Society; the Advisory Committee consists of 
Karl Bitter and Charles R. Lamb. 



THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF MURAL PAINTERS. 

New York. 



John La Farce, 

President. 

C. Y. Turner, 

Er.MF.k E. Garnsey, 

Vice-Presidents. 



Taber Sears, 

Treasurer. 
J. William Fosdick, 

Secretary, 
24 East 28th St., Manhattan. 



Professional Members. 



Abbey, Edwin A. 
*Alexauder, J. W. 
Armstrong, D. Maitland. 
Bl-ashfleld, Edwin H. 
•Breck, George W. 
•Burroughs, Bryson. 
Cos, Kenyon. 
Crownlnshield, Frederic. 
Dodge, W. L. 
•DuMond, F. V. 
Fosdick, J. William. 
Garnsey, Elmer E. 
Harris, W. L. 
Heinlgke, Otto. 
•Herter, Albert. 
Johnston, John Humphreys. 
Jones, Francis C. 
Kline, William F. 
La Farge, Bancel. 
La Farge, John. 
Lamb, Charles R. 

•Meml>er8 elected since 1900. Names and 
Painters of the "American Art Annual." 



Lamb, Frederick S. 
Lathrop, Francis. 
Lauber, Joseph. 
Loom is, Chester. 
Low, will H. 
Martin, Frederick C. 
Maynard, George W. 
Millet, F. D. 
Pennington, Harper. 
•Sears, Taber. 
Sewell, R. V. V. 
Schladermundt, Herman. 
Sheau/ Charles M. 
Shirlaw, Walter. 
Smith, J. Llndon. 
Sperry, Edward P. 
Turner, C. Y. 
Van Ingen, W. B. 
Vedder, Elihu. 
Walker. Henry O. 
•Wlllett. A. R. 

addresses are entered in Directory of 



(For foundation and history see Vol. I. p. 283; Vol. Ill, p. 151.) 

The annual meeting is held the first Tuesday in May (May 3, 1904) ; 
stated meetings second Monday in November, February and April. 

The most recent work of the Society has been an endeavor to secure for 
the city the mural decoration of the Hall of Records by recommending to the 
City officials an allotment of siich work by competitions or otherwise. 

There are committees on Professional Practice, Civic Buildings, Exhibi- 
tions, Education. Professional Membership and Lay Membership. 



NEW YORK CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 



Henry Rutgers Marshall, 

President. 

A. F. D'Oench. 

Vice-President. 



Joseph H. McGuire, 
Treasurer. 

GK0S^T.N0R Atterbury, 

Cor. Secretary, 

20 West 43d St. 

The annual meeting is held the second Wednesday in October (October 
14, 1903) ; regular meetings the second Wednesday during the season. 



NEW YORK, 219 

NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Second Ave. and nth St., Manhattan, New York. 

Hon. John A. King, Dr. Sydney H. Carney, Jr., 

President. Rec. Secretary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 226.) 

The Society possesses an interesting collection of old foreign paintings, a 
number of early American portraits, an archaeological collection and an impor- 
tant library, open to members and their friends. 

The Society is beginnmg the erection of a new building on Central Park 
West, where it owns the entire block from 76th to 77th streets. The corner- 
stone will be laid in November, 1903. 

NEW YORK PXTBLIC LIBRARY. 
Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. 

F. Weifenkampf, Curator Print Department. 
(For history and foundation see Vol. I, p. 227, and Vol. Ill, p. 155.) 

The collection of paintings and prints is at present at the Lenox Building, 
Fifth avenue and Seventieth street, and is open free to the public daily, except 
Sundays, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Besides its artistic value, the collection of 
prints contains many pieces in which the subject is of paramount interest, such 
as portraits, historical scenes, views, costumes, etc. 

Exhibitions since October, 1900, have been held as follows: Etchings and 
Lithographs by Whistler ; Japanese Prints, C. S. Smith collection ; selection of 
Prints from J. Pierpont Morgan Collection, illustrating history of engraving 
to 1700 ; Artistic Portraits ; Rembrandt Etchings from the Morgan Collection ; 
Lithographs by Fantin-Latour and Etchings by Egusquiza; Reproductions of 
Paintings and Drawings by D. G. Rossetti; Portraits, Caricatures and Repro- 
ductions of Drawings by Victor Hugo; American Wood Engravings; Etch- 
ings and Lithographs by Millet, Rousseau and Daubigny ; and Arundel Society 
Color Prints. 

Mr. S. P. Avery has added largely to his collection of modern works. 
Among other donations were: Charles Stewart Smith, Brinkley collection of 
Japanese color prints; J. D. Smillie, 628 impressions from plates by James 
Smillie; Alexander Maitland, collection of Dutch caricatures, portraits and 
other prints relating to the Mississippi bubble; C. B. Curtis, engravings after 
Raphael; William F. Havemeyer, H. R. Storer, E. Bierstadt, F. Sheldon and 
Frederick Keppel, modern etchings by American and other artists; Howard 
Mansfield, over fifty etchings by Stoom van Gravesande ; John Durand, ninety 
drawings by A, B. Durand. 

The combined gifts of the Century Company, Charles Scribner's Sons 
and T. D. Sugden make a fine collection of American wood engravings. Leroy 
M. Yale, E. D. French, R. Swain Gifford, Henry Wolf and George H. Bough- 
ton have given examples of their work. 

A "Handbook of the S. P. Avery Collection of Prints and Art Books 
in the New York Public Library" has been prepared by the Curator, and is for 
sale. The Curator also compiled a "Catalogue of a Collection of Engravings, 
Etchings and Lithographs by Women,*' published by the Grolier Club, when 
that collection was exhibited in the New York Public Library. 

NEW YORK SOCIETY OF KERAMIC ARTS. 
Mrs. L. Vance Phillips, President. 

Exhibition will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria Galleries, December 9 to 
II, 1903. 



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NEW YORK SOCIETY LIBRARY. 
107 University Place, Manhattan, New York. 

The John C. Green alcove, established and endowed in 1880 by Mrs. Sarah 
H. Green, contains a large collection of costly and elegantly illustrated works 
on painting, on costumes and on various kinds of decoration and ornament. 



NEW YORK WATER COLOR CLUB. 
215 West 57th St., Manhattan, New York. 



Henry B. Snell, 

President. 

Mrs. E. M. Scott, 

Vice-President. 



Charles C. Curran, , 

Treasurer. 

William J. Whittemore, 

Secretary. 



List of Members. 



Ashe, E. M. 

Baker, Mrs. .1. Elder. 

Bamsley, J. M. 

Beal, Reynolds. 

BIcknell, E. M. 

Blrney, W. Verplanok. 

Blaney, Dwlght. 

Brewer, Alice I Iain. 

Bull, Charles L. 

Bunner, R. F. 

Butler, Howard Russell. 

Carpenter, Dudh«y S. 

Chapman, Carlton T. 

Clark, Rose. 

Clark, Walter. 

Clarkson, Ralph Elmer. 

Clements, George H. 

Coffin, Mrs. E. L. 

Colby, Mrs. J. W. 

Com an, Mrs. C. B. 

Cookman, C. E. 

* Cooper, Colin Campbell. 

Cooper, Mrs. Emmn Lampert. 

Crane, Bmce. 

Cross, Amy. 

Curran, C. C. 

Curtis, Alice Marian. 

Daingerfleld, Elliott. 

Davies, Arthur B. 

Dlllaye, Blanche. 

Dillon, Mrs. Julia. 

Drake, Will H. 

Earl<», L. C. 

Eaton, Charles Warren. 

•Eaton, Margaret F. 

Edwards, George Wharton. 

Ellis, Harvey. 

Faber, John. 

Fenn, Harry. 

Pltler, W. C. 

Foster, Ben. 

Gay, Edward. 

Green, Frank Russell. 

Oruppe, Charles P. 

Guerin, Jules. 

Hartson, W. C. 

Hassam, Chllde. 

Hawley, Miss W. D. 

Haynes, Miss C. C. 

Herter, Albert. 

Hooper, Annie Blakesloi*. 

Hooper, Will Philip. 

Horton, W. S. 



Howe, J. Theodore. 
Isham, Samuel. 
•Kaula, William J. 
Keller, Arthur I. 
La Farge, B«ncel. 
La Farge, John. 
Lathrop, W. L. 
Lippincott, Margarette. 
Luce, Maria. 
Macknight, Dodge. 
McChesney, Clara T. 
Mcllhenney, C. Morgan. 
Mills, J. Harrison. 
*>Murphy, Herman Dudley. 
Needham, Charles Austin. 
Nichols, H. D. 

NichoUs, Mrs. Rhoda Holmes. 
Ochtman, Leonard. 
Palmer, Walter. 
Parrish, Clara Weaver. 
Pepper, Charles H. 
•Piatt, Alethea H. 
Pomeroy, Graxje V. 
Post. William Merritt. 
Potthast, Edward. 
Prendergast, Maurice B. 
Redmond, John J. 
Rehn, F. K. M. 
•Rhead, Louis. 
Robinson, Alex. C. 
Robinson, Will S. 
•Schneider, Arthur. 
Scott, Mrs. E. M. 
Sears, Sarah C. 
Shepley, A. B. 
Sherwood, Roslna Emmet. 
Smith, Oliver Phelps. 
Snell, (Florence Frances. 
Snell, Henry B. 
•Stowell, M. Louise. 
Tewksbury, Fanny W. 
Vanderpoel, Mrs. E. N. 
Vanderpoel, J. H. 
•Van der Veer, Mary. 
Van Oorder, L. E. 
Volkert, E. C. 
Wadsworth, Wedworth. 
Whittemore, WilUam J. 
Williams, Adele. 
Williams, F. Ballard. 
•Woodbury, Charles H. 
•Woodbury, Mrs. Marcla O. 
•Yeto. Genjlro. 



•Members elected since 1900. Names and addresses are entered in the Directory of 
Painters of the "American Art Annnal." 

(For history and foundation see Vol. I, p. 283.) 
The ainiual meeting is held the second Thursday in January (January 

14, 1904). 

Annual exhibitions are given in the galleries of the American Fine Arts 



NEW YORK WATER COLOR CLUB. 221 

Society in November. The fourteenth will be held November 21 to December 
13. 1903. It will include a group of drawings and designs by Elizabeth Ship- 
pen Green. 

THE PEN AND BRUSH CLUB. 
26 West 22d St., Manhattan, New York. 

Mrs. Grace Gallatin Seton, Jane G. Cooke, 

President. Secretary, 

Janet Lewis, 30 West 17th St. 

Treasurer. 

The membership of the Club numbers fifty-six. Annual exhibitions are 
held in March or April. It is a social organization, and frequent informal 
receptions are given. 

THE PHOTO-SECESSION, 
mi Madison Ave., New York. 

Alfred Stieglitz, Director. 

This organization is devoted exclusively to pictorial photography as a 
means of original artistic expression. Many camera clubs are interested in 
the art movement in photography, but their interest is an incidental one. The 
Photo- Secession has been exceedingly active, and has been recognized as prac- 
tically representative of the so called New School of American Photography. 
Through its exhibitions it has proven the justness of the claims of American 
pictorial photography to serious consideration by the art world. There are 
twenty-eight members, residing in various parts of the country. 

The organization was represented by exhibits at Philadelphia, 1900 (the 
last of the regular salons there held under the auspices of the Pennsylvania 
Academy of the Fine Arts) ; Chicago, 1900, 1902, 1903 ; National Arts Club. 
New York, 1902; San Francisco. 1903; Glasgow International Decorative and 
Fine Arts Exhibition. 1902; Toronto, 1903; Paris, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903; 
St. Petersburg, Russia, 1903; Hamburg and Wiesbaden, 1903. It also took 
part at the Turin, Italy, International Decorative Art Exhibition. 1902, where 
it carried off the King^s prize, awarded to Alfred Stieglitz, director, for the 
American collection sent by the Photo-Secession, and a large number of 
medals for individual exhibits. The collection was brought together at the 
request of General di Cesnola, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 
and American Commissioner for the Turin Exhibition. 

The organization publishes "The Photo-Secession," an intermittent leaflet. 
(The names and addresses of the members are entered in the Directory of 
Workers in Applied Arts.) 

PRATT INSTITUTE. 
Brooklyn, New York. 

Walter S. Pfrrv. Director Department of Fine Arts. 
(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 307.) 

Exhibitions in 1902- 1903. 
1902. 
October 10 to 25. — Sculpture, Sketches and Photographs of work by Hermon 
A. MacNeil ; and Copies, Drawings and Sketches by George W. Breck. 
Oct. 28 to Nov. 8. — The Nahl Collection of Original Drawings by Masters of 
the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, lent by William C. 
Paul. 
Nov. 14 to Dec. 13. — Water Color Paintings by Henry B. Snell. 
Dec. 18 to Jan. 31. — Landscapes and Portraits by Robert Henri. 



222 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

February 4 to ^.—Original Drawings and Paintings for Illustration by well 

known artists, lent by Charles Scribner's Sons. 
Marth 2 to 14. — Paintings by Claude Jean Monet, lent by Messrs. Durand- 

RucL 
Ntarth 17 to April 4. — Photographic Reproductions in Tone and Color of the 

^ork« of Arnold Bockhn, lent by George Busse. 
iVpnt r (o 1$. — Anttque Italian and Oriental Textiles from the Pratt Institute 

Collection. In connection with this exhibition and continuing through 

AprtL Indian Baskets lent by the Hyde Exploring Expedition and 

Trank C^?\ert. 
Ma.y t4 tv> June t^— Decoration of Books^ with Bookbinding by Elizabeth G. 

Chaptn. Cv?>iers and Drawings^ lent by Publishersw 

CvutxOvKa or Lscrcics. i9CI(3*k9C4> 

Gttxn tt W^ttxr So.Ht Perrr. \L A^ in thie Assembly HalL Pratt Institute, 

K3a Wednesda^nk ac 4 p^ m. 

Se|*er^^<-r ^ — Arcfttttectxine as a Ftn< Art 
Octv?fe<r y. — Af^tt'cnc and Ms>{ertt E^pc 

OcSv}fc»er it — Tli'e T<?mb< an^i XCettMrtat Tempte «c£ E®rpc 
Ocfrc^r ^ — i\<:itTV4tt Act. 

Xnstie^tJ^^r 4. — ^Acw^^eot Gr^eeoe atui Htt B^itatLf^t Wodc? of Art. 
K>!tiewl^r tt — ^.\ctKW« Gc^eeoe axxvf Her EettattM Week:? sjf Art 

NVtietr1'«etr t^ — FtvXctttk'tt C4f Gc^&ek Scta£"pttjr^ 

Xvcvt«r.l^er ^ — Rvc«« ac^I tc$ Occrtl^ativ^oss !X! ta« Wor{*f <?£ Art. 

Deoetjil^er ^ — Oxtc 4»?^ CVttWJStic Roor^xt Art. 

5>c<»»:^»cr ^ — TV Art >:j£ c^ >t»M<e A««&. 

t>c«»«?^her tvS — <kit^.^ A?^ciVJ««ct:«^ ScS^cir^ 4D»1 C?i5cerac3cui 

'^«ttitt^- >6. — 5^«r^»*'7*;«wot A::tdVj««ct!tctfc 

W.«afcr5- 5:^ — Zt}^atx Act. K^ccjf^'o: 4»>£ >£v^5«Tr. Lx5«t 

ox— 0;fi??e*»e 4«?v£ .]';i^»4««« Ac*vSic«cr3r5t 4m£ Art. 

CT — Si'riM^e^Jc Alt -n. ^m^ia^ 
Jr? ^ --Sfe'r»i?pmr A'!t ^ Cuartrrj^ 5i;riks!!ij^ ^7^11: :3it MeincfrcBifiHt. 

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SALMAGUNDI CLUB, NEW YORK. 223 

The exhibitions held during the past three years are as follows: 
1900-1901. 
Dec I to 6. — Water Colors, at which the Inness, Jr., prize was awarded to 

A. H. Maurer. 
March. — Oils. 
1901-1902. 
December. — Black and White. 
February. — Oils, at which prizes were awarded to Charles W. Hawthorne and 

C. W. Eaton. 
March 15. — Water Colors, at which the Morgan prize of $50 was won by 

Leonard Ochtman, and the W. S. Hurley prize of $100 by Reynolds 

Beal. 
1902-1903. 
January. — Annual Water Color Exhibition, at which the A. C. Morgan prize 

went to Albert Lorey Groh. 
February. — Oils, when the Inness prize was awarded to W. H. Drake for 

"Death of the First Horn," and the Evans prize to Leonard C. Ocht- 
man for landscape "Frost." 
March. — Black and White, at which the Shaw prize was given to Charles 

Warren Eaton. 

Numerous private exhibitions were given, among them works by George 
H. McCord, Walter Shirlaw, A. T. Van Laer and a group of old portraits and 
miniatures from the Charleston Exposition. 

Auction sales of sketches are conducted annually, half the amount realized 
going to the painter and the other half to the Club. On January 15, 1901, 
114 paintings sold for $5,353; January 23 and 24. 1902, 120 sketches sold for 
$5,500, and January 30 and 31, 1903, a sale of small pictures realized nearly 
$5,000. 

There is an annual sale of mugs for the benefit of the library. In 1903 
twenty- four mugs were sold at auction for $838.50, the one by J. Carroll 
Beckwith going to J. Sanford Saltus for $125. 

SCHOOL CRAFTS CLUB. 

James P. Haney, Walter M. Mohr, 

President. Treasurer. 

Charles R. Richards^ George F. Stahl, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

P. S. 165, 109th St. and Amsterdam Ave. 

A Society composed of gentlemen connected with the various public and 
private high or elementary schools in the city and vicinity engaged in teaching 
the various arts — drawing, construction and design. Short papers and dis- 
cussions at each meeting, with exhibition of work. 

Meetings are held at the Hotel St. Andrew on the second Friday in 
November, January, March and May. 

SHIELDS ART CLUB. 
154 Madison Ave., Manhattan. 

Mrs. Caroline Foote Marsh, Florence Glover, 

President. Treasurer. 

Albert Operti, Mrs. J. P. Moorman, 

Vice-President. Recording Secretary. 

Mrs. Gertrude Pope^ Corresponding Secretary. 

The above officers were elected at the meeting of May 28, 1903. 
The Club rooms are open daily from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., to exhibit the 
work of active members. 



ja4 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

SOCIAL CLUBS. 

(Tliut ttiiikf a hj>cfcialiy of having annual or monthly art exhibitions.) 

Colonial Club. 

yjd St. and Broadway, Manhattan. 

C ('. KuTiiKAUKK, Chairman Art Committee. 

April. — Annual loan collection. 

Dkmocratic Clud. 

017 5th Ave., Manliattan. 

April. — Annual loan collection. 

Gkulier Club. 

ji) Kast 32d St., Manhattan. 

Mi'iitlily exhibitions of books, bindings, engravings, etc 

Hakmonie Club. 

45 West 42d St., Manhattan. 

I. .\, JosKi*Hi. Chairman Art Committee. 

Occasional exhibitions of loan collections. 

Lotos Club, 

55B 5th Ave., Manhattan. 

W UHAM T. KvANS. Chairman Art Committee. 

K\hibJliv»ns hcUl the last Saturday of each month during the season, with 
ladies' dc*\> I he following Monday and Tuesday. One exhibition each winter 
ii dcvv»ted u> the N\v>rk of artist members of the Club. 

Union Lcagus Clur 

Brooklyn. 

Warrkn E. Cull. Chairman Art Committee. 

Union Lkaouk Clur 

I Fast j^th St.. Manhattan. 

KoJttJi^itr V. V. SKwiJtL. Chairman Art Committee. 

|^.\hibn;K»iis hdd the sevxHid Thursday of eacii month daring the season, 
wk^b ladies' da>> thv toUowbig Friday and Saturday. 

SOClFrV OF AMERICAN ARTISTS. 
4i^ V\c^c 57th St., Manhattan, New York. 

^OAKJO OF CONTIWL. 

John t.v Farcjs, 5.\MuaL t.>«.-\:M. 

lV-cr<id.<e«t Tniasurer. 

|f[^b.NVox Co.\, MiiNRY FttELLwrrr. 

\' ict?- l&*r^sidt^nt. Secretary. 

M. BuLWN ro*x:5S. 

If^JuUfi-ii K>i XJiii "'Mmicii.^ii Arc Ajiiiu^. " 

V(huuftk Hxitiiwt ({^). *'»ititir, liar) (!$..). 

.VlftJ^UiOer, Jotut W. m«MtllH»ia. ISUwiit IStiwlhoiL 

AJMuaiiviMi) 9. MftitlujiU. 9o*tou, JixunnK %. 

BttcW^ (/t*»> H. Hri<lRu»«u». KruOuric Vrtiiur. 






SOCIETY OF AMERICAN ARTISTS, NEW YORK. 



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List of Members — {Continued.) 



Chapman, Carlton T. 

'Chase, Adelaide Cole. 

Chaie, Willlaxn Merrltt. 

Charch, Frederick Staart. 

Clark. Walter. 

Cllnedinst, Benjamin West. 

Coffin, William Anderson. 

Cox, Kenyon. 

Cox, Iioaise. 

Crane, Bruce. 

Curran, Charles Courtney. 

*Dalngerfleld, Elliott. 

DaTis, Charles H. 

Day, Francis. 

Dearth, Henry Golden. 

Dessar, Louis Paul. 

Dnveneck, Frank. 

Faxon, William Bailey. 

Flagg, Montague. 

Foster, Ben. 

Fowler, Frank. 

Franzen, August. 

Frazler, Kenneth. 

French, Daniel Chester (S.). 

•Fuller, Henry B. 

Fuller, Luda Falrchlld. 

Gaugengigl, Ignaz Marcel. 

Glfford, Robert Swain. 

Grafly, Charles (S.). 

Hardie. Robert Gordon. 

Harrison, L. Blrge. 

Harrison, T. Alexander. 

Hartley, Jonathan Scott (S.). 

Herter, Albert. 

Hills, Laura G. 

Hopkinson, Charles. 

Howe, William H. 

Hyde, William H. 

Inness, George, Jr. 

Isham, Samuel. 

Johnson, Eastman. 

Johnston, John Humphreys. 

Jones, Francis Coatos. 

Jones, Hugh Bolton. 

Keith. Dora Wheelor. 

Kendall, William S(>rge«nt. 

Kost. Frederick W. 

La Farge, John. 

I^throp, Francis. 

Ix>ckwood, Wilton. 

Loeb, Louis. 

Loom is, Chester. 



Low, Will H. 

MacMonnles, Mary F. 

MacMonnles, Frederick William (S.). 

•MacNell, H. A. (S.). 

•Marsh, Fred Dana. 

Maynard, George Willoughby. 

Millet, Francis Davis. 

'•Moschcowitz, Paul. 

Mowbray, Henry Slddons. 

•Murphy, J. Francis. 

•Nettleton, Walter. 

Niemeyer, John Henry. 

Ochtman, Leonard. 

Palmer, Walter Launt. 

Parrlsh, Maxfleld. 

Pearce, Charles Sprague. 

Piatt, Charles Adams. 

•Porter, Benjamin C. 

Potter, Edward C. (S.). 

•Potthast, Edward H. 

Prellwitz, K<lith Mitchlll. 

Prellwitz, Heury. 

Proctor, A. Phimister. 

•Redfleld, Edward W. 

•Rehn, F. K. M. 

Rice, William Morton Jackson. 

•Roth, F. G. R. ?S.). 

Ryder, Albert Pinkham. 

Saint Gaudens, Augustus (S.). 

Sartaln. William. 

Sbervi'ood, Rosiiia Emmet. 

Smedley, William Thomas. 

Story, Julian. 

Thayer, Abbott Henderson. 

Thorne, William. 

Tiffany, Louis C. 

Tryon, Dwight William. 

Van Boskerck, Robert W. 

Vedder, Elihn. 

Vinton, Frederic Porter. 

Volk, Douglas. 

Vonnoh, Robert William. 

•Walcott, H. M. 

Walker, Henry Oliver. 

Walker, Horatio. 

Webb, Jacob Louis. 

•Wolnman, Adolph A. (S.). 

Whitman, Sarah Wyman. 

Wiggins, Carleton. 

Wiles. Irving Ramsey. 

Woodbury, Charles H. 



(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 288.) 



The annual meeting is held the first Thursday in April (April 7, 1904), 
and the autumn meeting the last Tuesday in November (November 24, 1903). 
Board of Control meets on second Tuesday. 

Annual exhibitions are held in April; the next, the twenty-sixth, will be 
held at the Fine Arts Building, 215 West Fifty-seventh street, from March 
27 to May I. 1904. from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. and 8 to 10 p. m. week days; 
Sundays, 12 m. to 5 p. m. Admission, 50 cents. 

In 1901 the Shaw Fund was withdrawn, and in its place Mr. Shaw 
founded the Shaw Prize of $300, to be given annually for the best figure 
composition in the exhibition, painted in oil by an American citizen and the 
property of the painter, portraits to be excluded. It was given by a vote of 
all the members present on Varnishing Day. In 1902 the Shaw Fund ($1,500 
for the purchase of one or more works by American artists) was re-estab- 
lished. The Julia A. Shaw Memorial Prize of $300 was instituted in 1902. 
It is awarded by a jury for the best work of art by an American woman. 

An annual prize of $500 has been instituted by Andrew Carnegie, to be 
awarded by a jury, for the best oil painting by an American artist, portraits 



226 



aiHerican art annual. 



excepted, the picture to be the property of the artist. The same artist may 
not receive the prize in two successive years, and not more than twice in alL 

Prizes for the past three years were awarded as follows: 

Webb Prize ($joo). — 1901, to Ben Foster, for **Mists of the Morning"; 
1902, H. Bolton Jones, "Early Spring" ; 1903, Louis Loeb, *'Dawn." 

Carnegie Prize ($500). — 1901, John W. Alexander, "Autunm"; 1902, 
J. Francis Murphy, "October Fog"; 1903, Douglas Volk, "Boy with Arrow." 

Julia A. Shaw Memorial Prize ($300). — 1902, Mary F. MacMonnies, 
"Blossoming Time in Normandy" ; 1903, Louise Cox, "Olive." 

Shaw Prize ($300). — 1901, William Sergeant Kendall, "A Fairy Tale/' 
Shaw Fund ($1,500;. — 1902, Leonard Ochtman, "Early Morning"; H. M. 
Walcott, "Gossip" ; H. Bolton Jones, "Early Spring" ; 1903, Sergeant Kendall, 
"The Green Gnome." 

SOCIETY OF AMERICAN WOOD ENGRAVERS. 
John P. Davis, Secretary, 19 West 22d St, Manhattan, New York. 



SOCIETY OF BEAUX-ARTS ARCHITECTS. 

New York. 



S. Breck Park man Trowbridge, 

President. 

Whitney Warren, 

Vice-President. 



'Members elected since 1900. Names 
tects of the "American Art Annual." 

Aid rich, Chester Holmes. 
Almlrall, Raymond F. 
Anthony, Holland C. 
Atterbury, Grosvenor. 
Barber, Donn.. 
Baumgarten, Emlle. 
*Beekman, WUUam F. 
Benson, John P. 
Berg, Charles I. 
Blake, Theodore E. 
Boring, William A. 
Bosworth, F. F., Jr. 
•Bosworth, W. W. 
Brockway, Albert L. 
Butler, Charles. 
*Candler, Duncan W. 
Capper, Stewart Henbest. 
Carrdre, John M. 
Cary, George. 
Casey, Edward Pearce. 
Chambers, Walter B. 
•Champney, E. F. 
*Chappell, George S. 
Cogswell, Charles N. 
Cook, Walter. 
Coolldge, J. Randolph, Jr. 
•Corbett, Harvey Wiley. 
Cresson, W. P. 
Dans, Rudolph L. 
•Davis, Paul A. 
De Gersdorff, George B. 
Dempwolf, Relnhardt. 
•Denby, Edwin H. 
Despradelles, D. 
Dillon, Arthur J. 
Donnell, Harry E. 
•Ewing, Charles. 
•Farquhar, Robert D. 
Flagg. Ernest. 
Freedlander, J. H. 
Gay, Charles Merrick. 
•Greenley, Howard. 
Hale, Herbert D. 
Haskell, Stevens. 
Hastings, Thomas. 



Joseph Howland Hunt, 

Treasurer. 
Arthur Alexander Stoughton, 

Secretary, 
96 5th Ave., Manhattan. 
List of Members. 

and addresses entered in Directory of Archl- 



Haydell, Abner J. 
•Holden. B. E. 
Hombostel, Henry. 
Howard, John Galen. 
Howe, John Edward. 
* Humphries, John S. 
Hnnnewell, Henry S. 
*Hunt, Joseph Howland. 
Hunt, Richard H. 
*Jallade, Louis E. 
'Johnson, Llndley. 
Josselyn, Edgar A. 
Knowles, William Wells. 
Kohn, Robert D. 
Lord, Austin W. 
•Lowell, Guy. 
Lyle, J. Macintosh. 
Masqueray, E. L. 
McGulre, Joseph H. 
McKlm. Charles F. 
*Metcalf, Louis. 
Morris, BenJ. W. 
Morris, Charles. 
*Murchlson. Kenneth M., Jr. 
*Nash, Arthur 0. 
•Newton, Thomas M. 
•Parsons, William. 
Poabody, Robert S. 
•PeppmuUer, R. H. 
Perkins, Frank Edson. 
Phillips, Charles A. 
Pletsch, Theo. W. 
Plssis, Albert. 
•Pope, John Russell. 
•Post, James Otis. 
•Potter. R. Bumslde. 
Price, Henry Brooks. 
Pulslfer, I»nis Warron. 
•Robblns, W. P. 
Rodman, Cary Selden. 
•Rogers, James Gamble. 
•Satterthwalte, Pennington. • 
SaWyer, Philip. 
Reeler, Edgar V. 
Smith, Bowen Bancroft. 



NEW YORK. 227 

List of Members — (Continued.) 

*Spierlng, Lewis C. Turner, Thornton Floyd. 

Stonghton, Arthur Alexander. Van Pelt, John Y. 

Tallant, Hogh. Walker, Richard A. 

*Taylor, Alfredo S. G. Ware, William Botch. 

Thorp, Alfred H. Warren, Lloyd. 

Tilton, Edward L. Warren, Whitney. 

Tracy, Erarts. Weeks, Charles Peter. 

Trowbridge, A. B. Wyeth, Nathaniel. 

Trowbridse, S. Breck Parkman. *Zantsinger, E. C. 
•Tubby, Josiah T., Jr. 

(For foundation see Vol. II, p. 31.) 

The annual meeting is held the Monday before Thanksgiving (November 
23, 1903); stated meetings third Monday in February and May; Executive 
Committee meetings the first Thursday in December and the last Thursdays in 
February and May. 

A free course of study open to draughtsmen and students of any city, 
modeled on the general plan pursued at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, 
and comprising frequent problems in Orders, Design, Archaeology, etc. For 
information apply to Lloyd Warren, Secretary of the Committee on Education, 
3 East 33d street, New York City. (See tabulated list of schools.) 



SOCIETY OF BROOKLYN PAINTERS. 
Brooklyn, New York. 

Members. 

Barrett, W. S. Eggleston, Benjamin. 

Boston, Frederick. McCord, George H. 

Boston, Joseph H. Rorke, Edward. 

Borllngame, Charles. Roselend, Harry. 

Dongherty, Paul. Wiegand, Gustave. 

The first annual exhibition of the organization was held from April 25 
to May 9, 1903, at the Hooper Galleries, 593 Fulton street, Brooklyn. 



SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS. 

Arthur I. Keli-er, Henry Reuterdahl, 

President. Vice-President. 

Henry S. Fleming, Treasurer- Secretary, i Broadway, New York. 

Exhibitions were held at the International Galleries in February, 1902, 
and February, 1903. The third annual exhibition will be held in February, 

1904. 

(Names and addresses of members entered in Directory of Painters, 
Sculptors and Illustrators of the American Art Annual.) 



THE SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE PAINTERS. 

The regular exhibitors, forming the societv, are George H. Bogert, Walter 
Clark, William A. Coffin, Bruce Crane, Charles H. Davis, R. Swain Gifford, 
George Inness, Jr., Frederick W. Kost, Robert C. Minor, Leonard Ochtman 
and Carleton Wiggins. (Names and addresses entered in the Directory of 
Painters of the American Art Annual.) 

The third annual exhibition was held in April, 1901, at Qausen's Gallery ; 
the fourth in April, 1902, at Knoedler'^ Galleries, and the fifth in April, 1903, 
at Knoedler's Galleries. 



228 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

TEACHERS' ART CLUB. 

Dr. James P. Haney, James B. T. Demarest, 
President. Treasurer. 

Henry E. Jenkins, Estella Spencer, 
Ida Teed, Secretary, 

Vice-Presidents. 2TI West 130th St., Manhattan. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. HI, p. 164.) 

There are at present 158 active members, engaged in teaching or supervis- 
ing in the i:)ublic schools of the city, and 14 associates. 

Regular meetings are held the first Friday of October, December, March 
and May, with additional special meetings. The calendar of lectures for 1901 
to 1902 was as follows: March i, "The Landscape Painter, His Picture and 
the Public," by Alexander T. Van Laer; Public meetings, March 19, 22 and 
26, course of lectures on "Picture Study and Class Room Decoration," by Dr. 
James P. Haney; May 3, "Mural Painting," by Frank V Du Mond; October 
4, "The Art of Bookbinding," by Dr. John Eliot Shrady; December 13, "Indian 
Design and Its Symbolism," by Estelle Rumbold; January 25, 1902, "Schu- 
mann's Piano Compositions and Songs," by Theresa Moscnthal; March 7, 
"William Morris and the Cottage Industries of England," bjr Mary Rogers. 

Tlie tenth regular meeting was held in the Normal College, May, 1902, 
when Mr. Henry W. Belknap spoke on "Some American Craftsmen and Their 
Work." 

TEN AMERICAN PAINTERS. 

Benson, Frank W. Reld, Robert. 

r><^ Camp, Jot<«>ph H. Simmons, Edward. 

Dpwing, T. W. Tarbell, Edmund C. 

Hasaam, Cbllde. Weir, J. Aldcn. 
Metcalf, Wlllard L. 

(Names and addresses entered in the Directory of Painters of the 
American Art Annual.) 

Annual exhibitions, given in April, have been held in the Durand-Ruel 
Galleries. John H. Twachtman, the tenth member, died August 8, 1902. 

THE WOMAN'S ART CLUB OF NEW YORK. 

Mrs. E. M. Scott. M. Christine Reid, 

President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. J. W. Burgess. Grace Fitz-Randolph, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

3 Washington Sq. N., Manhattan. 

The twelfth annual exhibition was held in April, 1901, at Clausen's Gal 
lery. Exhibitions were also held in November, 1901 and 1902, at the Natiom 
Arts Club rooms. The next will be held in December, 1903, at the Nation 
Arts Club. 



FORBES LIBRARY. 
Northampton, Mass. 



Portfolios of illustrations are lent to other libraries forming a circt 
ing picture gallery. 

♦SLATER MUSEUM. 
Memorial Building, Norwich, Conn. 

Henry W. Kent, Curator. 



PARIS AND PHILADELPHIA. 229 

AMERICAN WOMAN'S ART ASSOCIATION OF PARIS. 

Paris, France. 

Mrs. Frederick MacMonnies, Euzabeth Kruseman Van Elten, 

President. Vice-President. 

9 Rue Campagne-Premiere. 

An annual exhibition was held from March 2 to 9, 1901, and one in Feb- 
ruary, 1903, the latter at the rooms of the American Students* Club, Rue de 
Chcvreuse. 

In January, 1901, there was a competition open to all American women 
resident in Paris for a "Die** for the Association. The design of Marion 
Holden was chosen. 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION OF PARIS. 
74 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, Paris, France. 

Rodman Wanamaker, H. H. Harjes, 

President. Treasurer. 

Herbert W. Faulkner, C. B. Bigelow, 
Leo Mielzner, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

The Society moved from the Quai de Conti to the above address in No- 
vember, 1902, and has had a large increase of membership since. 

It maintains a library and reading rooms, a restaurant and billiard rooms, 
and the studios, where entertainments and receptions are held. Four exhibi- 
tions are held each year. 

PARIS SOCIETY OF AMERICAN PAINTERS. 

Paris, France. 

William T. Dan n at, Juuus L. Stewart, 

President. Treasurer. 

Charles Sprague Pearce, E. A. La Chaise, 
Gari Melchers, Secretary, 

Vice-Presidents. 39 Rue Joubert. 

AMERICAN ART SOCIETY. 
727 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

Harrington Fitzgerald, J. Raymond Parke, 

President. Secretary. 

The Society was chartered April 12, 1902, the object being the exhibition, 
purchase and sale of American works of art. The city of Philadelphia has 
made a grant of $2,500 a year to the Society, and the State of Pennsylvania 
a like nmount. 

The cost of membership is $10 yearly; there are over 100 organization 
members, and the limit is 200. 

Artist members and stockholders of the Society have the right to exhibit 
three pictures at each exhibition, and can submit others to the jury. Mem- 
bers can arrange for special exhibitions. 

The first exhibition, lasting a month, was given at the Earle Gallery in 
October, 1902. Thirty-four pictures were sold, aggregating $14,200. The 
attendance was 40,000. Awards consisted of one gold and one silver medal 
for sculpture, and twenty-two gold, twenty silver, twelve bronze medals and 
fourteen honorable mentions for painting. 

The next exhibition will be held in December, 1903. at the Rosenbach 



^.o AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

uuiciv. iiiu Will ct.iioi^i ')f unframed water colors. An exhibition of oil 
Mil. lings will be held at le saiue place in January, 1904, to last one month 
•I !'Migcr. \t the iaUcr a prize of $500 will be awarded for the best picture, 
lie aniount 10 apply on :lic purchase should the Society decide to buy it for 
!e V*LMiiiaiiciu Colleciioii; gold, silver and bronze medals for the best land- 
v^'c ; viv.»lJ, >ilver and bronze medals for the best portraits or figure pieces. 

\Rr CLUB OF PHILADELPHIA. 

22KJ South Broad St., Philadelphia. 

lui.s V. Kb.u)^ Joseph M. Patterson. 

PrcMdent. Treasurer. 

\.vu^:a' 11. RiisuiuN, Thomas H. Fenton, 

\' 1.L.K1 Kfi.sey. Secretary. 
\'icc-PrcMdciUs. 

' J'or loundation and history see Vol. I, p. 348.) 

Exhibitions. 
\ ....u.'v. vK-v). Iwclfih Annual Elxhibition of oils and sculpture. Medal 

awarded to C. Harry Eaton. 
\/ . ^'- loiiih Annual Exhibition of water colors. Medal awarded to 

\;«.\.iiuki Schilling; honorable mention to J. Irwin Bright. 
\- ^^ ;^- i»^x>i Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of oils and sculpture. 
\l.dal awarded to F. Luis Mora; honorable mention to Thomas P. 

\il:.hutZ. 

NL.i.v.i. ••«.>-*.- Kic\cuih Annual Exhibition of water* colors. Medal awarded 

to K. Hopkln.son Smitli. 
\ -Nwil'vr. ux>j. —Fourteenth Annual Exhibition. Medal awarded to Janet 

Wheeler. 

■ I ...;i> : to -»4. i^.V Architectural Exhibition by the T Square Club. 

■ v!«iuar\ S, igu^.- Work of Edward W. Redfield. 

\liuh ^0 io April ->6, 1903.— Twelfth Annual Exhibition of water colors. 

I'lic fitieeiuh annual exhibition of oil paintings and sculpture will be 
:., u fivm November 16 to December 13, 1903. Two gold medals will be 
vv\.ird».vl. one for painting and one for sculpture. The Club has a fund for the 
iivha^e. from exhibitions, of paintings selected by the committee. 

\KlLSlS FUND SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA. 
\. I : k:v k DtB. Richards, Vice-President, 1520 Chestnut St. 

'Kl.K LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA. 

II. Josephine Widener Branch. 

'•road St. :uid Girard Ave., Philadelphia. 

'M'liu Bkinkmann, Librarian of the Branch. 
(, h\'r foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 173.) 

. . v.wUiiioiis oi books and pictures are held and lectures delivered. 

•• 'iiha were • 

^ \ I ^»o. Opvimii; «^-\hibition, books in special bindings by modem French, 
\ n.;^!iM4 and \nierican binders, property of Clarence H. Clark; also 

'=tei> h> Mucha, lent by Messrs. Joly and Pippitt. 
.. i«ji>i. Works L^i William Morris, including a complete set of the 
Kv'ii. evil I're^s publications, lent by Harold Peirce, Esq. 
■' ', i«k»i Ke productions of famous paintings of the Madonna. 
' I'-i. :. I ku*. C'.llection oi seventy-three proof etchings and engravings 
't v.u'rduiN and castles, lent by Robert M. Lindsay, Esq. 
'\.. j'hv.iv ^rai.hci of wild tlowers, lent by Henry Troth, Esq. 
' ». lii^ ill- .^jiniiii^ winter a series of ten courses of six lectures will be 
u ^\k. ^i v^ l.ihiarv and its branches, under the auspices of the 
' * ^ I- ' la. VuN er^iitv Extension Society. 



PHILADELPHIA. 231 

FAIRMOUNT PARK ART ASSOCIATION. 

Philadelphia. 

, James W. Paul, Jr.. 

President. Treasurer. 

John H. Converse, Leslie W. Miller, 
Charles C. Harrison, LL. D., Secretary, 

Charles E. Dana, 320 South Broad St. 

Vice-Presidents. 

The Fairmount Park Art Association, founded in 1871 and incorporated 
in 1872, is a society of men, women and children who contribute to funds 
with which to purchase works of art for the adornment of Fairmount Park 
and the city of Philadelphia. In 1888 a ''City" branch for the adornment of 
city streets and parks was established. Annual members pay $5 yearly to 
either the Park or City Branch. Those who desire to contribute to both 
funds pay $10 per annum. The funds are kept entirely separate. Park funds 
being expended for works of art for Fairmount Park, and City funds 
for works of art for the city. All contributions for Life and Perpetual 
Memberships and 10 per cent of the annual are placed in the Permanent 
Endowment Funds, which are to be kept inviolate. When each fund aggre- 
gates $100,000 the income alone will be used. The Park branch has 1,006 
members, the City branch 259, making a total of 1,265. 

The thirty-first annual meeting of the Association was held Decem- 
ber 18, 1902. At this meeting Albert Kelsey gave an address on "Parkways 
and Monumental Thoroughfares." The report states that the work in 
hand includes the casting of the colossal equestrian group, "The Amazon," 
by Kiss, and the erection of the equestrian statue, "The Medicine Man" 
(bronze), by Cyrus E. Dallin. The monument in memory of Pennsylvanians 
who took part in the Civil War is in the hands of the sculptors, and will 
consist of fifteen examples of sculpture; Charles Grafly's colossal statue of 
General Reynolds for the monument has been completed in bronze, and the 
full sized model of Moses Ezekiel's colossal bust of Governor Curtin has been 
accepted; the equestrian statues of General Hancock by J. Q. A. Ward, 
and of General McClellan by Paul Bartlett, as well as the eagles and globes 
by J. Massey Rhind, are well advanced. The memorial was provided for by 
the will of Richard Smith, who bequeathed $500,000 for the purpose, and 
stipulated that it be erected under the auspices of the Association. 

It was decided that the memorial to President McKinley shall include a 
portrait statue with a suitable architectural setting. The sum of $30,000 was 
raised by subscription, and a competition for a design opened to all sculptors. 
The date for the reception of the designs was fixed as February i, 1903. 

In March, 1902, the Association was requested by Bumham. Williams & 
Co. (proprietors of the Baldwin Locomotive Works) to supervise the erec- 
tion of a statue to Matthias W. Baldwin, founder of the Locomotive Works. 
The trust was accepted and a competition arranged. As a result the com- 
mission was awarded to Herbert Adams, and it is expected that the statue 
will be completed and placed in position before the close of 1904. 

The report dated October 31, 1902, makes the following financial state- 
ment: 

Permanent Fund, Park Branch $95,147.83 

Permanent Fund, City Branch 5.918.83 

Cash in bank 24,377. 13 

♦Investments, F. P. A. A 87,050.00 

♦This includes the following funds : McClellan Memorial, Lafayette 
Memorial, Fountain, Ericsson Memorial, Childs-Drexel Memorial and 
Children's Art Brigade. 



232 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

PEN AND PENCIL CLUB. 
1026 Walnut St., Philadelphia. 

Henry Starr Richardson, J. S. McCartney, 

President. Treasurer. 

W. C. Rowan, Secretary. 

The Club is composed mainly of artists and writers on Philadelphia news- 
papers. Has been incorporated. 

An exhibition of pictures will be held in February, 1904. 

THE PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS. 

Broad and Cherry Sts., Philadelphia. 

Edward H. Coates, Henry Whelen, Jr., 

President. Treasurer. 

Clarence H. Clark, Harrison S. Morris, 

Vice-President. Sec'y and Managing Director. 

(For foundation and history see Vol I, p. 330) 

The Galleries are open to the public from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. on week 
days; i to 5 p. m. on Sundays. The permanent collections are free all the 
year round. 

Statistics, December 31. 

1900. 1901. 1902. 

Receipts $23,818.18 $23,803.40 $25,080.48 

Disbursements 23,801.11 24,596.28 26,256.17 

Deficit or balance $17.07 $792.88 $1,175.69 

Attendance 150,789 154,185 157,264 

Annual members 175 192 274 

Life members 38 53 66 

The Endowment Fund has received an additional gift of $3,000 from Mrs. 
Joseph W. Drexel. 

Under the wills of Emlen Cresson, who died in 1889, and of his wife, 
Priscilla Pritchett Cresson. who died in 1901, their entire residuary estates 
were left to endow "The William Emlen Cresson Prize Memorial Fund," to 
be used for scholarships for travel and study abroad. Five foreign scholar- 
ships were awarded in May, 1903, each of $1,000 a year for two years, with 
a third year at the option of the committee. It is expected that the fund 
will yield sufficient for twelve or fifteen scholarships of $1,000 each annually. 

The Jennie Sesnan prize of $100 was founded in 1902 by Elizabeth Went- 
worth Roberts, in memory of her mother, and was named after her favorite 
model. 

In the year 1902 Henry J. Thouron established a fund of $3,250 for 
the perpetuation of three annual prizes in composition in the Academy 
schools. These prizes became available at the close of the school year 1903. 

During that year a School of Architecture was established as a branch 
of the Academy schools. The aim of this school is to afford instruction in 
advanced design to those who have gained proficiency in one of the established 
schools of architecture, with certain experience as draughtsmen in actual 
service. 

The work of the schools is being sent to other cities for exhibition. 

Sixty free scholarships are awarded in the Academy schools to pupils 
of the public schools of Philadelphia, under an agreement with the City 
Councils and the Board of Public Education, from whom the Academy 
schools receive an annual appropriation of $5,000. 



PHILADELPHIA. 23 j 

Some important acquisitions during the past three years were: 

Purchases, 1900-1901.— "Nicodemus," by Henry O. Tanner; "The Cafe," 
by John W. Alexander; "Portrait of Hon. Alexander J. Dallas" and *'Por- 
trait of President James Monroe," by Gilbert Stuart; "Portrait of a Lady," 
by G. Schalcken; "Cardinal Manning" (pastel), by John McLure Hamilton. 

1901- 1902.— Oil paintings, "The Skaters," by Gari Melchers; "Sheep 
Pasture." by Henry W. Ranger; "Winter Morning After Snow," by Charles 
Morris Young, and "The Seine at Paris," by Edward W. Redfield. A num- 
ber of plaster casts were added to the collection. 

1902- 1903.— "Cat Boats. Newport," by Childe Hassam; "Twilight on the 
Seine," by Charles Francois Daubigny; "River Seine, South of France," by 
J. B. C. Corot. 

Gifts, 1900-TQOT. — "Portrait of a Lady," attributed to Sir Godfrey Kneller, 
presented by George H. Earle, Jr.; "Richard Vaux" (pastel), by John McLure 
Hamilton, presented by the artist; "The Musical Party," attributed to Jan 
Steen, bequeathed by Alfred Stille, M. D. ; "Port Ben, Delaware and Hudson 
Canal," by Theodore Robinson, presented by the Society of American Artists. 

1901-1902. — Two portraits in oils of Abram Kintzing and Mary Kintzing, 
attributed to Gilbert Stuart, bequeathed by Ella Kintzing Birkhead. 

1902-1903. — "Recumbent Figure" (marble), by Augustus Rodin, pre- 
sented by Alexander Harrison; the following oil paintings from the estate 
of Francis W. Lewis, M. D. : "River Seine, South of France," by J. B. C. 
Corot; "Twilight on the Seine," by Charles Francois Daubigny; **View of 
the Grand Canal, Venice," by Felix Ziem; "Snow Scene," by Ludwig Munthe, 
and "Landscape, France," by Emile Lambinet; also a water color, "Study 
of a Cobbler," by T. Offerman, bequeathed by Priscilla P. Cresson ; "Falstaflf." 
oil painting by William Emlen Cresson ; "The Enchanted Princess," oil 
painting by William P. Cresson; "Portrait of Richard Peters, Jr.," oil paint- 
ing by Rembrandt Peale, bequeathed by Eliza W. S. P. Field. 

Prizes Awarded. 

Walter Lippincott Prize ($300). — 1901, Charles H. Davis, for "Summer 
Clouds"; 1902, Walter McEwen, for "An Ancestor"; 1903. Frank W. Ben- 
son, for "Sunlight." 

Gold Medal of Honor.— 1901, Henry J. Thouron; 1902, James McNeill 
Whistler; 1903. John S. Sargent. 

Mary Smith Prize. — 1901, Janet Wheeler, for portrait of Mrs. Louise 
Starr; 1902, Eleanor Earle, for "Fire Light"; 1903, Jessie Wilcox Smith, for 
•'A Mother's Day." 

Temple Gold Medal. — 1901, William M. Chase, for portrait of Miss M. 
S. Lukens; 1902, Winslow Homer, for "Northeaster," owned by George A. 
Hcarn; 1903, Edward W. Redfield, for "Winter Evening." 

Jennie Sesnan Gold Medal.— 1903, W. Elmer Schofield, for "Breezy Day, 
Early Autumn." 

Exhibitions. 
1901. 
Jan. 14 to Feb. 23.— Seventieth Annual Exhibition. The catalogue included 
410 oil paintings, 265 water colors and 60 sculptures; 53 works were 
sold at a cost of $16,951.50. 
March 10, for two weeks. — Recent work of William M. Chase. From the 

pictures exhibited four were sold, aggregating in value $2,125. 
April I to 20. — Academy Fellowship's annual exhibition of sketches. 
May 8 to 17. — Collection of water colors, exhibited by Tajiero Hasekawa, a 

Japanese artist. Eight works were sold at a total of $190. 
May 17 to 31. — Presbyterian Historical and Missionary Exhibition. 
Nov. 18 to Dec. 14.— Fourth Philadelphia Photographic Salon; 281 artistic 
prints were contributed from France, Germany and England, as well 
as by American artists ; 41 pictures were sold, amounting to $258.50. 
Nov. 29 to Dec. 15. — First Exhibition of the Philadelphia Water Color Club. 



234 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Nov. 29, for two weeks. — Summer work of the Shinnecock School. 

Dec. 7 to 9. — Portion of the altar decoration for the Church of the Holy 

Angels in New York, by Violet Oakley. 
1902. 
Jan. 18 to March i. — Seventy-first Annual Exhibition. The works included 

were 415 oil paintings, 319 water colors and others, 69 sculptures; 27 

works were sold, aggregating the sum of $12,800. 
March 31 to April 19. — Exhibition of sketches under the auspices of the 

Academy Fellowship. 
March 31 to April 30. — Works of Gaylord S. Truesdell. 
March 31 to April 19. — Portraits of children by A. R Albright. 
April 2 to 30. — Designs for the Soldiers' Monument proposed for Logan 

Square. 
April 29 and 30. — Colonial silver. 
June 16 to Dec. 18. — Seventy-four paintings from the collection of Peter A. 

Schemm. 
From June to October. — Pictures lent by Dr. George Woodward, Dr. S. Weir 

Mitchell, the Society of Sons of St. George and Edward S. Miles. 
Nov. 15 to 30. — Works of Robert Henri. 

1903. 
Jan. 19 to Feb. 28. — Seventy-second Annual Exhibition. These were 421 
^ oil paintings, 381 water colors and others, and 94 sculptures; 64 works 

were sold, 5 being purchased by the Academy. 
The seventy-third annual exhibition .will be held from January 25 to 
March 5, 1904. 

(For information regarding the school see tabulated list of schools.) 

Fellowship of the P. A. F. A. 

Charles E. Dana, Frank Stephens, 

President. Treasurer. 

Helen W. Henderson, Secretary. 

The Association holds exhibitions of work that has artistic interest, but 
wliich, because it has not been carried to the finished picture or statue, would 
not find a place in the regular exhibitions. The exhibitions of sketches have 
been held on the following dates : April 16 to 30, 1900 ; April i to 20, 1901 ; 
March 31 to April 19, 1902, and the fourth beginning April 4, 1903. 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM AND SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART. 

Philadelphia. 

Theodore C. Search, George H. Cliff, 

President. Treasurer. 

William Platt Pepper, Edwin AtLee Barber, 

John T. Morris, Sec. and Curator of Museum. 

Vice-Presidents. Leslie W. Miller, 

Principal of School. 

PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM. 
Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I. p. 347.) 

Dalton Dorr, for twenty years Secretary of this corporation and Curator 
of the Museum, died on February 9, 1901, and Edwin AtLee Barber was 
elected to fill his place. 

During the past three years the building has been renovated at a cost of 
$30,000, appropriated by the City Councils. Extensive and valuable additions 



PHILADELPHIA. 235 

to the collections have been made. While the general collections of the Mu- 
seum are representative of the industrial arts of different times and countries, 
a special eilort is being made to illustrate the history of American art, a large 
collection of American pottery and porcelain being already accumulated. 

The attendance during the year 1902 numbered 457,617. 

The Museum has undertaken the publication of a series of Art Hand- 
books, the first of which, "Tulip Ware of the Pennsylvania-German Potters," 
has recently been issued. A series of art booklets on subjects germane to the 
Museum will also be published. 

(For information regarding the School of Industrial Art of the Pennsyl- 
vania Museum see tabulated list of schools.) 

PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY OF MINIATURE PAINTERS. 

Philadelphia. 

Mrs. J. Madison Taylor, Mrs. A. H. Smith, 

President. Treasurer. 

LuDwiG E. Faber, a. Margaretta Archambault, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

1710 Chestnut St. 

The first annual exhibition was opened November 15, 1902; the second 
annual exhibition will be held at the McCIces Galleries, 1518 Chestnut St., 
from November 9 to 28, 1903. 

PHILADELPHIA ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY. 

A meeting was held May 10, 1903, in the Witherspoon Building. Frank 
Miles Day presided. On the Jury of Exhibitions are Cecilia Beaux, Emily 
Sartain. Alice Morse and Elizabeth Shippen Green. 

PHILADELPHIA CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. . 

Philadelphia. 

Wilson Eyre, Jr., William C. Prichett, Jr., 

President. Treasurer. 

George C. Mason, Arthur H. Brockie, 
David K. Boyd, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 328 Chestnut St 

PHILADELPHIA SKETCH CLUB. 
2^Z South Camac St., Philadelphia. 

Ludwig E. Faber, Walter E. Hering, 

President. Treasurer. 

Frank H. Taylor, C. Few Seiss, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

1338 Spring Garden St. 

William T. Tho.mson, Librarian. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 354.) 

The next exhibition will be held the second Saturday of November. 
Works by members only are accepted. 

In 1903 the Club acquired its own building on Camac Street. 

^PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 
James B. Sword, President, 141 2 Bouvier St. 



236 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

PHILADELPHIA WATER COLOR CLUB. 
Charles E. Dana, President. 

First exhibition was held in December, 1901 ; the second annual exhibi- 
tion was held at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts from March 19 
to April I, 1903. 

PLASTIC CLUB. 
10 South i8th St., Philadelphia. 

Mrs. Emma Lam pert Cooper, Mary H. Sinnicksen, 

President. Treasurer. 

Emily S.\rtain, Florence VV. Fulton, 

Hlanche Dillaye, Corresponding Secretar>% 

Mrs. Anna Lea Merritt. The Tracy, 36th St. above Chestnut St. 

Vice-Presidents. 

The Qub was foimded in March, 1897, and incorporated in 1903. 
Weekly social meetings are held, and the sketch class meets twice a week- 
Lectures are given from time to time. According to the report of May, 
1902, there were 166 resident members and ten on the absent list. 

Exhibitions. 
1900. 

Nov. 5 to 17. — Photographs by club members. 
Nov. 26 to Dec. 15. — Black and White work. 

1901. 
Jan. 21 to Feb. 2. — Miniatures, silhouettes and colonial garments. 
March 11 to April 6. — Exhibition of paintings and sculpture by members. 
Dec. 9 to 28. — Applied art, consisting of burnt wood, brass, china, etc. 

1902. 
February. — Illustrations and designs by Violet Oakley, Jessie Willcox Smith 

and Elizabeth Shippen Green. 
Spring. — Color exhibition. 

1903. 
Feb. 23 to March 7. — Black and White work. 
April 27 to May 16. — Applied arts. 
May 7. — Thumb Box sketches at Art Club of Philadelphia. 

T SQUARE CLUB. 
1204 Lyndael Alley, Philadelphia. 

William C. Hays. Andrew J. Sauer, 

President. Treasurer. 

Lawrence V. Boyd, Richard Erskine, 

Vice-President. Cor. Secretary, 

515 Stephen Girard Bldg. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 357.) 

The annual meeting was held May 6. 1903. 

During the year 1902-1903 two new classes were opened — History of Archi- 
tecture under Frank Miles Day, and Rapid Designing imder Paul A. Davis, 3d. 
Albert Kelsey delivered an illustrated address on "Monumental Thorough- 
fares and Street Furnishings." 

The subjects for competition were chosen with regard to their relation- 
ship to each other and with one central idea, that of municipal improve- 
ment The award of a travelling scholarship was omitted, but in its place 
prizes of $50 and $25 were given. The first prize was won by E. Donald Robb 
for "Approaches to the Proposed Art Gallery." The scholarships were 
awarded in 1901 to Wetherill P. Trout; in 1902 to L. Morris Leisenring. 



PHILADELPHIA AND PITTSBURG. 237 

Calendar, 1902- 1903. 

Oct. I. — Competition : Summer sketches. Exhibition of photographs. 

Nov. 5. — Competition : Plans of a house on a triangular lot. 

Nov. 19. — Club Smoker. 

Dec. 3. — ^Competition: The treatment in elevation of the angle of a private 

residence on a triangular lot. 
Dec. 20. — Dinner by the Club to visiting members of Jury of Selection for the 

annual exhibition. 
Jan. 6 to 24. — Annual architectural exhibition held in the rooms of the Art 

Club of Philadelphia. 
Jan. 21. — Competition: Approaches to the proposed art gallery. 
Feb. 18. — Competition : A band stand. 
March 4. — Spring smoker (a Sauer Ball). 
March 18. — Competition: A series of sketch plans produced by the class in 

planning. 
May 6. — Annual meeting. Reports and election of officers. 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 

Philadelphia. 
Architectural Society. 

Charles F. Owsley, George Howard Bickley, 
President. Treasurer. 

Edward S. Palmer, William Jones Smith, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

The object of the Society is to further the educational effectiveness of the 
School of Architecture, to unite the students in common interest and good 
fellowship, to provide lectures and to hold competitions. 

The corps of instructors in architecture and graduate students are hon- 
orary members. Active membership is bestowed upon students of recognized 
ability as a mark of distinction. There are thirty-eight in this class. 

Competitive problems for 1902-1903 were as follows : "A Boat House on a 
Lake," first mention, G. H. Bickley; "A Certificate of Membership for the 
Architectural Society," first mention, M. S. Schaumberg; "A Memorial Gate- 
way for the Class of 1903," first mention, S. Clarke; "A Garden for a Semi- 
Suburban Residence," first mention, G. H. Bickley; "A City Fire House," 
first mention, H. A. Millis. 

A smoker was held in March, 1903, for the alumni, faculty and under- 
graduates of the department, at which time a musical comedy entitled "The 
Visiting Critic," was presented by a few mem'bers of the Society. This com- 
edy was repeated by request before the T Square Club of Philadelphia, and a 
third time before the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. 

(For details of instruction in the Department of Architecture, see tabu- 
lated list of schools.) 

Free Museum of Science and Art. 

(For foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 179.) 

ART STUDENTS' LEAGUE OF PITTSBURG. 

Thomas Shields Clark Studio Building, Emily St. near Craft Ave., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Mrs. Oscar Rogers, Mrs. Margaret Scully Waters, 
President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. Harry P. Pears, Anna B. Craig, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

The League was founded in 1886 and incorporated in 1896, and has re- 
cently moved from the Carnegie Institute to the Thomas Shields Clark 



2i^ AMERICAS ART ASSL'AL. 

Stsiiio Briz'Air,%, I: 15 giainramMJ :o afl' rd ani«t5 and •nidesta ir: :oc«:r- 
CHnirjT of drawing and painting from the IiTmg modri. and lo Du&cct rie ir:: 
ariiii>*pcttre and to corn'? ni:^ zoxich with Eastern stndios. 

The itufiio Li ''4>«ta daily to mcnrbers from 9:30 a. m. tc 4:30 p. 21. Ir 2 
open on Wedne-^daj. free of charge, to anyone haTin^ ohcained pemniraiiiir 
frcoi a nsetrher. Th*?re i* ao entrance eTaminaricn. oie only qnalincanon 
being- an eamets* dt-r:r?t :»: i'-rdy. Yearly diKs are Sea grring znersoer^ gr-r-,- 
I«ff of *tijd:o zrA mod-^i?. c F:r details regarding cla-i.-i^is -ree tabmared 1-^: :;: 
ichooU. > 

CARXEGIE rXSTTTI'TE 

Prt::^tLrg, Pa. 

WnxiAic X. Fii£w, William E. Cqbey. 

President. Treasurer. 

Soanrr Prro^ia^-, S. H. Cktech, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

JoB3r Caldwill, Jqhx W Be^i^ttt, M. A_ 

Chairman Fanf .^rts Com. r>crector of Fmc Arts. 

( For facndaxinn and history -see VaL E. p. 362.) 

Fotmder s Day has been celebrated annnally on the Srst T hursd ay in 
Xovember. and has been tiia«&e the occasnai oi the opening of the smnai 
exfetbtriiias. 

On the t.2ch oi X^ovember. xr^cc^ Mr. rArmg^w*- rmrrg^ed the cm^^wment 
fond 03- fj.gnoiOCOv thereby grnnig car the "?^»Trrr'«nnm-ig^ of the twe <£:9!B!t- 
mencs «af che Lnsntute. namely tbe Department at Fnse Arts asxi the ilnswinr. 
ScoaQCC annnally. The tmstees strlt hi3(d Mr. Cimegie-s anthurhy tn enJargie 
the hxL\ Idinig at a cofit of $5.<xxLiSOCL bat pen^^ng f i ngsirii ' m . camrsmm^ the 
ufie CMnr«ents actrre work. 

The cucal attendance at che iJaim. erlTT&rrhm a€ i^K&i was- tj&ijx ^n 
acvera^ o€ X7^i d^c t:3»^ m^«& of che penuiiL 

Froe special tmes at amrutcy viware dnroeti iim diir ing: tgass-tgcj: The 
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PITTSBURG, 239 

Paintings purchased in 1902: "Une Matinee dans le Dauphine." by Henri 
Harpignies; "Le Paysage et les Vaches," by Anton Mauve; "The Fountain 
of Youth," by Adolphe Monticelli; 142 bronzes were added to Mr. Carnegie's 
gift of 1901. 

Exhibitions. 

T900. 

^fa^ch 28 to October i. — Permanent Collection of paintings, casts and Neapol- 
itan and other bronzes. 

April 21 to May 4. — Jefferson Loan Collection of seventeen oil paintings, oc- 
cupying the West Gallery. 

Nov. I to Jan. i. — Fifth Annual International Exhibition of oil paintings, oc- 
cupied the three galleries, jnd consisted of 271 works. 

1901. 

Jan. 28 to March 31. — Permanent Collection, together with seven oil paintings 
loaned by Andrew Carnegie, Esq. 

March 12 to March 22. — The Vedder Collection of oil paintings, drawings 
and reproductions, occupying the East Gallery. 

March 28 to April 10. — The La Farge Collection of oil paintings, water colors 
and drawings. 

April 15 to April 20. — Duquesne Ceramic Club. 

May 20 to June 3. — Drawings of Pupils of the Public Schools of Pittsburg. 

June 24 to Oct. i. — Permanent Collection of paintings and casts, and paint- 
ings lent by J. B. Laughlin, John Moorhead, Jr., and John Caldwell. 

Nov. 7 to Jan. i. — Sixth Annual International Exhibition of oil paintings, 
consisted of 246 paintings. 

1902. 

Feb. 3 to Oct. 5. — Permanent Collection of paintings. 

June 23 to Oct. 5. — Exhibitions of paintings lent by Charles Donnelly, Pitts- 
burg; John Moorhead, Jr., Allegheny; John Caldwell, Pittsburg; Wil- 
liam N. Frew, Pittsburg, and James H. Reed, Pittsburg. 

Nov. 6 to Jan. i. — Loan Exhibition of 155 notable works from public and 
private American collections. 

1903- 
Jan. 22 to Oct. 5. — Permanent Collection of paintings and works loaned by 

John Caldwell. 
July 8 to Oct. 5. — Paintings loaned by James B. Laughlin and John Moorhead, 

Jr., Pittsburg. 
The eighth annual exhibition will be from November 5. 1903, to January 
I, IQ04. The customary awards are offered, but are restricted to American 
painters. The jurors were elected from resident American artists, and will 
meet in Pittsburg, October 15, 1903. In conjunction with the eighth annual 
exhibition of American works will be presented a collection of 100 paintings 
by members of the International Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers. 

Medals and Awards. 

Medal of the first class (gold), carrying with it $1,500—1900, to Andre 
Dauchez. for "The Kelp-Gatherers"; 1901, to Alfred H. Maurer, for "An 
Arrangement." Medal of the second class (silver), carrying with it $i,aoo — 
1900, to Ben Foster, for "Misty Moonlight Night"; 1901, Ellen Wetherald 
Ahrens, for "Sewing." Medal of the third class (bronze), carrying with it 
$500 — 1900, to William Sergeant Kendall, for "The End of the Day"; 1901, 
to Edmund C. Tarbell, for "The Venetian Blind." Honorable mention— 1900, 
to Robert W. Allan, for "All Hands on Deck"; to Julius Olsson, for "Water- 
fall in Winter," and W. Elmer Schofield, for "Twilight"; 1901, to Mary L. 
Macomber, for "The Hour Glass," and to Henri LeSidaner, for "Light." 



240 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 
PITTSBURG ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION. 



210 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 
M. B. Leisser, Charles Walz, 

President. Treasurer. 

Clarence Johns, A. F. King, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

An exhibition will be opened October 15, 1903, at the Wunderlcy Art Gal- 
leries. 

PITTSBURG CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

C. M. Bartberger, O. M. Topp, 

President. Treasurer. 

T. D. Evans, Geo. S. Orth, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 341 6th Ave. 

The Chapter has forty-five practicing members. 

BERKSHIRE ATHENiEUM MUSEUM. 
Park Square, Pittsfield, Mass. 

A Museum of Art and Natural History, founded during the past year 
by Zenas Crane and opened in April, 1903. Mr. Crane erected the building, 
installed in it his own collections and turned the deed over to the Berkshire 
Athenaeum, which operates under a charter granted in 187 1. The gift is 
valued at $100,000, of which about $30,000 represents the cost of the collection. 

The art gallery already contains some good paintings, among them "The 
Two Sisters," by Bouguereau, presented by Ex-Governor W. Murray Crane; 
**Ye Maiden's Reverie," by Douglas Volk; a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds; 
Haquette's marine, "The Last Return"; "The Building of the Tower of 
Babel," by Bassano; "Giant Redwoods of California," by Bierstadt; and an 
example of early Flemish art, "Joseph and His Brethren." 

One room is devoted to sculpture, and is decorated at one end with a cast 
of the west frieze of the Parthenon, and at the other with the Cantorio frieze. 

There is also a collection of antiquities — ancient glassware, Greek and 
Roman bronzes, Tanagra figures and clay tablets from Babylon. 



THE PORTLAND SOCIETY OF ART. 

Portland, Me. 



George F. Morse, 

President. 

Joseph P. Thompson. 

Vice-President. 



John Howard Stevens, 

Treasurer and Secretary, 

175 Middle St. 



♦PROVIDENCE ART CLUB. 
II Thomas St., Providence, R. I. 



James A. Kinghorn, 

Treasurer. 
George L. Cooke, 

Secretary, 

P. O. Box iioi, 
(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 373.) 

An exhibition of Arts and Crafts was held in the spring of 1901. 



Edward B. Knight, M. D., 

President. 

H. Anthony Dyer, 

Vice-President 



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THE PROVIDENCE WATER COLOR CLUB. 

Providence, R. I. 

Hugo Brent, Abigail W. Cooke, 

President Secretary, 

George W. Whitaker, The Fleur de Lys, 

Vice-President 7 Thomas St. 

Eliza D. Gardiner, Treasurer. 

The Qub was organized in 1896 and now has a membership of over fifty. 
The annual meeting is held the first Monday in January. Monthly meetings 
are held at the homes of members, and a talk or paper by a club member 
forms a feature of the meeting. 

Annual exhibitions are held in the gallery of the Art Club. 

RHODE ISLAND CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Providence, R. I. 

Edward I. Nickerson, Fred E. Field, 

President. Treasurer. 

Ch.\rles E. Carpenter, Prescxht O. Clarke, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

72 Weybosset St. 

The Chapter has nineteen practicing members. (Names and addresses 
of members are entered in the Directory of Architects of the American Art 
Annual.) 

RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN. 
II Waterman St, Providence, R. I. 

William Carey Poland, Stephen O. Metcalf, 

President Treasurer. 

Isaac C. Bates, Howard M. Rice, 

Vice-President Secretary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 374) 

The galleries are open to the public free of charge every afternoon with 
the exception of Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and Fourth of July, 
from I to 5 on week days and 2 to 5 on Sundays. They are also 
open to students during school hours and frequently in the evening. The 
visitors numbered 21,503 in 1901, 27,116 in 1902 and 30.943 in 1903. not in- 
cluding students nor members of the O)rporation. 

A ftmd of $100,000 has recently been raised for the School. 

The report of 1902-1903 records the purchase (with the interest of the 
Jesse Metcalf Fund) of *'On a Lee Shore," by Winslow Homer. In the 
following vear. from same fund, "Hvacinlhs and Tulips," by (ieorge Hitch- 
cock; "Still Life," by William M. Chase, and "Head Waters of the West- 
port River," by R. Swain Gifford. Among important gifts received were 400 
examples of Japanese textiles, 350 Japanese sword guards, and a Roman 
copy of a Greek statue, from Mrs. (jiistav Radeke; oil painting by Frank C. 
Mathewson, "Ogonquit Pasture." from Mrs. James Sullivan, and sixty-five 
book plates, from (ieorge P. Winship. 

Exhibitions. 
1901. 
OcL 22 to Nov. 12. — Autumn Exhibition of the work of American painters. 
Oct 15 to Nov. 13. — Summer work of students of the Rhode Island School 
of Design. 



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Nov. i6 to 30.— Memorial Exhibition of work in sculpture by Jane Nye Ham- 
mond. 
Nov. 16 to March 3. — Etchings and engravings loaned by Isaac C. Bates. 

1902. 
Jan. 6 to Feb. 8. — Italian and Spanish brocades. 

Jan. 13 to 31. — Portraits and landscapes by Wilbur Dean Hamilton. 
Jan. 22 to 29. — Art Students' League, New York, traveling exhibition. 

Feb. 19 to March 4.— Work of the Alumni of the School. 

Feb. 19 to March 20. — Coptic, Egyptian and Persian textiles. 

Feb. 21 to April 6. — Japanese wood carvings loaned by Isaac C. Bates. 

March 5 to April 5. — Forty original drawings by Rembrandt, 113 etchings 
and engravings by Diirer, Rembrandt and Whistler, loaned by Marsden 
J. Perry. 

June I to July 15. — Paintings for pottery by William Woodward. 

June 10 to Oct. 29. — Loan collection of oil paintings by French and English 
masters. 

Oct. I to Jan. 20, 1903. — Japanese fabrics loaned by Isaac C Bates. 

Oct. 29 to Nov. 19. — Autumn Exhibition of work of American painters. 

Nov. 22 to Jan. 2, 1903. — Textiles. 

1903. 
Jan. 10 to 17. — Dry points by Paul Helleu. loaned by Frederick Keppel. 

Jan. 20 to Feb. 18. — Japanese textiles. 

Feb. 2 to March 9. — Landscapes by Edward H. Barnard. 
Feb. 16 to March 7. — Book plates. 

March 16 to 28. — .Architectural drawings and photographs, the work of the 
Rhode Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. 

April 2 to 29. — Exhibition commemorative of the twenty-fifth anniversary of 

the School. 
May 2 to 25. — Exhibition of aboriginal arts and crafts loaned by Mrs. Emma 

Shaw Colcleugh. 
May 4 to 25. — Work of Rhode Island artists in competition for a prize of 

S500 ortcred by Mrs. James E. Sullivan. The prize was awarded to 

Frank C. Mathewson for "Ogonquit Pasture." 
May 6 to 31. — Oriental rugs and embroideries. 
June 3 to 13. — Annual Exhibition of work of students. 
May 28 to Sept. i. — Oil paintings by John Noble Barlbw. 

(For information regfarding the School see tabulated list of schools.) 

RICHMOND ART ASSOCIATION. 
Richmond. Ind. 

Mrs. M. F. Johnston, Alice E. Uxthank, 

President. Treasurer. 

Matthew H. Dill. Chari.es S. Neal, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. III. p. 184.) 

The annual meeting is held on the Wednesday night of the second week 
of the annual exhibition. The City Council voted an appropriation of $100 for 
the Society. 

The fifth annual exhibition was held from June 11 to 25. 1901. and the 
sixth from June 10 to 2^, 1902. The seventh was held in the Garfield School 
Building June 16 to 30, 1903. (See illustrations.) 

The exhibit of oil paintings, water colors, etc.. consisted of 181 numbers, 
of which fifty-nine were contributed by the "Richmond Group," Bandy, 
Conner, Girardin. Gregg. Holly. Morris. Mote and Nordyke. It also in- 
cluded an Arts and Crafts exhibit of potterj-. rugs, baskets, cabinet work. 




RICHMOND (\SD.) AKT ASSOCIATION, 
SEVENTH ANKL'AL KXHIBITION, JLNE 16 TO 30. t^oj. 



RICHMOND, IND., AND RICHMOND, VA. 243 

nietal work, photographs and bookbindings. The division of bookbindings, 
illuminated texts, book plates, original drawings and etchings was arranged 
by Esther Griffin White. 

The Daniel Reid Purchase Fund of $500 is given for the purchase of a 
picture exhibited at the annual exhibition, which is kept as a part of the 
permanent collection of the Art Association. The Association now owns the 
following pictures: "A Summer Afternoon." by J. Ottis Adams, presented bv 
Jadies of the Tuesday Aftermath; "Blue Spring," by J. E. Bundy; ''Building 
the Dam," by Charles C. Curran ; "In Wonderland," by Pauline Dohn 
Rudolph; "Roses," by Mrs. H. S. St. John; "Whitewater Valley," by T. C. 
Steele; "Sunlight and Shadow," by John Vanderpoel ; "In Verdure Clad." 
by R. B. Gruelle; "The Hillside," by Frank J. Girardin, and "The Duett," by 
Henry Mosler, purchased with Reid Fund, 1903. 

RICHMOND SKETCH CLUB. 

Richmond. Ind. 
Mrs. Emily A. Stubbs, Caroline Lesh, 

President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. Henry Sherman, Esther Griffin White, 

Elizabeth Foulke, Secretary, 

Vice-Presidents. no South 9th St. 

Exhibitions for 1903-1904, to be held in the Morrison-Reeves Library : 
September. — Drawings by Anna Newman. 
October. — ^Japanese paintings and prints. 
November. — Original drawings for book illustrations. 
December. — Dry-points, monotypes, chalk drawings and metal work. 
January. — Reception. 
February. — Book plates and prints. 
March. — Paintings by Charles F. Conner. 
April. — Art glass and paintings on ivory. 
May. — Artistic bookbindings and rare books. 

THE ART CLUB OF RICHMOND. 

Richmond. Va. 

James H. Dooley, Mrs. B. Lorraine, 

President. Treasurer. 

B. F. Johnson, Mrs. Albert F. Huntt, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

105 N. Beech St. 
The Club has been in existence for eight years, and now has 125 mem- 
bers. In the beginning several Richmond artists instructed the members free 
of charge, and a quick night sketch class and charcoal work class was main- 
tained. Each spring an exhibition was held, showing the work accomplished. 
In 1902 a school was established in connection with the Club. 

In the spring of 1902 a Professional Artists* Exhibition was held, and 
several pictures were sold. The eighth annual exhibition, which was held 
May 16 to June i, 1903, consisted of the second professional exhibit and the 
work of the school. Several pictures were sold. 

VALENTINE MUSEUM. 
Eleventh and Clay Sts., Richmond. Va. 

Edward V. Valentine. Granville G. Valentine, 

President. Vice-President. 

Edward P. Valentine, Treasurer. 

The Museum was established under the will of Mann S. Valentine for 
the purpose of preserving and accumulating objects of archaeology, anthro- 



244 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

pology and other kindred arts, and for publishing literary, historical and 
scientific papers. He bequeathed his residence, books, pictures, curios and 
some other personal effects for the purpose, together with $50,000. The 
Museum was incorporated January 24, 1894. The large collection of casts 
from original marbles and bronzes presented by Granville G. Valentine is 
open to students who may desire to draw from them. Other departments of 

the Museum are the library, engravings, tapestries, archaeology. 

* 

ROCHESTER ART CLUB. 
Ill Cutler Building, Rochester, N. Y. 

George L. Herdle, G. Haumer Croughton, 

President Treasurer. 

Henry C. Maine, A. W. Mo(MUS, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

158 Plymouth Ave. 

The nineteenth annual exhibition was held in the new building of the 
Rochester Athenjeum in April, 1901. 

At the twentieth annual exhibition in 1902 a feature was the display of 
pamtings by the members of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Canada. The 
next exhibition will be held in November, 1903. 

ROCHESTER ATHEN^UM AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Lewis P. Ross, John F. Brayer, 

President. Treasurer. 

Alexander M. Lindsay, William F. Peck, 

Mrs. Emil Kuichling, Corresponding Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 
In 1901 the Institute erected a new building to be used as a technical 
school, the funds (over $200,000) having been supplied by George Eastman. 
The Rochester Art Club held its nineteenth annual exhibition here in April, 
1901. 

An exhibit of Arts and Crafts was held at the Institute from April 15 
to 25, 1903. The exhibition had been previously held in Syracuse. 
(For details of instruction see tabulated reports of schools.) 

AMERICAN ACADEMY IN ROME. 
Villa deir Aurora, Rome, Italy. 

vFor foundation and history see Vol. II, p. 38.) 

Originally incorporated under the laws of the State of New York, it is 
now being reincorporated hy Act of Congress in a bill introduced during 1902 
by Senator McMillan. The Academy was founded and maintained by mem- 
bers of the American Institute of Architects and their friends in order that 
serious students of art, and particularly of architecture, might find example 
and precedent to fit tlicm for the solution ot monumental problems. 

The Trustees of the American Academy in Rome have taken steps toward 
securinj? an endowment fund of $1,000,000, sufficient to place our Academy on 
a par with that of the French Academy in Rome and those of the other coun- 
tries. In 1901 the Secretary of State of the United States authorized the Am- 
bassador at Rome to accept the position of Trustee, ex-officio, of the Academy, 
and directed him to secure for it "all the privileges and exemptions that are 
accorded by the Italian Government to like institution in other countries." 
The Academy is therefore legally established and competent to receive and 
hold any moneys that may be donated. 



ST. LOUIS. 245 

ST. LOUIS CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

John Laurence Mauran, Ernest C. Klipstein, 

President. Treasurer. 

F. C. KoNSACK, Ernest J. Russell, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

1505 Chemical Bldg. 

A committee of the Chapter was appointed to assist the Municipal Com- 
mission in drawing up requirements for new city buildings. There are 
fifty-two practicing members. 

ST. LOUIS SCHOOL AND MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS. 

Nineteenth and Locust streets, St. Louis, Mo. 

Halsey C. Ives, Director. 

(For foundation see Vol I, p. 378.) 

The Museum is open from 9 130 to 6 o'clock ; Sundays and Mondays i to 
6 o'clock. Free days : Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon. 

Calendar of Exhibitions, 1900-1903. 
1900. 
Nov. 30. — Work of Eric Pape. 

1901. 
Jan. ID- — Fifth Annual Exhibition, Society of Western Artists. 
Feb. 6. — English portraits ; drawings for illustration, and bookbindings. 
Feb. 19. — Paintings by L. H. Meakin, J. H. Sharp and C. S. Kaelin. 
March 8. — Works of William De Leftwich Dodge. 
Nov. 7. — Paintings of country children by A. E. Albright. 
June 10 to 12. — Twenty-seventh Annual Exhibition of the work of students 

of the School. 
Dec. 17. — Paintings by Charles Walter Stetson. 

1902. 
Jan. 7. — Paintings by Alfred Humphreys. 

Jan. 21 to Feb. 10. — Oil paintings of cats and dogs by J. H. Dolph, N. A. 
Feb. 19 to March 2. — ^Japanese paintings and color prints; drawings by 

Blanche Ostertag; paintings by Albert Fleury. 
March 11 to 30. — Paintings by artists of Chicago and vicinity. 
April 4. — Work of St. Louis Artists' Guild; third Annual Exhibition of St. 

Louis Architectural Club. 
April 17 to May i. — Sixth Annual Exhibition of Society of Western Artists. 
June 9. — Twenty-eighth Annual Exhibition of the work of students of the 

School. 
Nov. 21 to Dec. 7. — Seventh Annual Exhibition of Society of Western 

Artists. 
Dec. 16. — Marine paintings by Hendrik W. Mesdag. 

1903. 
Jan. 8 to Feb. i. — Recent work by American artists. 

Jan. 27 to March i. — A retrospective exhibition of the work of Edwin Lord 
Weeks. 

Feb. 6. — Designs for a prize of $2,000 offered by the Louisiana Purchase Ex- 
position; works of Edmund H. Wuerpel. 

April 17 to May 3. — St. Louis Artists' Guild — a retrospective and contem- 
porary exhibition. 

June 9. — Twenty-ninth Annual Exhibition of the work of students of the 
School. 
Numerous lectures are given. (For details of School see tabulated list 

of schools.) 



246 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS. 

April 30 to December i, 1904. 

Commemorating the Louisiana Purchase. 

Division of Works. — Director. Isaac S. Taylor; Commission of Archi- 
tects : Frederick W idman, Robert N. Walsh, C. D. Boisselier, Howard 
Walker, Thomas R. Kimball, Henry Van Brunt. Frank M. Howe, William 
S. Fames, Thomas C. Young, John M. Carrere, Thomas Hastings, George D. 
Barnett, John F. Haynes, Thomas P. Barnett, Theodore C. Link, Cass Gilbert. 

Chief of Design, E. L Masqueray; Chief Draughtsman, W. H. H. 
Weatherwax ; Chief Building Engineer, Philip J. Markmann ; Chief Electrical 
and Mechanical Engineer, Henry Rustin ; Chief Landscape Architect, GeoFge 
E. Kessler; Chief Civil Engineer, R. H. Phillips. 

Advisory Committee of Sculptors, J. Q. A. Ward, Augustus Saint 
Gaudens, Daniel C. French; Chief of Sculpture, Karl T. F. Bitter. 

DEPARTMENT OF ART. 

Halsey C. Ives, Chief. 
Charles M. Kurtz, Assistant Chief. 

The Art Palace (see illustration) comprises four massive structures, the 
aggregate length of which is 830 feet, and the depth 450 feet. It is to cost 
over $1,000,000. The central building, of brick and stone, will remain after 
the Exposition as a memorial of it. The buildings at each end, and the 
Sculpture pavilion on the south, will be of brick ornamented with staflF. The 
interior of the quadrangle will be laid out as a garden with fountains, flowers, 
ornamental shrubs and statuary. The architect of the three larger structures 
is Cass Gilbert, of New York. The architect of the Sculpture pavilion is E. L. 
Masqueray, Chief of Design of the Exposition. The pavilion is 150 feet long 
by lO'D feet wide, its plan being rectangular, with an exedra or semi-circular 
bay at the east and west ends. All the exhibits will be on one floor. There 
will be 136 galleries and a great International Sculpture Court with special 
galleries and alcoves. 

The Exposition authorities adopted a classification in which is involved 
a recognition of the fact that there should be no distinction between what 
commonly has been considered as "fine art" and that which has been termed 
''industrial art." 

The Department of Art will consist of: 

I. An American (United States) section. 

^. A section for each foreign country which is represented by a Govern- 
ment Commission or by a National Committee. 

3. A section comprising exhibits from private collections, and the works 
of artists of non-represented foreign countries, whose works may be ad- 
mitted under the provisions of Section VHI. 

There will be two general divisions, contemporaneous and retrospective. 
Works in the Contemporaneous Division will be such as have been produced 
since 1892 — the close of the period covered by the contemporaneous exhibit 
of the Chicago Exposition of 1893. AH works in the Contemporaneous 
Division are eligible to compete for awards. The Retrospective Division will 
include works produced between 1803 and 1892 — or the production of artists 
who lived within this period whose works influenced the development of the 
art of the past century. In the United States section the division devoted to 
especially interesting works borrowed from institutions and private owners 
will cover periods other than the above. 

The distinction between art objects eligible for exhibition in the Depart- 
ment of Art, and those which may be shown in the Departments of Manu- 




MAIN ENTRANCE PAVILION. ART PALACE. 
WORLD'S FAIR. ST. LOUIS, 1904. 
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factures and Liberal Arts, lies in the fact that in the former art must be 
the predominating feature and the object must be the original work of the 
artist and not a reproduction by another hand or the result of any mechanical 
process. 

Special galleries will be provided for the installation of models of build- 
ings, sculptural decorations, mural paintings, wood carvings, pyrographic 
designs, mosaics, leaded and mosaic glass, etc., and as an illustration of the 
breadth of interpretation of the classification any structures erected upon 
the Exposition grounds, and also their sculptural, pictorial, decorative or other 
artistic details, severally may be entered in competition for such awards as 
may be conferred by the Exposition authorities, provided of course such 
structures or decorative details be accepted as exhibits by the proper jury 
of selection. It is to be understood also, in all cases, that the honors ac- 
corded at this Exposition are to be given the men who actually do the work, 
and not to the firms employing such men. The firm in such case may receive 
credit as the exhibitor and may receive an award for its assemblage of 
exhibits, though this award would come from another department than that 
of art. 

American (United States) artists must deposit or cause to be deposited 
with the Chief of the Department of Art before December i, 1903, a list 
signed by them of such works as they desire to exhibit. A separate list 
should be made for each group and class, strictly following the schedule. 

Works of American (United States) artists intended for the Contem- 
poraneous Division, which have been produced since 1892, and which have 
passed the examination of juries of exhibitions of acknowledged standing, 
will be admitted "on list" should the authorities of this department so deter- 
mine. An examination of lists will be made at an early date after December i, 
1903. Artists whose works may be admitted -under these conditions will be 
informed at once by the Chief of the Department of Art. Works accepted 
must be delivered at the receiving gate of the building of the Department 
of Art on or before March i, 1904. 

In order that the interests of American artists as well as the interests 
of the Department of Art properly may be cared for, there have been estab- 
lished advisory committees in those parts of this country and Europe which 
are the principal centres of American artistic activity. 

Members of advisory committees will form the nuclei of the juries of 
selection for such groups in the classification as may be especially important 
in those sections of this country and Europe wherein such committees re- 
spectively are located. The juries of selection will include representatives 
of each of the several advisory committees in the country. 

Where necessary to give jury representation for any phase of artistic 
effort coming within the classification, but of which there is no exponent in 
the personnel of the Advisory Committee, an artist, not a member of the 
Advisory Committee, who represents the phase of work in question, may be 
added to the jury, but such person must be selected by or with the approval 
of the authorities of the Department of Art. 

The Chief and Assistant Chief of the Department of Art shall be ex- 
officio members of all juries of selection in the American Art section. 

Each jury will be instructed in making its selections, to classify the 
same as first, second and third in degree of excellence. 

In St. Louis there will no jury revision as to the quality of works of 
art accepted lor exhibition by the regular juries of selection. In this par- 
ticular the decisions of the juries of selection will be final. But in case the 
juries should accept more works than can be installed with advantage in 
the section set apart for American exhibits, then of necessity a selection of 
works to be installed will be made in accordance with the order of merit 
designated by the juries. All works passed as '*No. i" will be provided for 
first, and works designated "2" and **3" respectively will be taken care of 
in so far as the space available may permit. 



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AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



THE ADVISORY COMMITTEES. 

Group g. — Paintings and Drawings. 

Class 27. — Paintings on canvas, wood, metal, enamel, porcelain, faience and 
on various preparations ; by all direct methods in oil, wax, tempera and 
other media ; mural paintings ; fresco painting on walls. 

Class 28. — Drawings and cartoons in water color, pastel, chalk, charcoal, 
pencil and other media, on any material. Pyrographic designs. Minia- 
tures on ivory. 

Group 10. — Engravings and Lithographs. 

Class 29. — Etchings and engravings in one or more colors. Auto lithographs 
with pencil, crayon or brush. 



FOR paintings. 



Nezv York. 



Cecilia Beaux. 

J. Carroll Beck with. 

J. G. Brown. 

Howard Russell Butler. 

William M. Chase. 

William A. Coffin. 

Frederick Dielman. 

R. Swain Gifford. 

H. Bolton Jones. 

John La Farge. 

Alexander T. Van Laer. 

Boston. 

Thomas Allen. 
Frank W. Benson. 
John J. Enneking. 
Hermann Dudley Murphy. 
Mrs. Sarah C. Sears. 
Edmund C. Tarbell. 
Frederick P. Vinton. 

Philadelphia. 

Hugh H. Hreckenridge. 

Thomas Eakins. 

John Lambert. 

E. W. Redfield. 

W. Elmer Schofield. 

Washington. 
Carl Gutherz. 

Western {Meeting at St. Louis). 

Ralph Clarkson, Chicago. 
Frank Duveneck, Cincinnati. 
Percy Ives, Detroit. 
T. C. Steele. Indianapolis. 
John H. Vanderpoel, Chicago. 
Ellsworth Woodward, New Orleans 
Edmund H. Wuerper, St. Louis. 



FOR paintings AND WATER COLORS, 
DRAWINGS, PASTELS, ETC. 

Paris. 

Henry S. Bisbing. 

Frederic A. Bridgman. 

William T. Dannat. 

Walter Gay. 

Henry S. Hubbell. 

J. Humphreys Johnston. 

Walter McEwen. 

Gari Melchers. 

Charles Sprague Pearce. 

Julius L. Stewart. 

S. Seymour' Thomas. 

Eugene Vail. 

Henry Van Der Weyden. 

Lionel Walden. 

Ogden Wood. 

Munich. 
Carl Marr. 

London. 

Edwin A. Abbey. 
John McLure Hamilton. 
Joseph Pennell. 
John S. Sargent. 

Florence. 
Julius Rolshoven. 

Rome. 
Elihu Vedder. 

FOR ETCHINGS AND ENGRAVINGS 
(other than WOOD 

engravings). 

Carlton T. Chapman. 
C F. Mielatz. 
J. C. Nicoll. 
Alexander Schilling. 
James D. Smillie. 



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249 



FOR WATER COLORS, PASTELS AND 
UTHOGRAPHS. 

New York. 

F. S. Church. 
Charles C. Curran. 
Francis C. Jones. 
Will H. Low. 

J. C. Nicoll. 
Will S. Robinson. 
Henry B. Shell. 

Boston. 

E. H. Garrett. 
Joseph Lindon Smith. 
Charles H. Woodbury. 

Philadelphia. 

Colin Campbell Cooper. 
Charles E. Dana. 

G. W. Dawsou. 

Western {Meeting at St. Louis). 
H. F. Farny, Cincinnaii. 



FOR WATER COLORS, PASTKLS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Continued). 

Western (Meeting at St. Louis). 

F. L. Stoddard, St. Louis. 
Blanche Ostertag, Chicago. 

FOR MINIATURE PAINTINGS. 

William J. Baer. 
Lucia Fairchild Fuller. 
Laura C Hills. 

FOR WOOD ENGRAVINGS. 

George T. Andrew. 
Frank French. 
Henry Wolf. 

FOR DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION. 

Henry S. Fleming. 
Charles Dana Gibson. 
Arthur T. Keller. 
Louis Loeb. 
Howard Pyle. 



Group ii. — Sculpture. 

Class 30. — Sculpture and bas-reliefs of figures and groups in marble, bronze 

or other metal, terra cotta, plaster, wood, ivory or other material. 
Class 31. — Models in plaster and terra cotta. 
Class 32. — Medals, engravings on gems, cameos and intaglios. 
Class 33. — Carvings in stone, wood, ivory or other materials. 



New York. 

Daniel C. French. 

H. A. MacNeil. 

A. Phimister Proctor. 

Augustus Saint Gaudens. 

J. Q. A. Ward. 

Boston. 

Cyrus E. Dallin. 
Bela L. Pratt. 

Philadelphia. 

A. Stirling Calder. 
Charles Grafly. 
Samuel Murray. 



Paris. 

George Grey Barnard. 
Paul Bartlett. 
Richard E. Brooks. 
Frederick W. MacMonnies. 

Western. 

C. J. Bamhorn, Cincinnati. 
R. P. Bringhurst, St. Louis. 
Lorado Taft, Chicago. 

Rome. 

M. Ezekiel. 
Franklin Simmons. 
Waldo Story. 



Group 12. — Architecture. 

Class 34. — Drawings, models and photographs of completed buildings. 
Class 35. — Designs and projects of buildings. (Designs other than of archi- 
tectural or constructive engineering.) 
Class 36. — Drawings, models and photographs of artistic architectural details. 
Class 37. — Mosaics, leaded and mosaic glass. 



-*50 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



New York. 

Grosvenor Atterbiiry. 
Arnold W. Brunner. 
Walter Cook. 
H. J. Harclenberg. 
John Galen Howard. 
C. Grant LaFarge. 
Charles F. McKim. 
Henry Rutgers Marshall. 
George B. Post. 

Baltimore. 
J. B. Noel Wyatt. 

Boston. 

Robert Day Andrews. 
Charles A. Coolidge. 
Guy Lowell. 
Robert Swain Peabody. 
H. Langford Warren. 
Edmund M. Wheelwright. 



Philadelphia. 

Frank Miles Day. 
Wilson Eyre. 
Edgar V. Seeler. 

Washington. 
Joseph C. Hornblower. 

Western. 

John M. Donaldson, Detroit. 
E. O. Elzner, Cincinnati. 

E. G. Garden. St. Louis. 
Elmer Grey, Milwaukee. 
A. B. Harlow, Pittsburg. 
M. P. McArdle, St. Louis. 

F. M. Mann, St. Louis. 
W. B. Mundie, Chicago. 
L K. Pond. Chicago. 

Howard Vandoren Shaw, Chicago. 
C. F. Schvveinfurth, Cleveland. 



Group 13. — Lo.\n Collection. 

Selections of especially interesting art works of various kinds from in 
stitutions and private collections. (Representing the various classes defined 
in the Department of Art.) 

Group 14. — Original Objects of Art Workmanship. 

Class 38. — Art work in glass (other than that which is included in Group 12. 

Class ^7). 
Class 39. — Art work in earthenware. (Pottery or porcelain.) 
Class 40. — Art work in metal (other than that included in Group 11, 

Class 30). 
Class 41. — Art work in leather. 
Class 42. — Art work in wood (other than that included in Group 11, Classes 

30 and 3>^). 
Class 43. — Art work in textiles. 
Class 44. — Artistic bookbinding. 
Class 45. — Art work worthy of representation which is not covered by any of 

the preceding classes of this group or other groups of the Department 

of Art. 



Sci\} York. 

William Coupe r. 
John La Fargc. 
Frederick S. Lamb. 
Louis C. Tiffany. 
Stanford White. 
Douglas Volk. 

Western. 
Charles Percy Davis. St. Louis. 



Philadelphia. 

Herbert E. Everett. 
Gustav Ketterer. 
Emily Sartain. 

Boston. 

J. Templeman Coolidge. 
Mrs. Sarah C. Sears. 
C. Howard Walker. 



It is probable that the Juries of Selection in the United States will meet 
(luring the latter part of January or the early part of February, 1904. Amer- 
ican conimittecs abroad will meet at a somewhat earlier date. 



WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS. 251 

DEPARTMENT OF SCULPTURE. 
Karl T. F. Bitter, Chief. 

The appropriation for this department is half a million dollars, of which 
al)out $100,000 is for permanent work. The general scheme is designed to 
symbolize the history, local color and allegory of the Louisiana Territory by 
representing the'four successive occupants of the soil : First, the wild animals ; 
second, the Indians ; third, the discoverers and pioneers, and fourth, the ad- 
vanced races— French, Spanish and American — which have built up its present 
state of civilization. The sculpture will symbolize activities rather than 
actors ; hence portraiture will be only moderately employed. The figures 
throughout will be of heroic cast, in harmony with the size of the grounds, 
courts, buildings and open spaces. As there will be some 250 groups of 
sculpture and over 1,000 single figures, Mr. Bitter has given commissions to 
nearly every sculptor of ability in the country. 



ART WORKERS' GUILD. 
St. Paul, Minn. 



A session and convention of the American League for Civic Improve- 
ment was held in the rooms of the Guild on September 26, 1902. 

The Guild is one of the societies that assist in preparing the list from 
which the State Legislature selects the officers of the Minneapolis Art Society. 

MINNESOTA STATE ART SOCIETY. 

The Capitol, St. Paul, Minn. 

Governing .Board. 

Robert Koehler (Artist), Mrs. William C. Thompson 

President. (Connoisseur), Treasurer and 

Margaret Evans (Educator), Secretary, 879 Pascal Ave., 

Vice-President. Hamline, Minn. 

Governor of the State (Ex- President of State University, 

Officio). (Ex-Officio). 

Harry W. Jones (Architect). William Youngbauer (Wood 

David Erickson (Artist). Carver, Manufacturer of Fur- 

niture, Connoisseur). 

The officers were elected July 14, 1903. 

The State Legislature of Minnesota at its last session passed a law 
creating a State Art Society, and granting an annual appropriation of $2,000 
to carry on its work. The work of the Society consists of arranging exhi- 
bitions and lectures on art and kindred topics in different parts of the State, 
and encouraging the arts and crafts and the fine arts. 

The Society is to be managed by a governing board of nine members, 
seven to be appointed by the Chief Executive of the State with the consent 
of the Senate, from lists prepared by the Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts, 
the Art Workers' Guild of St. Paul and the Art Committee of the Federation 
of Women's Clubs. Of the appointees four shall be artists or connoisseurs 
of art, one an architect, one a prominent educator, and one directly inter- 
ested in manufacture. The Governor and the President of the State Uni- 
versity are to be ex-officio members. 

At the exhibitions prizes are to be awarded and works bought for a per- 
manent collection. The Governing Board also has power to decide the 
acceptability of works of art to be acquired by the State. 

The Society is modelled after the Utah Art Institute, Minnesota thus 
becoming the second State to incorporate a State art society. 



252 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

BOHEMIAN CLUB. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

A social club which numbers many artists and writers among its mem- 
bers. An exhibition of paintings is held annually in December. 

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THE MARK HOPKINS INSTITUTE OF ART. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

San Francisco Art Association. 

Willis E. Davis, Horace L. Hill, 

President. Treasurer. 

Louts Sloss, Henry Heyman, 

L. P. Latimer, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Robert H. Fletcher, Director of the Institute. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 390.) 

Permanent exhibitions of works of art, open daily. 
There are 136 life and about 500 contributing lay members, with 155 
artists. 

Exhibitions since 1900. 

1900. 
Nov. 15 to Dec. 14. — Oils, water colors, pastels, black and white and statuary. 
Also competitive designs for a monument to the California Volunteers 
who died in the Spanish-American War, and for a monument com- 
memorating the victory at Manila. 

1901. 
Jan. 18 to Jan. 31. — Photographic Salon of the San Francisco Art Associa- 
tion and San Francisco Camera Club. 

March 31 to April 4. — Oils, water colors, pastels, black and white and statuary. 

Nov. 6 to 21. — Water colors. 

1902. 
Jan. 10 to 23. — Photographic Salon of the San Francisco Art Association 
and San Francisco Camera Club. 

March 13 to May 10. — Oils, water colors, pastels, miniatures and sculpture. 

Oct. 26 to Nov. 22. — Loan Exhibition. 
Oct. 28 to Nov. 3. — ^Japanese color prints. 

Nov. 13 to Nov. 28. — Water colors, pastels, black and white and miniatures. 
1903. 
March 20 to April 19. — Oils, water colors, pastels, black and white, miniatures 
and sculpture. 

Regular exhibitions are held semi-annually (in the fall and spring), entry 
being limited to California artists. That of spring, 1903, was the forty-seventh 
exhibit. 

The Institute has acquired by gift and purchase some paintings, a num- 
ber of photographs, prints and drawings; also four copies in marble of 
antique sculpture presented by Mrs. Antoinette Naglee Burk, and two paint- 
ings on silk by Mr. Sekko Shimada, of Japan. 

(For details of the California School of Design, which is part of the 
Mark Hopkins Institute and an affiliated college of the University of Cali- 
fornia, see tabulated list of schools.) 



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SAN FRANCISCO, SEATTLE, ETC. 253 

SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 
Phelan Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Seth Babson, Lionel Deane, 

President. Treasurer and Secretary, 

Henry A. Schulze, 933 Market St 

Vice-President. 

Regular meetings are held the second Friday in January, April, July and 
October. There are sixty-one practicing members. In 1900 a committee co- 
operated with the Board of Public Works to make new regulations for the 
use of public streets during the construction of buildings. The Chapter 
acted as jurors to select a plan for a library building for the San Jose City 
Council. 

SEATTLE ART LEAGUE AND SCHOOL OF DESIGN. 

Seattle, Wash. 

Jacob Furth, Major James R. Hayden, 

President. Treasurer. 

George W. Dickinson, Leland S. Armstrong, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

Will Carson, Director. 

(For history and foundation see Vol. Ill, p. 189.) 

WASHINGTON STATE CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Seattle, Wash. 

Charles H. Hebb, T. Josenhaus, 

President. Treasurer. 

George W. Bullard, Emil De Neuf, 
W. D. Kimball, Secretary. 

Vice-Presidents. 

During 1902 the Chapter consulted with the Library Commissioners re- 
garding a library competition, and co-operated with the State Lumber Asso- 
ciation in preparing a Timber Test Station Bill. A public lecture and exhi- 
bition was given to arouse interest in the need for a park and boulevard 
system for the city. The Chapter has thirty-two practicing members. 

POLAND SPRING ART GALLERY. 

Maine State Building. South Poland, Me. 

Frank C. Griffith, Director; winter address, 175 Devonshire St., Boston. 

Annual exhibitions of paintings by American artists are held from June 
to October. The gallery is open week days from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ; Sundays 
from 10 a. m. to 8 130 p. m. 

BARRON ART GALLERY. 
Skaneateles, N. Y. 

The Gallery was built and fitted by John D. Barron as an annex to the 
Library Association of Skaneateles. Mr. Barron has hung in it over 200 pic- 
tures in oil ; his own work. The Gallery was opened in October, 1901. 

CITY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 
Springfield, Mass. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. II, p. 41.) 
Art Building and Art Library open free daily, except Sunday, 2 to 6 
p. m. in summer ; i to 5 p. m. in winter. 



254 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

NEW ENGLAND EXHIBITION. 
Springfield, Mass. 

James D. Gill, Director. 

Annual exhibitions of the work of American painters. There were 120 
paintings in the collection shown during February, 1903, out of which 40 were 
sold for $14,925. 

The twenty-seventh annual exhibition will be held in February, 1904. 

SPRINGFIELD ART AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION. 
46 Court St., Springfield, Mass. 

The Exhibition, which was opened March 17, 1902, was held through the 
co-operation of the Board of Trade, the Teachers' Club and the Architectural 
Club. C3ne room was set apart for the work of the Deerfield Arts and Crafts 
Society and one for the work of public school pupils ; another for tht Swedish 
exhibit and one for photographs. 

CENTRAL NEW YORK SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

George W. King, R. Frank Dallas, 
Richfield Springs, N. Y., Syracuse, N. Y., 

President. Treasurer. 

Hiram S. Gutsell, W. Castle Keith, 

Ithaca, N. Y., Syracuse, N. Y., 

A. W. Moore^ Secretary. 

Rochester, N. Y., 

Vice-Presidents. 

The Society was organized in May, 1901, for the purpose of holding exhi- 
bitions of works of art produced by artists of Central New York. 

The first exhibition was held throughout the month of November, 1902, in 
the Gallery of the Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts. A second exhibition will 
be held in the same museum in the winter of 1904. 

THE SYRACUSE MUSEUM OF FIXE ARTS. 
Onondaga County Savings Bank Building, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Charles Andrews, James Barnes, 

President. Treasurer. 

Salem Hyde, ^ George F. Comfort, 

Vice-President. Secretary and Director of the Museum. 

The Museum is open from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. and from 7 :jo to 10 p. m. 
on week days ; from 1 130 till dusk on Sunday. Admission is free on Friday, 
Saturday and Sunday and on legal holidays: on other days there is a charge 
of 25 cents, except to members. 

The Museum received a pro>*isional charter December 17, 1896, which was 
replaced by an absolute charter on July 1, 190a An inaugural exhibition of 
loaned works of art was opened November 13. 190a In 1901 the Central New 
York Society of Anists was formed at the siiggif ration of the Director of the 
Museum, which society held its first exhibitK>n in the Museum during No- 
vember. 1002 : the next will be held during the winter of 1004. 

The attendance in 1901 numbered 4aoi6 visitors; in 1902. 43.731 : the first 
six months of 1903. 3^*^^^ 

In July. 1904, the Museum will be tnnnstem^J to the upper >tor>- of the 
new building of the Syracuse PuWic Lihriir\\ which i* bein^ erected at a cost 
of Sjoaooa the gift of Mr Andrew Cantejiie to the city of ^vracstse. 



TOLEDO AND TRENTON. 255 

THE TILE CLUB. 
Drumniond Block, Toledo, Ohio. 

Edmund H. Osthaus, Thomas S. Parkhurst, 

President. Treasurer. 

George H. Allen, E. W. Chamberlin, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 715 Madison St. 

The Club held its fourth exhibition on January 19 to February 14. 1903. 
in connection with the loan exhibition of the Toledo Museum of Art. An- 
other exhibition is planned for the spring of 1904. 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART. 
1216 Madison Ave., Toledo, Ohio. 

Edward D. Libbey, Isaac E. Knisely, 
President. Treasurer. 

Robinson Locke, George W. Stevens, 

Vice-President. Secretary and Director. 

The Museum is open every week day from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. ; on Sun- 
days from 2 to 5 p. m. -Admission is free to members and their families 
at all times; on Tuesdays and Fridays to school children accompanied by 
their teachers, and on Sundays to all. On other days admission is 25 cents 
for adults and 10 cents for children. 

The Museum was incorporated April 18, 1901. It now has sixty sus- 
taining members who pay $50 a year, and 360 annual members paying $ia 
a year. It at first occupied quarters in the Gardner Building, but later Mr. 
E. D. Libbey purchased the property 12 16 Madison avenue, remodeled it 
and rented it to the Association as a permanent home for the Museum. 

The receipts for the year from May, 1902, to 1903, were $4,246.95 ; the 
expenditures, $3,353.56, and there was a balance on hand in May, 1902, of 
$2,211.50, which was increased to $3,104.89 at the time of the last report. 

ExHiRiTioNs Held 1903. 

Jan. 19 to Feb. 14. — Opening Exhibition in the new gallery; local loan col- 
lection of 263 pictures. 

March 7. — Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Society of Western Artists. 

April 20 to May 9. — Exhibition of Japanese paintings, prints and foreign 
posters. Work of the High School and Manual Training School. 

Proposed Exhibitions 1903-1904. 

Oct. 5 to 31. — Annual Exhibition, oils. 

Nov. 16 to Dec. 12. — Japanese paintings and prints. 

March 28 to April 23. — Arts and Crafts. 

May 2 to 28. — Semi-annual Exhibition, water colors. 

May 18 to June 2. — Society of Western Artists. 

SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS. 
Trenton, N. J. 

Henry McBride, Director. 

The annual exhibitions occur the last three days in May, and minor 
exhibits are held every month. 

The city of Trenton received, as a bequest of Mrs. Alice Maddock, her 
collection of china, one of the most comprehensive collections of blue and 
white china of the period contemporary with the Revolutionary War. It 
was transferred to the custody of the School in February, 1903. where it 
will form the nucleus of a keramic museum. The collection will be exhi- 
bited to the public in the autumn of 1903. 



2^(, AMlilUCAN ART ANNUAL, 

INTfiKNATIONAL EXPOSITION OF MODERN DECORATIVE ART. 

Turin, Italy. 

GfrN. L P. m CkswoIvA, Luigi Roversi, 

President, Secretary. 

The ^m International Exposition of Modern Decorative Art was held 
in Turin, Italy, from May to November, 1902. The American gallery, after 
thai of Germany, was the largeKt in the Exposition Building and one of 
the most complt'te and original. The architect was John Getz, of New York. 
The fundtj for the American exhibit were provided by the commissioners and 
their personal friends. 

The American exhibitors received the most important awards, among 
them being (hai of King Victor Emmanuel (the only prize oflfered by Italy's 
sovereign to the Exposition), which was obtained by the Photo-Secession. 

The exhibit of Tiffany & Co. of goldware, silverware and mounted 
Favril glass, of precious stones, etc., arranged by George F. Kunz, would 
undoubtedly have received the Grand Prix had it not been ruled hors con- 
couri by the jury. Bronzes of Paul W. Bartlett, Rookwood pottery, Grueby 
pottery, prints of Curtis & Cameron, '*martele" silver of the Gorham Com- 
pany, stained glass of J. & R. Lamb, and the collective exhibit of Scribner's 
Sons received warm praise. 

Grand Prix. 

Puul W. Bartlett. Alfred Slieglitz. 

W, B. Dyer. Standard Oil Company. 

Frank luigene. Tiffany Studios. 

Gertrude Kaaebier. H. Clarence White. 
Rookwood Pottery. 

Gold Medals, 

Rose Clark. Scribner's Sons. 

Cosnn»poHtan Range Conipany. Grueby Faience Company. 

Gorhan\ Manufacturing Company. Edward Stirling. 

Silver Medals. 

J. Hcniamin. Gnswold Manufacturing Company. 

CurtiA & Cameron. Emma Spencer. 

J. & R. Lamb. Mary R. Stanbery. 
Joseph R. Keiley. 

Diplomas of Merit 

Alice M. Boughtoa W. \Y. Renwick. 

Louis Casavant. Roman Bronze Works. 

Thoma> M. Ednuustoa. D. D. Spellman. 

Ferguson E. Lee. A. H. Steiber. 

R. OsgcHxI. Taft & Belknap. 

Photogravure and Color Co. Eva Schutze Watson. 

Exhibitors Declared Hors Concours. 
Chvirk\^ Balliard. Fach Brothers. TiflEany & Co. 



ARCHITECTS' CLUB OF THE VNlVERSirY OF ILLINOIS. 

Engineering Biii'ding, Vrbana, HI. 

John T. VAWTJiK, H-vhhv .-V. W-\ro. 

Prc^iUcuL TreavHurer. 

R.VLPa E AliKLL, ROGBR M, DlCICHUT. 

Vice-PrcvNident. Secretarv. 



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UTAH. 257 

UTAH ART INSTITUTE. 
Governing Board. 

George M. Ottinger, Mrs. Alice Merrill Horne, 

President. Treasurer. 

S. T. Whittaker, Mrs. Edna W. Sloan, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

180 G St., Salt Lake City. 

Alan G. I-Ovey. Mary Teasdel. H. L. A. Culmer. 

The last annual meeting was held September, 1903. 

By an act of the Legislature of Utah, approved March 9, 1899, the Utah 
Art Institute was created. (This was the first State Art Society created in 
the United States. A copy of the law creating the Institute will be sent free 
to any address on application to the Secretary.) The act provides that the Gov- 
ernor, with the consent of the Senate, appoint a Governing Board, consisting 
of seven members, four of whom are to be artists, one an architect, one promi- 
nently identified with State education, and one directly interested in the man- 
ufacture of silk or other art fabric. It provides for the following work: For 
an art collection, to be known as the Alice Art Collection ; for an annual art 
exhibition of both the fine arts and the applied arts, not to be held in the same 
city twice in succession; for an annual prize of $300, to be oflFered by the 
State, for the best original painting by a Utah resident artist, the painting to 
become the property of the Art Institute ; and that the art collection in whole 
or in part may be loaned to different parts of the State. Also for an annual 
course of lecures on art to be prepared by a committee, and to be delivered in 
whole or in part before the students of the Agricultural College, any branch 
college, the University of Utah, Southern Branch Normal, the Industrial 
School, the State Teachers' Association and the county teachers' institute of 
each county ; the Art Lectureship Committee is to advise with officers of State 
educational institutions and superintendents of public schools as to courses in 
drawing, design and art. 

Regular meetings are held quarterly, on the first Monday in March, June, 
September and December of each year. 

The first annual exhibition was held in Salt Lake City in 1899. In addi- 
tion to the prize awarded by the State, seventeen minor prizes were offered, 
ranging from $3 to $40. 

The second exhibition was held at Logan from November 12 to 17, 1900, 
and consisted of 200 pieces. About 6,000 people attended. The State prize, 
$300, was awarded to Mr. John Hafen for "Quaking Aspens" ; honorable men- 
tion for the best work of art to George H. Taggart, for "Harvesters"; prize 
of $50 for best water color to G. Wesley Browning for 'HJnder the Willows" ; 
honorable mention to H. L. A. Culmer for "October Evening." Eight prizes 
of from $5 to $20 were also awarded. During the week lectures on art were 
given at the Art Gallery, at Agricultural College and before the County 
Teachers' Institute. 

Other exhibitions were held as follows : November 25 to December 7, 1901, 
at Social Hall, in Salt Lake City; September 15, 1902, at Provo City, and one 
in March, 1903. The next exhibition will be in December, 1903. 

The bi-annual report, dated December i, 1900, stated that during the two 
years thirty-one lectures on the fine and applied arts were given, many of them 
illustrated by stereopticon views. A lecture on "Silk Making Culture and 
Lace" and one on "Art as a Factor in Public Education" have been printed 
and distributed free. 

The paintings acquired during the two years were : "Children of the Sun," 
G. M. Ottinger; "Salt-Created Rocks, Great Salt Lake," J. T. Harwood; 
"Road Through the Forest," Mrs. E. C. Carson : "Priscilla," J. T. Harwood ; 
"Quaking Aspens," John Hafen ; "French Peasant, Knitting," Mary Teasdel ; 
"Under the Willows," G. Wesley Browning. The value of the collection is 
estimated at $2,000. 



258 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

Financial Statement for Two Years. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

State appropriation $1,700.00 Institute expenses $149.15 

Exhibition sales 1,337.00 Exhibition expenses 714.63 

Admissions, 1809 97.40 Exhibition sales 1,187.60 

Memberships 275.00 .Vlloe Art Collection 900.20 

Institute prizes 186.00 

Lectureship expenses 258.32 



$3,403.00 
Balance in treasury 5.50 



$3,400.40 $3,400.40 

UTICA ART ASSOCIATION. 
Utica, N. Y. 

Frank E. Wheeler, D. N. Grouse, 

President. Treasurer. 

C. L. Symonds. E. Z. Wright, 
Vice-President. Secretary. 

No exhibitions have been held since 1900. 

THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART. 
Washington, D. G. 

S. H. Kauffmann, Charles C. Glover, 

President. Vice-President and Treasurer. 

Frederick B. McGuire, Secretary. 

(For foundation and hi.story see Vol. I, p. 405.) 

The Museum is open on Sundays, from November i to July i, from i :3a 
to 4 :30 p. m. ; on Mondays from 12 m. to 4 p. m. ; other days from 9 130 a. m. 
to 4 p. m. from October i to May, and from May i opens half an hour earlier. 
Open on all public holidays except Christmas from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Ad- 
mission is free on public holidays and on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and 
Sundays ; on other days admission is 25 cents. 

Various exhibitions have been held in the Heniicycle Gallery, including 
the regular exhibitions of the Society of Washington Artists. 

There have been numerous additions to the permanent collections of paint- 
ings, sculpture and casts. During 1902 the visitors to the galleries numbered 
187,505, an increase of 50,000 over the previous year. 

FINE ARTS UNION. 
The Octagon, Washington, D. C. 

Glknn Brown, E. C. Messer, 

President. Treasurer. 

Frank Moss, T. F. Laist. 

Vice-President. Secretarj', 

The Ntw Amsterdam, Cleveland, O. 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Print Division. 

Washington, D. C. 

Arthur Jeefrevs Parsons. Chief of the Division. 
(For foundation and history see Vol. I IK p. 195.) 

The Division of Prints is open on week days frv>m 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. : on 
Sundays from 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. 



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WASHINGTON. 259 

On July I, 190T, the collection numbered 106,000 items, classifiable as fol- 
lows : 

Engravings 8,210 Typogravures 4»20i 

Etchings 3,81 1 Chromos 7^4 

Photogravures 6,322 Original drawings 10 

Photographs 62,389 Miscellaneous 309 

Lithographs 16,382 The Gardiner Greene Hub- 
Facsimiles 1,358 bard Collection 2,620 

Of special note is the accession by purchase of a collection of 1,800 prints, 
mostly portraits, representing the work of American engravers, and a collec- 
tion of 153 medals of representative men of France. Several collections have 
been loaned to the Library, as follows: 1,466 selected prints of all schools, lent 
by George Lothrop Bradley; cuttings from illuminated manuscripts of the 
twelfth to fifteenth century, by Thomas F. Richardson; selections from a col- 
lection of 50,000 prints, owned by Mrs. T. Garrison Garrett, John W. Garrett 
and Robert Garrett. 

On July I, 1903, the collection numbered over 143,000 items. Since the 
last report of the American Art Annual was published Sunday opening has 
been inaugurated. 

THE PARK COMMISSION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Commissioners. 

D. H. BuRNHAM, Augustus Saint Gaudens, 

Charles F. McKim, Frtederick LavV Olmsted, Jr. 

Acting upon the advice of a Committee of the American Institute of 
Architects, the Senate Committee of the District of Columbia, Senator Mc- 
Millan of Michigan Chairman, appointed D. H. Burnham and F. L. Olmsted, 
Jr., a commission to study and report on the improvements from an artistic 
standpoint of the District of Columbia. Mr. Burnham and Mr. Olmsted added 
Mr. Charles F. McKim and Mr. Augustus Saint Gaudens to their number. 
The report of this Commission was submitted to the Senate Committee of the 
District of Columbia on January 15, 1902, and was unanimously approved by 
the Committee. The drawings and models accompanying this report filled two 
large rooms in the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and graphically presented the 
scheme. In addition to these original drawings there were numerous bromide 
enlargements of photographs of vistas, parkways, fountains and other park 
embellishments illustrating work of a similar character done in this country 
and Europe. The principal subject for illustration was the treatment of the 
Mall, beginning with the Capitol on the east, ending with the river on the 
west, the White House on the north and the Memorial to the Constitution 
Makers on the south. The principles of this scheme are simply a development 
of the original plan of the city as designed by Peter Charles L'Enfant, which 
has been totally ignored for more than seventy-five years. It maintains all 
of the original vistas intended and other vistas are added. Beginning with 
the Capitol there is a broad, open vista 300 feet wide extending from the 
Capitol to the Monument, this vista flanked on each side by four rows of 
stately American elms and the open portion treated as a lawn. From the 
Monument west toward the river is a broad lagoon over 200 feet wide. At the 
foot of the Capitol grounds it is proposed to have an open square flanked by 
statues, buildings and other artistic embellishments. The space around the 
Monument is treated by broad terraces 1,200 feet wide and formal gardens 
with a broad flight of steps 40 feet high. The extreme western vista is to cul- 
minate with a memorial to Abraham Lincoln in the form of an open portico. 
From this Lincoln memorial a memorial bridge is to pass directly to Arlington, 
with Arlington House at the end of the vista, and in another direction a drive 



26o AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

would pass into the park system of the District of Columbia. The vista from the 
south portico of the White House will be over broad lawns from the Monument 
Gardens to the river, from which point a view extends lo or 12 miles down 
the Potomac. On the axis of the White House on the shore of the river it is 
proposed to place a monumental building to the Constitution makers; on the 
other side of the Park monumental buildings are suggested for the future use 
of the Government. The suggestions were made also in this report for a 
treatment of the Palisades of the Potomac, of the banks of Rock Creek and 
for additions to the Zoo and Rock Creek Park, connecting them all with the 
system of parks by highways which will connect the parks with the Soldiers* 
Home and a new proposed water power on the eastern branch, thence to the 
Navy Yard, to the new War College Park, and back by terraced drives to the 
Mall, completing a circuit of the city. 

Ihe work which has already been accomplished under the laws proposed 
by the Park Commission is the removal of the Pennsylvania Station from the 
Mall and its location, as proposed by the Park Commission, at the intersection 
of Massachusetts and Delaware avenues ; the location of the new Ag^ricultural 
Building, of the new National Museum and of the new Municipal Building 
within the area indicated by the Park Commission for Municipal Buildings; 
placing of the Hall of Records and the new Office Building for the House of 
Representatives on sites suggested for Government buildings by the Park 
Commission ; and the improvements of the White House on lines in harmony 
with the Conmiission's report. Glenn Brown. 

SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON ARTISTS. 
Washington, D. C. 

Richard N. Hrooke, Robert Coleman Child, 
President. Treasurer. 

Mrs. Alice Barney, H. Hobart Nichols, 

Vice-President. Secretary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 410.) 

Exhibitions are held in the Hemicycle room of the Corcoran Gallery of 
Art, and are open to the public without charge on each week day from g 
a. m. to 5 130 p. m., and from 8 to 10 p. m. ; Sundays from i to 4 p. m. 

The annual exhibitions have been held as follows: March 28 to April 
13, 1901 ; March 16 to 30, 1902 ; February 10 td 26, 1903. 

In 1901 A. J. Parsons, Esq., established a prize for the best landscape 
by a Washington artist. It has been awarded as follows: 1901, Richard N. 
Brooke; 1902, Hobart Nichols; 1903, Lucien Powell. 

The Corcoran prizes were awarded to the following: 1901 — First, Irving 
R. Wiles; second, Laura Coombs Hills; third, Spencer Baird Nichols. 1902 
— First, Cecilia Beaux; second, Charles H. Davis: third. William Fuller 
Curtis. 1903 — First, John W. Alexander; second, Hugh H. Breckenridge ; 
third, Mathilde Mueden. 



WASHINGTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB. 
The Octagon, Washington, D. C. 

Percy Ash, Harry Barton, 

President. Treasurer. 

J. J. Bissegger, Milton D. Morrill, 
Vice-President. Secretary. 

An exhibition will be held in March, 1904, at the Corcoran Gallery 
of Art. 



WASHINGTON AND WORCESTER. 



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WASHINGTON CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 



J. L. Smith MEYER, 

President. 

Joseph C. Hornblower. 

Vice-President. 



W. G. Peter, 
Treasurer. 

E. W. DoNN, Jr., 
Secretary, 

1708 Sixteenth St. 

There are twenty-six practicing members in this Chapter. 



WASHINGTON WATER COLOR CLUH. 
Washington, D. C. 



William H. Holmes, 
President. 

Bertha E. Perrie, 

Vice-President. 



Carl Weller, 
Treasurer. 

Grace E. Atwater, 
Secretary, 
The Iowa. 

Annual exhibitions are held ; the next will be in November, 1903. 



WORCESTER ART MUSEUM. 
Worcester, Mass. 



Daniel Merriman, 
President. 

Francis H. Dewey, 

Vice-President. 



Lincoln N. Kinnicutt, 

Treasurer. 
John G. Hey wood. 

Manager of -Museum. 



The Museum is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 
from ID to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. ; on Saturdays from 10 to 12 a. m. and 
from 1 :30 to 6 p. m. ; on Sundays from 1 130 to 6 p. m. On Saturdays and 
Sundays admission is free ; on other days, 25 cents. 

Since October, 1900, the Museum has added to its permanent collection 
many casts and pictures, both by purchase and gift. Among the more impor- 
tant are 2,200 Japanese prints, 50 Kakemonos and 500 Japanese books, all the 
gift of the estate of John C. Bancroft ; cast of the Ghiberti Gates of the Bap- 
tistery at Florence, gift of the St. Wulstan Society; bequest of $10,000 from 
Mrs. Hester N. Wetherell, with part of which the Museum bought "Portrait 
of Mrs. Renny Strachan," by Sir Henry Raeburn; thirty-five volumes of ref- 
erence books, purchased by the Museum, to be added to the library of several 
hundred volumes. 

Calendar of Exhibitions. 

Winter, 1900. — Loan collection of paintings from Theodore M. Davis, of New- 
port Loan collections of Oriental porcelains and curios. 

May, 1901. — Work of the Worcester Art Students' Club. Exhibition of work 
of the Museum School. 

June to Oct., 1901. — Fourth Annual Summer Exhibition; 260 oil paintings. 
First prize, $300, "An Arrangement," by A. H. Maurer; second prize, 
$200, "A Fairy Tale," by Sergeant Kendall ; honorable mention, "A Pro- 
file," by F. W. Benson, and "Afternoon Sailing Breeze," by Charles 
Hopkinson. 

Dec, 1901. — Water colors by Ruel C. Tuttle, of Windsor, Conn. 

Winter, 1901-2. — Loan collection of oil paintings; Japanese prints; ten large 
tapestries from Mrs. C. F. Sprague; Japanese robes and brocades from 
Dr. Sturgis Bigelow, Boston ; a collection of Japanese pottery from 
Prof. E. H. Morse, of Salem, and water colors of Japanese subjects by 
Joseph Lindon Smith. 

April, 1902. — Water colors by Charles W. Stetson. 



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262 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

May, 1902. — Work of the Worcester Art Students' Club. Work of the Mu- 
seum School. 

June to Oct., 1902. — Fifth Annual Exhibition ; 191 oil paintings. First prize, 
$.^00, 'Portrait of a Young Man," by George L. Carspecken; second 
prize, $200, "Fishermen of Finisterre," by Charles Hopkinson. 

Winter, 1902-3. — Loan collection of pamtings. 

Jan., 1903. — Favril Glass lent by Tiffany Studios, New York. 

Feb. to April, 1903. — Exhibition of 300 pieces of pottery and porcelain by 
American makers. 

March, 1903. — Water colors, selected from the New York Water Color Club 
and Peimsylvania Academy exhibitions. 

May, 1903. — Exhibition of work in oil, water colors, pastel, sculpture, wood 
carving, etc., for artists living in and around Worcester; 116 pieces. 
Work of the Museum School. 

June to Oct., 1903. — Sixth Annual Summer Exhibition. 148 oil paintings. 
First prize, $300, "The North Atlantic, by C. H. Woodbury; second 
prize, $200, "The Old Quarry — W^inter," by W. L. Lathrop; third prize, 
$100, "Returning Home," by Gifford Beal. 

(For details of the School see tabulated list of schools.) 

WORCESTER CHAPTER OF THE A. I. A. 

Stephen C. Earle. Lucius W. Briggs, 

President. Secretary, 

Ward P. Delano, 518 Main St. 

Vice-President. 

There are thirteen practicing members in this Chapter. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS. 
The Octagon, Washington, D. C. 

Charles F. McKim, Frank Miles Day, 

President. Alfred Stone, 

Vice-Presidents. 

Glenn Brown, Treasurer and Secretary. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I, p. 408.) 

This is a national organization, with Chapters in many States. It is also 
in correspondence with forty-six foreign societies. The membership numbers 
777, consisting of 381 Fellows and 396 Associates. In 1902 the Octagon House, 
Washington, D. C, an old building with many historic associations, was pur- 
chased for $30,000, and is now the home of the Society. One of the rooms has 
been fitted up as a library, and here are kept numerous publications of interest 
to the profession. Among these are the building and municipal regulations of 
several large cities in Europe. Some donations recently placed in the Octa- 
gon consist of the American Architectural Exhibit at th^ Paris Exposition, 
including ninety-eight photographic examples of recent work in the United 
States; plaster ornaments and mouldings from the United States Supreme 
Court, and views of Washington and vicinity. 

During the past three years the Institute has given much attention to 
improving the park system and public buildings in Washington, and a com- 
mittee was formed in 1900. (For full account of this Commission see p. 259.) 

Papers on the improvement of Washington read before the A. I. A. were 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 26;^ 

printed and distributed by the Government, and a lecture with lantern slides 
has been prepared, showing the proposed scheme, and has been sent to many 
large cities throughout the country; while lectures on the subject have been 
delivered in various places by A. I. A. members. The Institute has also been 
consulted by several Government departments relative to architectural work. 

An idea may be formed of the scope of the Society by noting the work 
of the various committees. These are as follows: Judiciary; House and Li- 
brary; Education and Publication; on Foreign Correspondence; on Contracts 
and Lien Laws; on Applied Arts and Sciences; Legislative Committee of 
Government Architecture; Conference with Architectural League on Compe- 
tition Codes and Co-operation; on Competitions; on Improvement of Wash- 
ington ; on a Fine Arts Commission and Bureau of Architecture ; on Municipal 
Improvement; on World's Congress; on Metric System; to Nominate Offi- 
cers ; on Nomination for Honorary and Corresponding Members ; for Secur- 
ing rounds for the Purchase of the Octagon. 

As a result of correspondence with Rudolph Vogel, Hanover, that gentle- 
man began, in 1900, to organize a German Institute based on the methods of 
the A. I. A. 

A Quarterly Bulletin is issued,-giving a list of new publications received 
and current events of interest to the members. 

The thirty-seventh annual convention will be held in Cleveland, Ohio, Oc- 
tober 15 to 17, 1903. 

List of Chapters, with Their Secretaries (Chronologically Arranged). 

New York Chapter. — Grosvenor Atterbury, 18 West Thirty-fourth street, New 
York. 

Philadelphia Chapter. — Arthur H. Brockie, 328 Chestnut street, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Illinois Chapter. — George Beaumont, 115 Dearborn street, Chicago, 111. 

Boston Chapter. — Edwin J. Lewis, Jr., 9 Park street, Boston, Mass. 

Cincinnati Chapter. — Joseph G. Steinkamp, 24 East Court street, Cincinnati, O. 

Baltimore Chapter. — Douglas H. Thomas, Jr., 910 Atlantic Trust Building, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Rhode Island Chapter. — Prescott O. Clarke, 72 Weybosset street, Providence, 
R. I. 

San Francisco Chapter. — Lionel Deane. 933 Market street. San Francisco, Cal. 

Indianapolis Chapter. — Clarence Martindale, 32 Blackford Block, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

Washington Chapter. — E. W. Donn, Jr., 1708 Sixteenth street, Washington, 
D. C. 

Michigan Chapter. — Frank C. Baldwin, 1103 Union Trust Building, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Central New York Society of Architects (formerly Western New York Chap- 
ter). — Arthur N. Gibb, Trust Company Building, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Buffalo Chapter. — William L. Fuchs, 215 Franklin street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

St. Louis Chapter. — Ernest John Russell, 1505 Chemical Building, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

Kansas City Chapter. — Albert Turney, 614 Massachusetts Building, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Cleveland Chapter. — Albert E. Skeel, 661 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Pittsburg Chapter (formerly W. Pa. Chapter). — George S. Orth, 341 Sixth 
avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Worcester Chapter. — Lucius W. Briggs, 518 Main street, Worcester, Mass. 

Minnesota Chapter. — Walter S. Pardee, 824 Guaranty Building, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Colorado Chapter. — William Cowe, 510 Mack Block, Denver, Col. 

Southern California Chapter. — John P. Krempel, Henne Building, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 

Brooklyn Chapter. — J. J. Petit. 11 East Thirty-third street, New York. 



264 



AMERICAS ART AX S UAL, 



Washington State Chapter. — Emil de Ncnf, Seattle Wash. 
Dajton Chapter. — Robert E. Dexter, Canbr BniJdmg. DaTrian. Ohio 
New JerseA- Chapter. — Hngh Roberts, i Exchange V\hc^ Jcrscj Orr. K J. 
Connecticut Chapter. — Edward T. Hapgood, 141 TrmnbiiD sxrtssC Hartford. 
Conn. 



THE a:^: ERIC AX LE.\GUE FOR CRIC IMPRO\'EMEXT. 



J. HoRACx McFari_a.np, 
Harrisbnrg, 

President. 
Thtx^joke M.ajcbltsg. 

Baltimore, 

St. Lonis, 
j^-y'As Cr-MG. Ithaca, X. Y- 

Vice-Presidents. 



McjKTOx D. Hrii. Chica^Q, 
XreaszzTiC. 

O-IXTOX ROGO:5 WaODRrFF. 

Phil2dcl"pfca. 
CocTe^KHiCing Sccmarv. 

E. G- ROITZJLEX. 

571 1 Kinkbark Ave^. Chirag: 



Tbe .Aniericon League for Civic Li*!>r o i e TDeri: was icrmec abon: ihr^^ 
Tears ago. and is an expansion of the Xaticna] Leaimt cf Innsrc»rem£m As- 
sociatioES. which had organized in Springacid. OhiD. sacae 1221 months 
previcas- The purpose of the Leagrse is :o ar: as a clearing hmsse inr ^sf 
socieiies interested :n the varices phas-es of erne asd social insrcu^tsnesiL. i£> 
STrppIerr.en: the esorts of existing organizations b:xh jc*caZ asac ffcneraL It 
oS^cTS jectnres- speakers, lantern slides, program ostlrnes and scncr maicrxal. 
printed maner f-.r ediicationai pnrp05«5 and canrpaigns rf agiiarirni. rrfcrenre 



to sr*nrres cf information, and plans for organirat^rm. 

Th^re are fonr classes of membership: indfricnal TDCsnber?: srckcies: 
hoQorarr men::ber?, who are nominated by the Ex^mrrre Briarf snf eifc^ec 

at the anntisl coavcnti-oa : cornmercial members. wtDch nscmbersihiT' ^ issaed 
to fczis or incivi.dtials. The last da^srfiratkgi has been rDCL-adfid 5rr "diosf 
who are frsgrr-ciallj interested in the mDiremeit. sach as ia2>5scE3»e garoeiiers. 
mantifacmrers. etc Throngh the Leagtac o^ezrmcrciLl rrymber? ussy lean: 
bow to fnrther :he morement. better the CGcdrtSocis cf t^s^ rrrrr ur yK s^. rraci 

o^ganizarkcs- 

Tbe work of the Leagtie is drrided into sectSrcis. . ifcse irr : At^s a»^ 
Crafts, Crnc Chtrrch. Libraries and M"zse=ns- M:nn3ri3ELl Ar:_ yLnnxis^ 
Reform. Parks, PreservatSon cf Xa:are PrbLSr Xmsan^res. Pi&bc R«creEik«L 



Rural Imprcre 
Mllare I: 



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or 



^^gnifgmrTCs 23>d 



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t a Tnroc simnw*' 

?er?crts>r re wtnnr 



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Cemmtmicariocs address^ yy the 
hare awakened mtsch interest: as a ssost ' .T.pce 
city is being developed at Chaztaooia. X. Y, tr 
slA ri Ar^gtisi- I9C?2L This wr^ is nn«der the directSrc cf 
tbc yimzicrpal Art Sectica- Albert Keis«r7. 

CopT has been sent to tbocsan^ of tla 
the Srss fix m»Qc:ths cf 1903 the field s 
mezrt assocaraocs. 

Tbc £rft arntsal cocventSoG of the Leagiae was heii it Bicfajc. X Y_ 
trocn Ang^ist L2 to if. irpi : the sccc^sd zi Sc P^nl Xtrnr,. ScgcgajJte r ^ 
to 26. 1902 : tbe third at Chantataqia. X. Y» Jxly t j r> J^ jci ri;?. 

In ccmsectioa with the third xrvvA OGcni-rncc 1 ^mc ^X5cix» wi:* 
coodacted at Osastataqna. X. Y. For as ^».:".re week sC3t5er^ iit»i w»?ci«^ 
in th« field of crric improrcmeat were cee re d a ^L > ^ - i>ii ::£ lertarc? nui 
cccf ereaccSp td&r tbe gtrdance of Kxae of ^ae c^fgf liCBfes 31: erne 3it- 
p r o^e nKct. wfexh gave for the first tisae a cocistece ss z ^* ; ^ r£ r^ Trmsmjes. 
acbieTenaersts and hope? oi this great natrrenBenc. T^ jcmcf^OL * 
the scries oq '*Ar: in Daily Life;'' br Pra£ Joist ^irscy Aiimss. ^c 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 265 

phia, and "Contemporary Society," by Prof. Charles Zueblin, of the Uni- 
versity of Chicago. 

The fourth annual convention will be held in St. Louis in the summer 
of 1904. 

Arts and Crafts Section. 

Mrs. M. F. Johnston, Richmond, Ind., Chaiman. 

This section has served as a bureau of information on the subject of 
Arts and Crafts, particularly regarding securing and managing Arts and 
Crafts exhibitions. 

The Council has in preparation a classified list of Arts and Crafts 
workers, suggestive outlines for Club programs with bibliography and in- 
formation about the management of exhibitions. This material can be 
obtained by addressing the Secretary of the League. 

AMERICAN PARK AND OUTDOOR ART ASSOCIATION. 

Clinton Rogers Woodruff, O. C. Simonds, 
Philadelphia, Chicago, 

President. Treasurer. 

John C. Olmsted, Charles Mulford Robinson, 
Brookline, Mass., Secretary, 

Vice-President. ' 65 S. Washington St., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. Ill, p. 202.) 

A Wornan's Auxiliary has been formed, of which Mrs. Charles F. Mills- 
paugh, of Chicago, is president. 

The sixth annual convention was held in Boston. August 5 to 7. 1902. 

The seventh annual convention was held in Buffalo July 7 to 9. 1903. 
The President's address reviewed the most significant developments in 
municipal progress, special mention being given to the activity of business 
organizations in Cleveland and San Francisco, the^ enlarged use of school- 
houses for civic purposes, the agitation for courses of training in city making, 
the projected remodeling of Chautauqua, and the erection of a model city 
exhibit at the St. Louis Fair. Among the papers of special interest were 
"The Abuses of Public Advertising," by Frederick Law Olmsted; "Parks 
for the People," by G. S. Parker, and "The Forward Movement in Outdoor 
Art," by Professor L. H. Bailey. One evening was devoted to a School Gar- 
den Session. 

The Association is considering a merger with the American Leag^Je for 
Civic Improvement, and the committee having that matter in hand was en- 
larged and continued. 

THE AMERICAN SCENIC AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION 

SOCIETY. 

Hon. Andrew H. Green, Edward Payson Cone, 

President. Treasurer. 

Frederic W. Devoe, Edward Hagaman Hall, 
Hon. Charles S. Francis, Secretary, 

Walter S. Logan, Tribune Bldg., New York. 

J. PiERPONT Morgan, Samuel Parsons, Jr., 

Vice-Presidents. Landscape Architect. 

The Society is a national organization, incorporated in 1895. It aims to 
protect beautiful features of the landscape from disfigurement; to preserve 
from destruction remarkable geological formations and organic growths pos- 
sessing an artistic value; and to save from obliteration names, places and 
objects identified with local. State and national history. It furthers these 



266 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

f)l)jccts by free lectures, literature, correspondence and other educational 
means. 

The Society has three classes of membership. Any person may become 
an annual mcniber upon election and the payment of $5 annually; a life mem- 
ber upon the payment of $100 at one time, and a patron upon the donation 
of $500. At least four meetings are held during the year, at which lectures 
are delivered by well known speakers and to which members and their friends 
are admitted without charge. The members also receive gratuitously, from 
time to time, copies of historical brochures of great value. 

In 1897, at the instance of the Society, the State of New York purchased 
X^ acres of the historic Stony Point battlefield on the Hudson and committed 
it to the custody of the Society, and in 1900 the State placed $3,500 at its dis- 
posal for the improvement of the property, and this Reservation was dedicated 
al a public meeting held July 16, 1902. In 1898 and 1900, at the request of this 
Society and other agencies, the State purchased 35 acres at the head of Lake 
(icorge made famous by events during the French and Indian and Revolution- 
ary wars. In 1900 a commission from the Society represented the State of 
New York, in conjunction with a commission from New Jersey, and secured 
the creation of the Interstate Palisades Park Commission. $400,000 has been 
appropriated by New York and $50,000 by New Jersey for the preservation of 
the Palisades. 

Through the efi'orts of the Society the city of New York has decided to 
preserve Fraunce's Tavern, and make a public park of the land surrounding 
it. The ordinance was passed February 17, 1903. 

Women's Auxiliary 
To THE American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society. 

Mhs. William Brookfield, Sarah Coan Waters, 

President. Recording Secretary. 



THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF AMERICA. 

Fridekick Stymetz Lamb, Juuus F. Harder, 

President. Treasurer. 

Clarence II. Blackall, H. K. Blsh-Brown, 

Vice-President. Cor. Secretary, 

:^7 West 34th St.. New York. 

Members. 

The Arobitictural Ix'Sfrup of New York. The Detroit Architectural Club. 

The T S<]uare Club. Philadelphia. The St. Loaia Arcbitectaral Club. 

The Oloreland .\rchitecturat Club. The Washinfrtoo Architectural Club. 

The Tomnto .\rchitectural Elshteen Club. The Architects' Club, T. of IlL 

The Plttaburit Architectural Club. The Toledo Architectural Club. 

The Cincinnati Chapter A. I. A. The National Society of Mural Palntera^ 

The BnHiklyn Chapter A. I. A. The National Sculpture Society. 

Tl>e ChicaiEo Archittnrtural Club. 

The purposes of the League are : The promotion of American architecture 
and the alhed tine arts, and the incorporation of all elijtible associations into 
aciive membership by representation in the League. The League consists of 
;icti\e rnd allied meml>ers. 

The League holds circuit exhibitions, which at first consisted of selections 
from the exhibitions of the interested clubs. There have also been collections 
of foreign exhibits. Last year it was decided to limit the exhibits to photo- 
graph<» particularly of recent work connected with church building and deco- 
ration. Six hundred pictures were secured, including a European collcctioffi. 
The exhibition was opened at the Architectural League of New York, and will 
close in St. Louis at the time of the ♦ifth annual conveniicKi. which will be 
held in :ha: citv October 5 and 6. igo^^ 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 267 

COUNCIL OF SUPERVISORS OF THE MANUAL ARTS. 

James Hall, Newark, N. J., William J. Edwards, 

President. Treasurer. 

Frederic L. Burnham, New Haven, Conn., James P. Haney, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

500 Park Ave., New York. 

Meetings are held the second Friday in December at a city appointed by 
the Executive Committee. The last meeting was held in New York; the 
next, December. 1903. will be in Boston, Mass. 

The Council is composed of supervising teachers of the manual arts in 
elementary and high schools in cities and towns. The associate member- 
ship is limited to 100 and from this number the active members, limited to 
forty, are elected. 

The chief function of the Council is to advance the professional spirit 
in supervision and the critical discussion of questions concerning the ad- 
vancement of the manual arts of drawing, design and constructive work in 
the public schools. Papers are prepared by the members and printed in the 
year book in advance of the meeting at which they are to be discussed. 



EASTERN ART TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Fred H. Daniels. Springfield, Mass., Arthur H. Flint, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
President Treasurer. 

George H. Hartlett, Boston, Mass., Olivia F. Keach, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

Supvr. Drawing, Baltimore Md. 

Annual conventions since 1900 have been held in Philadelphia, 1901 ; 
New York, 1902; Baltimore and Washington, 1903. Exhibitions of the 
pupils' work are held during the conventions, the last having been April 22, 
23 and 24, 1903. 



INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS ASSOCIATION. 



Charles T. Barney, 

President 

James Henry Smith, 

Vice-President. 



J. McLean Walton, 

Treasurer. 
Thomas E. Kirby, 
Secretary, 
6 East 23d St., New York. 



A corporation formed in 1903 for the purpose of holding exhibitions of 
works of art at stated periods in the interest of art education or for the 
benefit of deserving charities. 

The exhibitions will cover every field of art and will comprise objects 
lent by the prominent collectors of the world, the Association's charter 
enabling it under the existing custom house laws to bring from foreign 
countries art objects and antiquities "for exhibition and not for sale," under 
bond. The Association will assume all expenses incurred and provide for 
insurance. The Association will ultimately possess its own art galleries, 
erecting a building which will have not only ample exhibition space but 
facilities for art lectures. With the lectures, as with the exhibitions, the aim 
is to be the advancement of art and art education, without cognizance of 
art's commercial side. 




268 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

NATIONAL ART MUSEUM. 
1 1 15 Pratt Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Joseph G. Butler, Jr., Hobart M. Cable, 

Yoiingstown, Ohio, Chicago, 111., 

President. Treasurer. 

CoL. George G. Briggs, J. Harrison White, 

Grand Rapids, Mich., Chicago. Ill- 

Vice- President. Secretary, 

303 Record-Herald Building. 
Trustees. 

Henry E. Weaver, Chicago, 111. Harrington Fitzgerald, Philadelphia, 

Hobart M. Cable, Chicago, 111. Pa. 

George Ernest Colby, Chicago, 111. Joseph G. Butler, Jr., Youngstown, 

S. O. Brooks, St. Paul, Minn. Ohio. 

W. B. Webb. Jackson, Mich. Truman G. Palmer, Chicago, 111. 

Col. Mark. L. DeMotte, LL.D., Val- J. Harrison White, Chicago, 111. 

paraiso, Ind. Governors of the States and Terri- 
Hon. Julius C. Hurrows, Kalamazoo, tories are ex-officio members 

Mich. of the Board of Trustees. 

An effort is being made to raise the sum of $1,000,000 to purchase a 
site and erect thereon a National Art Museum in Chicago, which shall 
be devoted exclusively to the interests of American art in all its depart- 
ments. The work of promoting the National Art Museum is entirely in 
the hands of the National Society of Associated Arts, the Board of Trustees 
being only charged with the care of the funds until such time as disburse- 
ments for site and building shall be necessary. The title to land purchased 
and buildings erected shall be vested in the National Society of Associated 
Arts. It is suggested that auxiliary societies be formed in every State in 
order to provide a gallery in the National Art Museum for each State and 
Territory. 

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF MINERAL PAINTERS. 

Ida a. Johnson, Mary Chase Perry, 

President, Chairman Education Committee. 

193 St. James Place, Brooklyn. 

The League was formed through the efforts to establish local clubs to 
prepare exhibits for the Columbian Exposition. Its object is to broaden the 
knowledge of keramic workers, and establish a unity of purpose among them 
by correspondence and yearly exhibitions. 

In 1901 the League established a medal competition, the gold medal being 
awarded to the successful designer. 

The following year a comparative and competitive exhibition was planned. 
It consisted of about 100 pieces of decorative work upon fixed shapes, and 
was sent from club to club throughout the country, traveling for ten months. 

In 1903 the work was carried along on the same lines, the exhibit being 
in two parts, one educational and competitive, and the other purely com- 
parative. The work was exhibited in New York in May, and is now traveling. 

The League will exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition. 

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF ASSOCIATED ARTS (Incorporated). 

George Ernest Colby, Marian A. White, 

President. Secretary-General, 

Frank L. Van Ness, 1115 Pratt Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Treasurer. 



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269 



There are twenty-one vice-presidents, representing that number of depart- 
ments in art, and twenty-three vice-presidents at large. 

The organization admits to membership artists working in the following 
mediums : Oil, water color and pastel ; miniatures ; sculpture and architecture ; 
etching and engraving ; keramics ; mural decoration ; illustration and designing 
of book covers ; designing of art glass and mosaics ; designing for metal, wood 
and leather; photography; pyrography; scenic designing; lithography and 
poster designing, and artistic bookbinding. 

There is an entrance fee of $2 for artists and yearly dues of $3 ; affiliated 
members, $3; associate members, $5; honorary members, $10, find life mem- 
bers, $50. 

An exhibition was held in Chicago in March, 1903. A permanent sales de- 
partment will ultimately be established for the benefit of the artist members. 

An important branch of the work undertaken is the securing of funds for 
a National Art Museum to be erected in Chicago. The chairman of this com- 
mittee is J. Harrison White, 303 Record-Herald Building, Chicago, 111. 

THE PUBLIC ART LEAGUE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Washington, D. C. 



Richard Watson Gilder, 

President. 

Augustus Saint Gaudens, 

John La Farge, 

Vice-Presidents. 



Robert Stead, 

Treasurer. 
Glenn Brown, 

Secretary, 
918 F St., Washington, D. C. 



The League accomplished in part its reason for existence when the Park 
Commission of Washington was appointed. It has taken no active steps since 
this appointment ; but has never disbanded, holding together with the idea of 
supporting the Commission when found necessary. 



THE NEWSPAPER ARTISTS' ASSOCIATION. 



C. E. Schultze (New York), 

President. 
Harrington Fitzgerald (Phila.), 
John E. Jackson (New York), 
Gene Carr (New York), 
John Sloan (Philadelphia), 
O. P. Williams (Boston), 
W. Norman Ritchie (Boston), 
F. V. Wilson (Philadelphia), 

Vice-Presidents. 

The Association is a corporation composed exclusively of newspaper 
artists from all over the United States, and now numbers about 300 active 
members. The main office is at 91 Times Building, New York. Annual trav- 
eling exhibitions are held in the large cities, and the sales amount to about 
$250,000 a year. 

Exhibitions. 



J. M. Chuna, 

Treasurer. 
C. W. Parker, 

Managing Director, 
91 Times Bldg., New York. 
Harry P. Joslyn, 
Secretary, 
826 Market St., Baltimore, Md. 



1902. 
Nov. 24 to 26. — Providence. 
Dec. 15 to 2^. — Buffalo. 

1903. 
Feb. 2 to 8. — Pittsburg. 
April 7 to 9. — New York. 
April 13 to 27. — Philadelphia. 
May 18 to 26. — Baltimore. 
June I to 7. — Rochester. 



1903. 
June 8 to 11.-— Richmond. Ind. 
June 15 to 17. — Wilmington. 
June 22 to 24. — Newark. 
June 29 to July 6. — Montreal. 
Aug. 31 to Sept. 2.— Atlantic City 
Sept. 7 to 9. — Newport. 
Sept. 14 to 22. — Boston. 
Oct. 12 to 17. — Toronto. 



j-o AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

SOCIETY OF WESTERN ARTISTS. 

IIoi.MKs Smith (St. Louis), J. Ottis Adams (Indianapolis). 

President. Treasurer. 

Oi.ivKR D. CiROVER (Chicago'', F. Oakes Sylvester, 

Vice-President. Secretary, 

5924 Horton PI., St. Louis, Mo. 

(For foundation and history see Vol. I. p. 381.) 

TluTc are at present eighty-nine members of the Societj*, residing as fol- 
lows: In Chicago. 25; in Cincinnati, 16; in Cleveland, 3; in Detroit, 11; in 
Indianapolis. 10: and in St. Louis. 24. The annual exhibitions are shown in 
these six cities. The season of 1903-1904 will be the eighth circuit. 

Exhibitions, 1903-1904. 

IVcenibor jS to January 17. — Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 
January 28 to February 14. — Museum of Fine Arts, St. Louis, Mo. 
February 25 to March 13. — Art Museum. Cincinnati. Ohio. 
.\pril 22 to May 6. — .\rt Association, Columbus, Ohio. 
Mav iS to Tune 2. — Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio. 



SOME IMPORTANT GIFTS AND BEQUESTS. 



Anonymous. — Gift to Cooper Union, New York, $250,000. 

Hishop, Heber R. — Gift to Metropolitan Museum, New York, of a collection 
of jade and $SS,ooo. 

Blackstone, Timothy B. — Bequest to Art Institute of Chicago, $22,500. 

Carnegie, Andrew. — Gift to Came^e Institute, Pittsburg, an additional 
$1,000,000; Gift to Cooper Union, New York, an additional $300,000. 

Huntington, Mrs. Collis P. — Gift to endowment fund of New York School 
of Applied Design for Women, $10,000. 

Cooper, Heirs of Peter Cooper. — Transferred to Cooper Union the fund 
which was to revert to Cooper Union at their death, making an addi- 
tional annual income of $25,000. 

Crane, Zenas. — Gift to Pittsfield, Mass., of a Museum of Art and Natural 
History and "his collections. 

Cresson, William Emlen. — Bequest to the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts for a scholarship fund; annual income $15,000. 

Curtis, Charles B. — Gift to Metropolitan Museum of New York, $10,000. 

Eastman, George. — Building for Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Insti- 
tute; valued at over $200,000. 

German Emperor. — Gift to Germanic Museum, Harvard University, of col- 
lection of casts valued at $100,000. 

Hayden. Charles H. — Bequest to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, $100,000. 

McMillin, Emerson. — Gift to Art Museum of Columbus, Ohio, of a site 
valued at $30,000, and offer to duplicate all gifts of $10,000 up to 
$100,000. 

Munger, Albert A. — Bequest to Art Institute of Chicago; a collection of 
paintings. 

Morgan, J. Pierpont. — Gift to Cooper Union, New York, of a collection of 
mediaeval textiles. 

Northwestern University Guild. — Gift to the Northwestern University of Chi- 
cago of the art collection of the Guild, valued at $30,000. 

Ottendorfer, Oswald. — Bequest to Cooper Union, New York, $20,000. 

Robinson Hall, Harvard University. — Erected in memory of Nelson Robin- 
son, Jr. (estimated cost $200,000). 

Rogers, Jacob S. — Bequest to Metropolitan Museum, New York, $5,500,000. 

Ryerson. Martin A. — Gift to Art Institute of Chicago of Library Building. 

Salisbury, Edward Elbridge. — Bequest to Yale Art School, $45,000. 

Scammon, Mrs. Maria.— Hequest to Art Institute of Chicago to provide 
courses of lectures, $38,000. 

Schmidlapp, J. G. — Gift to Cincinnati Museum Association for library build- 
ing. 

Smith, James Henry. — Gift to Metropolitan Museum, New York, "Holy Fam- 
ily," by Rubens, oil painting valued at $50,000. 

Stamford, Mrs. Jane L.— Gift to Leland Stamford, Jr., University of her 
home in San Francisco, worth $400,000, to be used as a museum and 
art gallery. 

Talcom, John B.— Gift to New Britain (Conn.) Art Institute of $20,000, the 
income to be used for purchase of paintings. 

Wales, George W. — Bequest to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, $30,000, and 
collection of paintings. 

Warren, Mrs. Susan C. — Bequest to Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, $15,000. 

Wethrell, Mrs. Hester N. — Bequest to Worcester, Mass., Museum of $10,000. 

(For sculpture unveiled 1900 to 1903 see page I55) 



PROPOSED EXHIBITIONS, 1903-1904. 



This list is intended as a guide for exhibitors. As the plans of the 
various societies are made at different seasons it is impossible to give the 
exact date in every case. Artists can make arrangements with the Amer- 
ican Art Annual to be notified regarding details of coming exhibitions: 

October 15. — Pittsburg Artists' Association. 

October 20 to November 25. — Art Institute of Chicago ; oil paintings and 
sculpture by American artists. 

November. — Cincinnati Woman's Art Club. 

November. — Rhode Island School of Design, Providence ; paintings by Amer- 
ican artists. 

November i to November 30. — Society of Milwaukee Artists. 

November 5 to January i. — Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg. 

November 9 to November 28. — Pennsylvania Society of Miniature Painters, 
Philadelphia. 

November 16 to December 13. — Art Club of Philadelphia; oil paintings and 
sculpture. 

November 21 to December 13. — New York Water Color Club. 

November 23 to December 5. — Rochester Art Club. 

November 30 to December 15. — Washington Water Color Club. 

December. — Artists' Association of New Orleans. 

December. — Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. 

December. — Utah Art Institute, Salt Lake City. 

December i to December 14. — Woman's Art Club, New York. 

December 9. — American Art Society, Philadelphia; unframed water colors. 

December 15. — Water Color Society of Cleveland. 

December 28 to January 17. — Art Institute of Chicago, Society of Western 
Artists, opening of eighth annual circuit. 

December 28 to January 20. — Nebraska Art Association, Lincoln. 

January i to January 30. — Boston Art Club; oil paintings and sculpture. 

January 2 to January 30. — National Academy of Design, New York. 

January 14 to January 29. — T Square Club, Philadelphia. 

January' 23 to February 6. — American Society of Miniature Painters, New 
York. 

January 25 to March 5. — Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadel- 
phia; oil paintings, sculpture and miniatures. 

January 28 to February 27. — American Art Society, Philadelphia; oil paint- 
ings. 



PROPOSED EXHIBITIONS, 1903-1904- 273 

January 28 to March 2. — ^Art Institute of Chicago; work of artists of Chicago 

and vicinity. 
February. — Boston Society of Water Color Painters. 
February. — Brooklyn Art Club, New York. 
February. — New England Exhibition, Springfield, Mass. 
February. — Pen ana Pencil Club, Philadelphia. 
February. — Society of Illustrators, New York. 
February 12 to March . 13. — Art Club of Erie. 
February 13 to March 7. — Architectural League of New York. 
February 23. — Copley Society of Boston ; Whistler Exhibition. 
February 26 to March 12. — Boston Water Color Club. 
March. — Chicago Architectural Club. 
March. — Society of Washington Artists. 
March. — Washington Architectural Qub. 

March i. — World's Fair, St. Louis. Exhibits to be delivered before this date. 
March 27 to May i. — Society of American Artists, New York. 
March 28 to April 23. — Toledo Museum; arts and crafts. 
April. — American Water Color Society, New York. 
April. — Art Club of Philadelphia; water colors. 

April. — Art Institute of Chicago; water colors, pastels and miniatures. 
April. — Artists' Club of Denver. 

April. — Boston Art Club ; water colors, black and whites. 
April. — Cincinnati Chapter American Institute of Architects. 
April. — Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts. 
May. — Cincinnati Museum Association. 
May. — Society of Milwaukee Artists. 
May 2 to May 28. — Toledo Museum; water colors. 
May 28 to October. — Worcester Art Museum. 
June to October. — Poland Springs Art Gallery, South Poland. 
June. — Richmond (Ind.) Art Association. 
November. — Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg. 



2/4 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



* Indicates that no announcement for 1903-1904 has been received, 
t Statistics for 1900-1901. For further particulars write for circular. 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Departments. 



Abingdon, Va. 
Akron, Ohio... 
Alfred, N. Y.. 



tMartha Washington Col- 
lege. 

*Buchtel College, School of 
Art. 

Alfred University, New York 
State School of Clay Work- 
ing and Keramics. 



AUentown, 



College for 
De- 
fer 



Pa tAllentown 

Women. 

Arkadelphia, Ark *Onachita College, Art 

partment. 

Ashcville. N. C fAsheville College 

Young Women. 

Athens, Ala 'Athens Female College 

Athens, Ga University ©f Georgia 

tCoUegc of Notre Dame of 

Maryland. 
•Maryland Institute School of 

Art and Design. 
tThe Samuel Ready School. 

^Baylor Female College 

•University of Omaha, Belle- 
vue College. 

tUniversity of California 

tMoravian Seminary and 
College for Women. 

tBlairsville College 

Boston Art Club. Newbury 
and Dartmouth Streets. 



Baltimore. Md 

Baltimore. Md.. 

Baltimore. Md.. 

Belton, Tex 

Bellevue, Neb.. 

Berkeley, Cal.. 
Bethlehem. Pa. 



Blairsville, Pa. 
Boston, Mass.. 



Boston, Mass. 
Boston. Mass. 

Boston, Mass. 



Charles F. Binns. 



Alpheus B. Kenyon, M.S. 
Albert R. Crandall, Ph.D. 



Fannie Shelton, 



Director and Profesao 
Keramic Technology.. 



Art Teacher. 



Ephraim Keyset. 
Helen J. Rowe.. 
Jessie S. Flynt,. 



Modelling 

Director 

Art Teacher. 



Boston, Mass. 
Boston. Mass.. 



Boston. Mass. 



Boston Architectural Club 

14 Somerset street. 
Copley Society, Grundmann 

Stuaios. 

Eric Pape School of Art, 
corner Massachusetts .\ve- 
nue and Boylston Street. 

Evening School of Design.. 

tMassachusetts Institute of 
Technology, Department of 
Architecture 



Eric Pape 

Marion L,. Peabody 

Joseph F. Keman 

Elizabeth R. Withington. 
Vesper L. George 



Francis W. Chancellor. 



Castner. 



'Massachusetts Institute of Charles 
Technology, Lowell School 
of Practical Drawing. 

Massachusetts Normal Art (teorge H. Bartlett. 
School, comer Exeter and- Albert H. Munsell. 
Newbury streets. IE. W. D. Hamilton. 

Ernest L. Major 

Joseph Dc Camp... 

.\nson K. Cross 

Richard Andrew 

Mercy A. Bailer... 

Vesper L. Geori^.. 

Lanrin H. Martin. 

CWorge Jcpson 

ICttus E. Datlin.-.- 

! Annie E. Blake... 

j Ralph E. SawTcr... 

I Mary G. Ratckdor. 

John U. Frisbie 



Director 

Principal. 
Director 

Director 



Principal, Lecturer......! 

Drawing, Painting 

Drawing, Painting 

Drawing. Painting 

Painting 

Drawing. Perspective...* 

Persp|ective 

Drawing, Water Color.. 

Desi^ 

Applied Design 

Mci^anica] Drawing.... 

ModeBins 

Modelling and Casting.. 

Architectural Drawing.. 

Methods of Teaching... 

[Ship Draughting 



SCHOOL REPORTS, 



275 



X Course is given, but number of pupils not furnished. 

[M. T.] bracketed under column of Applied Arts signifies Manual Training. 



22 



a 

a 
< 




27 



2 

I • - • 

X 



X 



[M. T.] 



14 





. • • • 


X 


X 








X 



SB 



U 

X 
20 
X 
30 



15 

X 



10 



326 



Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



18 



25 Vols. 



50 Vols 



Sept. 28, 1903. 

to 
May 28. 1904. 



1,800 Vols 
900 ('hotOH 
6 000 Slides. 



Notes. 



Established by the Laws of New York Sute, 1900. 
Tuition free to residents of the State; to others, 
|50 for the year. Course of four vears leads to a 
degree. A two years* course is also offered. 



Three prizes awarded. 



Day and night classes, nominal fee. Annual ap- 
propriation of $9,000 from the city. 
Secondary school. 




Open to members and free students recommended 
by members. Thomas Allen, Chairman of Com- 
mittee. (See page 159.) 

(See Report of Club, page 159, for classes open to 
members.) 

(See Report of Society, page 162, for classes open 
to members.) 



One meeting a week, held at the Boston Public 

Library. 
Work is examined by jury from Boston Society of 

Architects. 



Collection of casts is deposited at Museum of Fine 
Arts. 



Sept. 22, 1908, Its purpose is to train teachers and supervisors of 
to { industrial art. Four years' course leading to 

June, 1904. i diploma. 

A special course for Public School Teachers. Tui- 
j tion is free to students residing within the State 
who intend teaching in the Public Schools. 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



Cimbiidgc. Ma. 



C»rlj 



t Pol let Coll 



T.^i- 



irvsrd Univcrsily. Dep»rt- 
menl ol Archilcclurr. Ncl- 
■on Robinson Jixnior Hall, 



Frank 


W. Benson 


A 


N 


A- 












Edwsrd W. Emer 


on 


M 


D. 




B. H«(llo 
o*ard Walk 

























DEPAftTUENTS. 







piiiaiA, r. 


Ssfe*" 


n Can 












Dlrrctot Dep 


. ol Df«|« 



Chappetl Kill. T< 
Chatlrilon, S. C. 
Charlollr. N. C. 



Harvard Univer.ilv, Thijif , g. Shal. 
, Lawrence Scienlific School.lJ L. Love 

la Univerrilv Hall. ■"■ 

•Blackburn U^ivcrsit^.. 

tWilson College 

tCbappell Hill Femile 



Eliiabelh College... 
haiitauqus Summer 
Department o< Art. 




, dbI Art.. 
Henry J. Biket 

Helen Wariy///^"'.y/]i^^'Wl^y/^'.'.'."'. 
" Ptt-kini^ [MadeUioK. PottBiy... 



Frank j. Siniord .DenEn, Ptintiac 

Sara Wood-SaSwd Keramua 

- ill P. Laoe Bcndi Work. Pnnrilsn.. 

.....1! A. Spalding..-- Ltaiher and Bsd Ww*.. 

Harold Fry IWood Cariiu. 

Clarindl C. Ricbirdi FookbindiiiB 

Tun V. In^am Fire Etcbins and BukMn 

J. BcRle AVnold .Riiketrr '...'. 

Mr* Ava M. Froetidi Noraul Art. 

"mrce E. Enen .Btskctry 

,da Van S. E&rti» Melhodi 



SCHOOL REPORTS. 



277 



ae 






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r 




n 


< 


a . 


•mm 


V 


S 2 


a 


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(E4 


3 2 

03^ 


< 




tfi 



Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



^y 



83 



11 



50 



27 
14 

22 
62 

y 

220 



8S 



154 



38 



88 



276 



X 
27 
12 



10 



Oct. 6, 1908. 

to 
June, 1904. 



Oct. to June. 



Oct to June 

and 
July and Aug, 



276 



July and Aug. 



NbTES. 



Ten scholarships for free tuition are awarded each 
year. Paige Travelling Scholarship of $800 a 
year for two years. Sears Prizes, $50 each for 
drawing from cast, drawing from nude and oil 

Eortrait. Thayer Prizes, $160 in three prizes for 
►epartmcnt of Decorative Design. Helen Ham- 
blin Scholarship, one year's tuition and $100. 
Kimball Prizes, $150 in three prizes for Depart- 
ment of Modelling. Evening classes, scholar- 
ships, medals and prizes. Fee, $90 for the season 
of three terms. Council of the School — ^Thomas 
Allen, A. N. A., Chairman; Charles Lowell. 
Treasurer; Lois L. Howe, Secretary. 
Three years' course. Fees, $100 a year. 



Seven prizes are awarded annually. The school 
has a scholarship at the Art Students* League 
of New York and one at Pratt Institute, Brook- 
lyn. Fees, $17 to $60 for the year. 



The Robinson Hall of Architecture (a gift) has 
been erected at a cost of $200,000. The President 
and Fellows have established from the Nelson 
Robinson, Jr., Memorial Fund the Nelson Rob- 
inson, Jr., Travelling Scholarship in Architec- 
ture of $1,000 annually. 



$100,000 bequest of Mr. Gibbs to the Charleston 
Art School and the Woman's Library. 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



W, J. Reynolds..., 

OrsDO Lowell 

Tpbn W. Norton.. 
Emnm ». Church. 



Carl ] 



Wn, 



Chicago, III... 



.. The An Insii 



Robert Kilticit. 

C F. Ryder 

F, I, Dictes- 

iLouia M. Caaklcy 

t- M«. T. Vemclte Mora 

Jaroea H. Wion 

C. Giylord Moni 

Qara F. Ford 

, iMbel Methven 

i-W, M. H. French 

John H. Vandemoel. . . 

Frederick W. Freer, A. 

-aroline D. Wide. 

:nella Benedict 

rederic C. Banlett.... 



" Director A 



.. Drain 



ir Canposiciao 

,. . IIhi«niK>n.. 

..Life, Aatiouc 

!! Uttl Antique.'.'!''. 



! Art InttUuie of Chicai 
echnoloey). Departmer 



* J. Millet 

Albert Fleury 

Femand Moreau 

lBm« William Pattiion... 

Walter M. Clule 

Nellie V. Walker 



W. t. Meyer.... 

,i. W. M. R." Ftenc 

■"■reanelle Buckley 
^utan Leimtng.. 

Mary C. Scuvel. 

;Hie Bennett.. 
. W. Speei.... 

iclor C. Alder! 
..■her F. Shatli 
Birch B. Long.. 
A. Otis. 



(ctor, Lectuier 



r mdPe' 



. . Water Color Ben 



SCHOOL REPORTS. 



279 



« 




■ 


*» 




CfS 


u 

< 


u 




•0 


< 


6 . 


V 


a 


6 1 


a 

a 


c 


3 2 


f < 




C/5 



Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



Notes. 



482 



500 



820 



102 



1J24 



• ••••• I 



X 



219 



All year. 



8,000 Vols. 
16,000 Auto- 
types. 



220 



Oct. 6, 1903, to 
June 3, 1904. 



Sept. 28. 1903. 

to 
June 18, 1904. 

Summer. 
July 6, 1904, 

to 
Sept. 28, 1904. 



The best drawings of the students are sent to the 
concours of the Julian Academy in Paris for 
criticism. Gold medal entitling to one year's 
scholarship is awarded on the 10th of March 
of each year. Meyer-Both prize, $50. Walter 
Wicker prize, $20. 

Each department is a separate school in charge 
of a Director with assistants. Fee, $10 to $20 
for term of eleven weeks. Several scholarships. 
Summer school at South Haven, Mich. 

The School received gold medals at the Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition at Buffalo and Charleston Ex- 
positions. Scholarships, Woman's Qub, three 
years' tuition to graduate of Chicago High 
School ; next examination, June, 1906. Individual 
promotion. Fee, $5 to $25 per term of twelve 
weeks. Courses in Applied Arts have been estab- 
lished, also a Normal Art Course. A Saturday 
class has been established in Basketry and 
Weaving. 

Several courses of Lectures. 

Gari Melchers was non-resident professor, 1901- 
1902; Will H. Low for 1902-1903. 



Sept. 22, 1903,1 

to 
June 16, 1901 



to 
June 16. 1904. 



Sent '2 1903 The School is carried on jointly by the Art Insti- 
' tute of Chicago, W. M. K. French, Director, and 
the Armour Institute of Technologic F. W. Gun- 
saulus. President. The following Committee of 
Architects will aid the students with counsel and 
criticism: D. H. Bumham, H. V. D. Shaw, J. G. 
Rogers, Chas. S. Frost, Qias. A. Coolidge and 
Alfred H. Granger. 
The regular course of study is four years, but 
there is also a two years' course. Fees, $26 for 
each of the three terms constituting the school 



vear. 



28o 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



City. 




Instructors. 



Departments. 



Chicago, III ItChicago Manual Training 

School. 

Chicago, 111 Chicago'Sloyd School 

Chicago, 111 tLewis Institute 




Chicago, 111 Longwood Art Industry, 

Longwood, Chicago. 



Chicago, 111 

Cincinnati, (Jhio. 



•The School of Illustration, 

26 Van Buren Street. 
Art Academy, Eden Park... 



George Noble Carman, 
George L. Schreiber. . . 



F. Holme 

Thomas S. Noble. 



Frank Duveneck.. 
Vincent Nowottny. 



L. H. Meakin 

William H. Fry 

Clement J. Barnhorn. 
Caroline A. Lord 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 



Kate R. Miller... 
Henrietta. Wilson. 
Anna Riis 



The Ohio Mechanics Insti- Samuel Hannaford. F.A.I. A. 
tute. 



Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cleveland. Ohio. 



Louis E. Eid. M. E... 

John Zettel 

John H. Johansmann., 

Valentine Bonhajo 

!Mrs. Henrictte VVessel, 



'. Frederick Wilhelm . . 
1 Rudolph Wilhelm... 
I Charles M. Knoche. 



College Park, Ga 

Colorado Springs, Col. 



tCase School of .\pplied 

Science. 
Cleveland Schogl of Art, 1001 Georgie L. Norton 

Willson Avenue. 

Frederick C. Gottwald. 



Principal — Painting and ) 

History ^ 

Painting and Drawing — 
Louis Rohrheimer iDesign and Modelling 



Director 



Director 
Director 

Director 



Chairman of Faculty— Di 
ing and Painting 

Painting 

Drawing, Painting and . 
atomy 

Drawing and Painting... 

Wood Carving 

Modelling 

Preparatory Drawing a 
Painting 

Preparatory, O il s 

Preparatory, Water Coloi 

Keramics and Design — 

Dean of Architectural 
partment. Lecturer 
Architecture 

Architectural Engineerini 

Architectural Desigii 

Architectural Drawing... 

Lithographic Designing... 

Embroidery, Art Nc© 
work 

Modelling, Wood Carving 

Modelling 

Wood Carving 



tSouthern Female College... 
•School of Art and Design. 
Colorado College. 



I Horace E. Potter. 

Nina V. Waldeck. 

May Ames iWatcr Color. 

1 Caroline B. Vorce Anatomy .... 



Design 
Antique 



Columbia, Mo 'tChristian College 



Columbia, Mo tStephens College 

Columbia, S. C tColumbia Female College 

Columbia, S. C ^ Presbyterian College for 

Women. 
Columbus, Ohio iColyxnbus Art_School, Capi-John E. Hussey j Director, 



toi Square, East. 



Columbus, Ohio 'Ohio State University, De- 

I partment of Architecture. 

Cuthbert. Ga it Andrew Female College 



Modelling a i 



Drawing 

Edna Owings Decorative Design 

.\lbert C. Pauley Painting 

Mary D. Gilbert Water Color and Drawing 



Charlene Erb, 



China Painting. 



J. N. Bradford iProfessor in charge. 



SCHOOL REPORTS, 



281 



§ -8 
I 1 

< < 



6 . 
6 o 



Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



Notes. 



133 
;[M. T.] 

I X 
, 200 

:IM Ti 
16 



87 
15 

X 
X 



[M.Tl 



24 



36 



860 Vols. 

Over 2,000 
Vols, in 
Museum. 



All year. 

Sept. 28, 1903, 

to 

Mav 28. 1904. 

Summer. 

June 15 to 

Aug. 24, 1904. 



Secondary and Collegiate. 



This School aims to establish a unity of interests 
between Art Education and Industry. The Fine 
and Industrial Art Students are under the per- 
sonal supervision of the Director. 

Fee, $5 to $10 per month. 

$050 spent in scholarships. Fee, $5 to $25 for win- 
ter term, $15 to $20 for summer term. The School 
is a department of the Cincinnati Museum. J. H. 
Gest is Director of both. 



Oct. to April. 
July and Aug. 



208 



100 Vols. 



Evening and Day Classes. Fee, $6 for each study 



per term of three 
established in 1828. 



months. The School was 



Sept. 22. 1903.1 Four scholarships are awarded, one being for a 
i to I year's tuition in the New York School of Art; 

June 1, 1904. also, prize of $100. Fee for regular course, $40 

to $G0 for the year; special classes, $10 to $50. 
Evening School. 





X 


• • • • 




17 
15 



12 



12 



34 



30 
134 



September to 
June. 



September to 
May. 



October to 
May. 



500 Vols. 



)5 



1 September to 
June. 



Sessions and exhibitions are held in the Perkins 

Fine Arts Building. 
Fee — Complete course, daily, per year, $100; single 

lesson, $2. 



Fee from $15 for term of 36 lessons in Painting 
to $4 for 24 Saturday lessons in Drawing. 

New York Art Students' League Scholarship 
awarded. 



A four years* course leading to a degree. 
Instruction received from fifteen teachers, who are 
also connected with other departments. 



282 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



Cmr. 




Instructors. 



Departments. 



Dallas. N. C |t(iaston College 

Dallas, Tex | tSchool of Fine Arts 

Danville I^ itCaldwelf College 

I )e Land, Fla John B. Stetson University. . 

Denver, Col ifManual Training, High 

I School. 

Denver, Col | Students' School of Art, 1 427 

i Broadway. 

*Academy oi Art, Library 

Building 

•Detroit Art Acac^emy, 20 

Elast Grand Circus Park. 
Detroit Art School, 4 Adams 

avenue, West. 
East Gloucester Sketching 

Classes. 
Art School, Upper Iowa 
University. 
Fayette, Mo fHoward Payne College 



Des Moines, Iowa 

Detroit, Mich 

Detroit, Mich 

East Gloucester, Mass.. 
Fayette, Iowa 



Fort Washington, Pa 

Fort Wayne, Ind 



Franklin, Tenn 

Frederick, Md 

French Camp, Miss. 



Frank Reaugh 

W. * A." Sharp*. '. '. ! '. '. '. *. '.'.'.'. 
Charles A. Bradley 

Henry Read 

Charles C. Cummings. 



Director 



Director 
Director 

Director 

Director 



T. W. Gies 

Francis P. Paulus 

Alice Guysi 

Teanette Guysi. 

Wilbur Dean Hamilton. 



Mrs. Caroline M. Lukin. 
Mrs. Lukin-Patterson 



Director 

Drawing and Painting.... 

Director 

Drawing and Painting — 
Instructor 

Drawing and Painting — 
Drawing and Painting.... 



Fulton, Mo 

Gaffney, S. C 

(lainesville, Ga — 
Gallatin, Tenn — 
Greenville, S. C... 
Hagcrstown. Md.. 
Harrodsbuij:, Ky. 
Hartford, Conn... 



Hartford. Conn. 



*Darby School of Painting., 

Fort Wayne Art School As 
sociation, West Wayne 
street. 

tTennessee Female College 

tWoman's College 

tCentral Mississippi Insti- 
tute. 

tSynodical Female College.. 

tLimestone College 

•Brenau College 

tHoward Female College 

t(;reenville Female College.. 

tKee Mar College 

tBeaumont College 

The Art Society, Athenaeum 
Building. 

Connecticut League of Art 
Students, Ballerstein Build- 
ing. 



Thomas P. Anschutz — 
Hugh H. Breckenridge. 
Dr. A. E. Bulson 



Painting . 
Painting . 
President 
Alma Moessner llnstructor 



Hickory, N. C. 
Hillsdale. Mich. 



Hollins. Va 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ipswich, Mass 



tClaremont Female College.. 
•Art Department, Hillsdale 
College. 

tHollins Institute 

John Herron Art Institute... 
Ipswich Summer School 



Ithaca. N. Y. 



College of Architecture, Cor- 
nell University. 



William M. Chase, N. A. 

Walter Griffin 

Charles Noel Flagg 

Thomas J. Connolly 

E. K. Root, M. D 

Robert B. Brandegee 



George B. Gardner. 



J. Ottis Adams 

Arthur W. Dow 

Ralph H. Tohonnot 

Grace A. Cornell 

Althea Harmer 

John V. Van Pelt, A.A.I.A. 



Charles Babcock, A. M. 

.\lbert C. Phelps 

R. Harold Shreve 

Olaf M. Brauner 

Clarence A. Martin 



Advanced Painting.. 
Preparatory Classes. 

Director 

Perspective 

Anatomy 

Painting 



Director 



Hiram S. Gutsell. B.P.. A.M 
Eugene P. .\ndrews, A.B.... 



Jackson, Miss.. 
Jackson, Tenn. 



iacksonville. III.... 
Cansas Gty, Mo., 



tBelhaven College for Young 

Ladies. ' 
^Memphis Conference Fe- " 

male Institute. 

tlllinois Woman*? College 

tManual Training H i g h Gilbert D. Morrison Director 

School. 



LJireCior. ................... 

Painting and Comppsitioi 



Professor in charge. I 

turer on Desi^ 

Professor Emeritus. 

History of Architecture... 
Elements of Architecttire. 
Drawing, History of Art. 
j Perspective and Consti 

I tion 

iDrawing and Applied Af 
I Archaeology, Curator of 1 
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SCHOOL REPORTS. 



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Sessions. 


Notes. 






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Oct. to May. 
June to Sept. 

Oc,c,ber to 


per month. 


















fo'r Night to VH lor Day- 
Pee. t£D per mtinth., Shclches made from the 
Two priies awarded. 








I 




June and July 




X 


16 
10 


50 Vol,. 




June to Octo. 

October to 
"june. "* 






P. A. ^. A. 






SO 

10 

20 

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profei'sioiial artists. Studios open from sunrise 

CoSnt' in English, etc.. offered by Trinity College. 
Entrance lee. %i; class ticket. $3 per month. 




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Sept. iS, 1003. 

June 18, IBM. 


Basketry, Potter.. Te«tile. and Engravings, 
Fee.W ^ 






a) 

16 

t2 
081 






lure. Course in Archnlogy and History of An, 
and PaintitiB. 
Begular lour years' course leading to degree of 
Bachelor of Architecture; two years' course tor 

Travellins Fellowship of $£,000: resident Fellow- 
ship of $600: prize awarded by N. Y. Central 
Chapter of A. I. A.; two medal*. 










Secondary School. 




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284 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Departmekts. 



Rents Hill, Me. 



Knoxvillc, 111.. 
La Grange, Ga. 
La Grange Ga. 
Lawrence, Kan. 



Lexington. Mo. 
Lexingon. Mo. 
Liberty, Mo — 
Lincoln, Neb.. 



Lindsborg, Kan... 
Los Anfrcles, Cal. 



Louisburg, N. C. 
Lowell, Mass 



Lutherville, Md 

Macatawa Bay. Mich. 

Macon, Ga 

Manchester, N. H — 



Marion, Ala 

Marion, Va 

Mechanicsburg. Pa. 
Meridian. Miss 



Merom, Sullivan County, 

Ind 

Mexico, Mo 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Milwaukee, Wis 



Minneapolis, Minn. 



Minneapolis, Minn. 
Mont Eagle, Tenn. . 



tMaine Wesleyan Seminary 
and Female College. 

tSt. Mary's School 

tLa Grange Female College. 

tSouthern Female College... 

* School of Fine Arts, Kan- 
sas State University. 

tBaptist Female College 

tCentral Female College 

t Liberty Ladies' College 

School of Fine Arts, Univer- 
sity of Nebraska. 

Art Department, Bethany 
College. 

Los Angeles College of Fine 
Arts, University of South- 
ern California. 



tLouisbun? Female College. 
jLowell Textile School 



William A. Griffith. 
Sydney Prentice 



Sara S. Havden 

Henrietta M. Brock, 



fMaryland College for 

Women. 
*Summer School of Draw- 
ing and Painting. 
tWesleyan Female College... 
Manchester Institute of Arts 

and Sciences. 
tMarion Female Seminary.. 

tMarion Female College 

tirving Female College 

tEast Mississippi Female 

College. 
•Art Department, Union 

Christian College. 

tHardin College 

Art Students' Xeague 

Milwaukee — Downer College, 

Art Department. 
The Minneapolis School of 

Fine Arts, Public Library 

Building. 



Birger Sandzen 

Oskar Jakobson 

William L. Judson 

Madge McAllister Wood. 

Walter H. Judson 

Alfred Champ 

Eleanor M. Grosser 

Arietta M. Wagner 

Elizabeth M. Abbott 



William W. Crosby. 
Vesper L. George. . , 



Frank F. Frederick. 
Charles F. Browne.. 



Director and 
Keramics . . . 



Instructo 



Director and Instructo 



Dean 

Painting . . . 
Architecture 

Drawing 

Painting 

Modelling .. 
Design 



Director . 
Instructor 



W. E. Burbank. 



University of Minnesota — 
Mont Eagle, Chautauqua.. 



Morgantown, W. Va. . . 

Mount Vernon. Iowa... 

Muncie, Ind 

Muskegon, Mich 

Nashville, Tenn 

Nashville, Tenn tBoscobel College 

Nashville, Tenn t Ward Seminary 

Natchez, Miss tStaunton College for Young 

1 Ladies. 



Art Department, West Vir- 
ginia University. 

School of Art, Cornell Col- 
lege. 

Palmer University. Art De- 
partment. 

tHackley Manual Training 
School. 

Nashville Art School 



Sadie S. Fairfield. 



Alexander Mueller 

Emily Parker Groom, 



Robert Koehler 

Mary M. Cheney 

Georgia M. Rees 

Mabel Free 

Gustav Goetsch , 

Mrs. M. A. Helmick 

Dr. E. R. Hare 

L. S. Buffington 

Henriette Clopath , 

Mrs. John B. Sherwood. 

W. A. Sharp 

Matilda Vanderpoel 

Mrs. S. Frackleton 

William J. Leonard 

Eva E. Hubbard 

H. A. Mills 



Ada E. Marsh 

Ernest P. Chapin 

John B. Longman 

Fannie May Longman. 



Director 

Drawing and Painting. 



Instructor 



Painting 



Director. . . 
Instructor 



Director and Instructor 

Decorative Design 

Children's Class 

Children's Class 

Saturday Night. 

Wood Carving 

Anatomy 

Perspective 

Instructor in Art 

Director and Lecturer.. 

Painting 

Normal Work 

Applied Arts. 

Instructor 



Director 
Dean ... 
Director 
Director 



SCHOOL REPORTS. 



285 





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School, 1908. 


Art 
Library. 

1 


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Notes. 


i 


32 

20 
13 
26 




1 

1 
1 

300 Vols. 
500 Vols. 


September to 
June. 

Sept. 2. 1903, 

to 
June 4. 1904. 














, 








1 


85 

17 

84 

156 

25 
111 

16 
46 

10 

73 

X 

19 
17 
20 
24 

X 

40 

24 

171 

X 
70 

178 


35 

25 

X 
10 




..r "* 




1 




X 


Fees, $10 to $25 per semester. 


1 

1 

1 


Fee, $15 for six weeks. 


• 1 

• 

1 


. ■ • « ■ 

150 


. 


■ 
■ 

Sept 14. 1903, 
to 

May 14,1904. 

June 13 to 
Aug. 13, 1904. 

July to Sept. 


■ i 

i 




•j 

4 

1 
< 

1 
i 

. 35 


Scholarship in New York School of Art and eight 
in the school. Fees, $12 to $30 for the term. 

• 


1 


• 
> • 






Department opened Autumn, 1903. 


172 

[M. T.] 

• • • • • • 


168 

10 
84 
31 




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AMERICA:!* ART ASSUAL, 



Cnr, 



Kame A3n> Amzss. 



Depaktmeni 



ffer»d^ Mo 

Newark, N. J 

New Harea, C^tmi. 
New Haven, 0>m>. 



K^5ttey College for Yoanc 

Ladies. 
-^Newarlc Tedbnieai ScbooL.. Qiaries A. Colton. 



Director 



-i-Boardmasn Wannal Tram- Hiomas W. Mather Director 

jn^ Higii Sciiooi. • 

Yale School of die F i n e Tolm F. Weir, N. A. Director and Paint 

Arts, Yale UnrrenzTf. James M. Hoppin, Prof. Em. History of Art 

John H. Xiemej-er Drawing 

John P. C Foster, M- D Anatomy 

Frank C Boardman. B.F. A. Modelling 

Geo. H. Langxettel, B.F. A.. Drawing and Curat 

G. Albert Thompson, B.F. A. Painting 

Joline B. Smith Decorative Design. 



New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La.. 



New York 



l^Jew York. 



New York. 
New York, 



Newcomb Art School. New- Ellsworth Woodward- Director 

comb College, lf20 Wash- Gertrude R. Smith Drawing, Painting, 

ington Avenue. Mary G. Sheer er Pottery and Keram 

Katherine Kopman Drawing 

William Woooward I Drawing and Paint 

.-Vmelie Roman (Drawing 

John P. Pemberton j Drawing 

•Department of Architecture, William Woodward Director 

Tulane L'niversity. "W B. Gregory 



Adelphi College, Lafayette T. B. Whittaker 

Avenue, Borough of Brook- Ixjuise Both-Hendrikscn. 
lyn- 'Anna G. Morse 



The Art Students* League of Kenyon Cox. N. A 
New York, 215 West 57th Edwin C. Taylor 
Street, Borough of Man 
hattan. 



Douglas Volk. N. A 

Charles C. Cunran, A.N.A.. 

Walter Appleton Clark 

Frank V. DuMond, A.N. A. 

H. A. MacNcil 

Henry Hombostel 

George B. Bridgman 

Frederick Dielman, P.N. A. 

Fred. C. Yohn , 

Henry Reuterdahl 

Will Howe Foote 



•Brooklyn Art School. 174 
Montague street. Brooklyn. 

Columbia University, School 
of Architecture. West 116th 
street, Manhattan. 



Superintendent, Pa 

History of Art 

Drawing 



Antique, Life and 

Antique 

Portrait 

Antique 

Illustration, Compi 
Life, Portrait, Con 

Sculpture 

Architecture 

Life 

Perspective 

Illustration 

Illustration 

Life 



Joseph H. Boston 

William R. Ware, LL.D.... 

A. D. F. Hamlin, A.M 

Frank D. Sherman^ Ph.B... 

Ai , iv. ivress. A. M. ».. 

Charles A. Harriman 

Alfred H. Gumaer, S.B 

H. F. Hombostel, Ph.B 

Edward R. Smith, A.B 



Director 



Head of Departme 

Architecture 

Architecture 

Curator and Lecti 

Drawing 

{Lecturer on Desig 
Lecturer on Desie 
Curator. Avery Lil 



SCHOOL REPORTS, 



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Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



Notes. 



63 

[M. T.] 
535 

[M. T.] 



119 



• ••••' 



15 
10 

326 



X 



1,000 



1,000 Vols. 



229 Vols.. 
235 Photo- 
graphs. 



100 Vols. 



125 



700 Vols. 



Sept. 24, 1903, 

to 
June 1, 1904. 



Oct. 1,1903, 

to 
June 3, 1904. 



Sept. to June. 



Oct. 6, 1903, 

to 
May 28, 1904. 

June 1 to 
Oct. 1,1904. 



900 Vols. 

and Avery 

Library. 

(See page 208.) 



Oct. to June. 



Secondary School. 



Traveling Fellowships of $1,000 a year for two 
years. Two Weir Scholarships. Regular course 
is three years;' advanced studies lead to degree 
of B. A. Prizes of $50, $10, $10 and $5. Fee, $30 
for the term of three months in Day Classes, $6 
a month Evening Classes. 

(For Exhibitions, see page 197.) 



There is a fully equipped Pottery (mark N. C), 
also a Department of Textiles. Normal course 
of four years leads to a diploma. Permanent Art 
Gallery. Fee, $15 for term of twelve weeks. 



Linton-Surget Art Gallery. Department of Archi- 
tectural Engineering at College of Technology. 



Fee, $10 to $15 for term of ten weeks. Evening 
Classes, $2. Gold and silver medals in each 
class. Courses in the Art School and the 
College have been combined so as to form a 
Normal Course. Fee, $75 for the year. 

Evans Prize of $50 for encouragement of the 
practical side of art; Saltus Prize, $50, for best 
drawing in Antique Classes. Prize of $75 for 
the best work and $25 for best composition in 
Day and Evening Sculpture Classes during sea- 
son 1903-1904. 

Ten scholarships offered, competition open to all 
Art Schools and Art Departments of Colleges, 
except New York City, to be held May, 1904; 
drawings to reach the League not later than 
May 1, 1904; scholarship crvtitles to free tuition 
in one class of the League during 1904-5. Scholar- 
ships consisting of free tuition in all classes the 
following season will be awarded for the best 
work done in each class. Special Saturday 
Classes have been formed. Fee, from $20 to $70 
for the winter term of eight months. Summer 
term, ^18 and $-0. 

(See article on the Art Students' League of New 
York, page 205.) 

Columbia Fellowship, $1,300; McKim Fellowship, 
$2,000, awarded in alternate years, next in 1905. 
Perkins Fellowship, interest of a bequest of 
$5,000, awarded every fourth year, beginning 1902. 
Eighteen thousand photographs, 10,(X)0 lantern 
slides. Metropolitan Museum architectural casts 
and drawings from Ecole des Beaux-Arts for 
use of students. 

Four years' course leading to degree of Bachelor 
of Science. University Extension Lectures free 
to students; others, $10. Students in drawing 
from antique can attend classes at the National 
Academy of Design. Fee, candidates for degree, 
$200. 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



Name and Address. 



Depaktuents. 



i'is. tKsl'^TMth. 



urlo R. Kid 
'ill S. Rabma 
ar^ Rogira.. 



D- t F- A t! 


Uireclor. Manual tr 


li^ 









let A. Iliuheack. . . 

li A. PareoDi 

Ceeige S. Keilogi Curator. Educalional 

N. M. BuUer, Ph.D.. I-L.D.II^sideni 



, „. „»Bia GiHord, N. A iDirec 

School. Miry A. Vmlon iPrini 

Douglas Volk. Nj\ Pont 

■Villard L. Mclealf Lite 

I ■N. St. John Harper. A-N..\. Cast 

lEliMbelh A. TallMi.. D«i( 

Ho»itd C. Chn.l, ..IlLual 

Mr.. Mary C. B. Elli. .Cray 

Frederick Dietman. P N'.A..|Pers[ 



nd Cast Drawi 



riii 



Free -Coo 



IF' 

. , tGenira 



Charle. A, Mitcht 
John A. McDoug 
Edward Ehrle.... 
JoLin E. Howe... 



T J. McHrid 
re^Shom™. 



■ ■!Cam posit ioi 
. 'Modelling 



York. Ids East 



. Leather Work.. 



< York.. 
F York., 
r York.. 



. . IHeh 



..1M 



he Evelyn Nort 
try, 218 West J 

Lial Trair 

Ivn, 

Manhattan Collei 

ational Acaden 





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Mary A. Neal 

iS^ar"s. Barney.-' 

ISri?j:°",":::: 

Charlei D. Larkins 




-China Decorsliona. W. 
















ng High 
of Brook 


- Assistant Dirtetor 






RdR.r M, Ward. N 


K 






- Antique and Still Life... 

































SCHOOL REPORTS. 



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Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



Notes. 



X 
[M. T.] 



364 



821 



2,872 



20 

, [M, T.] 



150 



92 84 

[M. T.l 



I 



Books and 

Lantern 

Slides. 




September 
May. 



to 



September 
May. 



to 



Professional School for the training of teachers 
and supervisors. Fee, $160 per year. 



Includes School of Architecture, Department of 
Music, Department of Fine Arts at Teachers* 
College. Courses of free lectures established 
1902-1903. 

Students earned during the year $12,926.18. Num- 
ber of applicants, 463. Several cash prizes. All 
tuition is free. 



228 

[M. T.] 



' 1.155 
[M. T.] 



Instruction exclusively for men, except Architec- 
tural Drawing, when women also are admitted. 
Several cash prizes. Applications must be made 
between July 16 and December 31. Nuniber of 
applicants 1902-3 was 3,291. All tuition is free. 



Secondary School, 



Workshops and Salesrooms. 



228 



1.188 



' Secondary School. 

Oct. to May. | Fee, $40 a month. 

I 
1 Secondary School. 



682 Vols. 



Oct. 6, 1903, 

to 

May 7, 1904. 

June to Aug. 



School Committee — Irving R. Wiles, Herbert 
Adams, Will H. Low. 

Suydam and Elliot medals for drawing in Life and 
Antique Schools. Cannon Prize, $100, for oil 
paintmg from nude; Hallgarten Prizes, $60 and 
$40 in Fainting and $60 and $40 in Composition; 
Baldwin Prizes, $60 and $26 for Etching; Lang- 
dqfi Prizes, $60, $26 and $16 for coin and medal 
designing. Students can attend classes in Archi- 
tecture at Columbia University. 



290 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Department 



New York. 



New York School of Applied 
Design for Women, 200 
West 23d Street, Manhat- 
tan. 



New York, 



New York, 
New York, 



Ellen J. Pond 

Charles £. Kinkead 

T. Henry Randall 

Helen P. Johnstone 

B. West Clinedinst. N.A. 

Henry L. Parkhurst 

Edward P. Sperry 



Xew York School of Art, 
57 West 57th Street, Man- 
hattan. 



•Polytechnic Institute, Liv- 
ingston street, Brooklyn. 

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 
Department of Fine Arts. 



Ruth Robinson 

Frances Walker 

Catherine F. Tucker 

Miss Van Valkenburgh 

Ethel Tucker 

Nannie D. Screven 

Rome K. Richardson 

Doug:las John Connoh 

William M. Chase, N.A.... 

Robert Henri 

F. Luis Mora 

Kenneth Hayes Miller 

Howard Chandler Christy. 

Rae Bredin 

Theodora W. Thayer 

Susan F. Bissell 



Superintendent 

Wall Paper 

Architecture 

Silk 

Illustration 

Historic Ornament. 
Conventionalization, 

Glass 

Interior Decoration 

Water Color 

Water Color 

Elementary Departn 
Elementary Departn 
Elementary Departn 

Hook Covers 

Director and Instrv 
Drawing and Painti 
Painting and Comp< 

Water Color 

Drawing and Comp< 
Illustration 



Walter Scott Perry. 



Arthur W. Dow 

Henry Prellwitz 

Ida C. Haskell 

Otto Walter Beck.... 
Hermon A. MacNeil. 

H. L. Parkhurst 

Willard D. Paddock. 

Alvan C. Nye 



C. Franklin Edminster 

Ethelyn Fenner Shaurman. 

Katharine E. Shattuck 

Dora Miriam Norton 

Moritz Loeffler 



Miniatures 

Children's class. 



Joseph Aranyi. 



Ralph H. Johonnot 

Lina Eppendorf 

Anna S. Fisher 

Philip Merz 

F. C. L. von der Laucken. 

Charles W. Coan 

Frank H. Pierce 



Director Dcpartmen 

Arts, Lecturer 

Composition and D 

Drawing 

Drawing and Painti 

Illustration 

Modelling 

Drawing and Desis 
Drawing, 'Anatc 

Modelling 

Architectural and 1 

Design 

Architectural Drawi 

Water Color 

Normal Training . . . 

Drawing 

Wood Carving, L 

Carving 

Metal Chasing, Die 

Enamelling 

Design 

Basketry and Weav 

Water Color 

Design 

Drawing 

Architectural Draw 
Normal Manual Tr 



New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 



Russell Illustration Classes, 
Carnegie Hall. Broadway 
and 57th Street, Manhat- 
tan. 

School of Decorative and Ap- 
plied Art. 23 West 67th 
btreet, Manhattan. 

The Society of Beaux-Arts 
Architects. 



'Young Women's Christian 
Association, 5 East 15th 
Street, Manhattan. 



John W. Russell. 



Elisa A. Sargent. 



Sophia Antoinette Walker. 
Helen M. Turner 



Director 



Director. 



SCHOOL REPORTS, 



291 



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Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



Notes. 



248 



X 

Over 5,000 

Designs and 

Photographs. 



000 



150 



X 

[M. T.] 
X 



1,000 



3,000 Vols. 
17,000 Photo- 
graphs. 



Oct. 6, 1903, 

to 
May 21, 1904. 



Sept. 7, 1903, 

to 
June 6, 1904. 

June 7 to 
Sept. C, 1904. 



Sept. 



1903, 



28. 

to 

June 13, 1904. 



William F. King, President; Helen Loomis, Sec- 
retary. Scholarships awarded in each of the ad- 
vanced departments, also several cash prizes. 
Fee, $75 a year; $5 to $40 in special courses. 
Facilities given for selling designs. 



Susan F. Bissell, Secretary. 

Special class in Portraiture, under personal super- 
vision of Mr. Chase, $12 a month. Ten scholar- 
ships and monthly prizes awarded. Exhibitions 
the first Saturday and Sunday of each month 
during the winter. Fee, $4 to $16 a month. 
Criticism and Correspondence Classes. 

Mr. Chase will have a class in Europe, summer 
of 1904; address C. P. Townsley, 460 Mount 
Hope Place, New York. 



General Art Course, four years. Normal Art, Nor- 
mal Art and Manual Training, Design, Archi- 
tecture, Wood Carving and Art Metal, each two 
years. Fee from $5 term of twelve weeks for 
Evening to $25 for the term for Day Classes. 

Museum has collection of textiles, ceramics, etc. 

(For Lectures and Exhibitions, see page 221.) 



Oct., 1903, to 
June, 1904. 



October to 
June. 



Theory of Design; interior decoration. 

A free course of study open to draughtsmen and 
students of New York City. Secretary of the 
Committee on Education. Lloyd Warren, 3 
East Thirty-third street, Manhattan. 

Three years' course in elementary work. 



292 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Department! 



Northampton, Mass 
Norwich, Conn 

Notre Dame, Ind.. 

Ogden City, Utah.. 

Omaha, Neb 

Oxford, N. C 

Oxford, Ohio 

Pasadena, Cal 

Petersburg, Va 

Philadelphia. Pa 

Philadelphia. Pa 



Smith College, School of 
Art. 

Norwich Art School 



tUniversity of Notre Dame. 



Philadelphia. Pa 
Philadelphia. Pa 
Philadelphia. Pa 



Philadelphia. Pa. 



*Salt Lake Academy of Fine 
Arts. 

*Omaha School of Art, 1513 
Howard Street. 

tOxford Female Seminary... 

tOxford College 

Throop Polytechnic Insti- 
tute. 

tSouthern Female College 

tCentral Manual Training 

School. 
Drexel Institute Department 

Fine and Applied Arts. 



D wight W. Tryon, N.A 

Mary R. Williams 

Herbert E. Everett, Ph.D.. 

Robert P. Keep 

Ozias Dodge • 

Kate Morse 

Juliet W. Robinson 

Robert W. Adams 



John Hafen 

J. Laurie Wallace. 



Director and Instruc 
History of Art 

Principal 

Director 

Design 

Drawing 

Bookbinding 



Director 
Director 



Director 




William L. Sayre. 



B. West Clinedinst, N.A., 
Clifford P. Grayson 



James L. Wood. 
Arthur Truscott. 
Alice J. Morse.. 
John Todd Hill. 
John J. Dull.... 



Director 



jPrescott A. Hopkins. M.S. 

Elizabeth Bloomfield 

iMarjr E. Fratz 

iHelene Zogbaum 



Director Illustration, 
Director School of T 

Painting and Mode 
Drawing and Anaton 

tory of Art 

Professor in charge ii 

tecture 

Director Design and 

tion 

Modelling and Woo* 



mg 
:hi 



Drawi] 



*Free Industrial Art School.. 

tN. E. Manual Training 

School. 
Pennsylvania Academy of 

the Fine Arts. Broad 

Street, above Arch. 



The Philadelphia School of 
Design for Women, Broad 
and Master Streets. 



J. Liberty Tadd , 

A. Stirling Calder..., 
Andrew JT Morrison. 



Architectural 

Design 

Architecture 

Drawing 

Drawing 

Design in Dressmaki 

Millinery 



Principal 
Sculpture 
Director . 



^ 



ohn H. Packard 

illiam M Chase. N.A.. 
Cecilia Beaux, P.A.N. .A.. 

Thomas P. Anshutz 

Charles Grafly, A.N. A 

George McClellan, M.D. 

Frank Miles Day 

Hugh H. Breckenridge. ., 



Henry R. Poore. 
Henry McCarter. 

Wilson Eyre 

Edgar V. Seeler. 
John D. Pierce.. 



Chairman of the Fac 
Drawing and Paintin 
Drawing and Paintin 

Drawing 

Modelling 

Anatomy 

Perspective 

Drawing and Paint i 
Secretary of the Ft 

Composition 

Illustration 

Architectural Design 
Architectural Design 
Curator 



Emily Sartain Principal 

Elliott Daingerfield. A.N. A.., Drawing and Paintini 

_ omy and Compositi 
William Sartain. A.N.A.. 

Samuel M. Murray 

Henry B. Sncll 

Florence A. Einstein 

Jane M. Grant. 



Life and Antique. 

Modelling 

Water Color 

Technical Design 

Principles of Design 



Elizabeth L. Burton Drawing and Compo 



\ 



SCHOOL REPORTS, 



293 



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Sessions. 



Notes. 



30 



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10 
5S 



12 
450 
105 



n 



179 

[M. T,] 



130 
860 



September to 
June. 



Two prizes of $25. Hillyer Art Gallery has collec- 
tion of paintings, casts, etc. Fee, $50 and $100 
a year. 

Fees, $26 to $30 the year. Day Classes; ^, Evening 
Classes. Two years' course in Design. Press 
and Bindery. Scholarships established by the 
School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and 
one in the Art Students' League of New York. 



September 
June. 



to 



2,000 Photo- 
graphs. 

8,500 Slides. 
General 
Library. 



Sept. 21, 1908, 

to 

June, 1904. 



Four departments — Sloyd Grammar School, Manual 

Training Academy, Normal and College. 
Fee, $75 a year. 



; Secondary School. 

Corinne M. Rockwell, Secretary of the Department. 

Two cash prizes and a limited number ojf free 
scholarships. Frances Drexel Paul Scholarship 
of $100 and tuition in any department. 

There is an extensive Museum. The gallery con- 
tains the John D. Lankenau collection of paint- 
ings and others. 

Two terms. Fee, from $12 a term for Painting to 
$35 for Architecture; Evening Classes, $5. 



Conducted by the Philadelphia Board of Educa- 
tion. 
Secondary School. 



Oct. 5. 1903, 

to 
May 28. 1904. 



Sept. 28, 1903, 

to 
May 27, 1904. 



Directors' Prizes for studies of animals. The Cres- 
son Fund provides for five foreign scholarships 
each of $1,000 a year for two years. Toppan 
Prizes, $200 and $500; subject, ''Day Dreams" 
or "A Window Garden"; Paintings must be pre- 
sented before May 7, 1904. Stewardson Prize, 
$100, in Department of Sculpture, competition. 
May 23, 24, 25, 1904. Thouron awards in Com- 
position, $50 and $25. Other scholarships and 
prizes. Scholarships assigned to pupils from 
the city Public Schools. Special course in Archi- 
tecture added October, 1902. Fee, $12 to $30 a 
term; $5 to $25 a term for special classes. 

Widener and Elkins European Fellowships and 
five School Fellowships. H. H. Battle's prizes 
for painting of flowers. Normal course of four 
years. Two terms. Fee, $25 to $35 a terra. 



294 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Department! 



Philadelphia. Pa. 



School of Industrial Art of 
the Pennsylvania Museum, 
Broad and Pine Streets. 



Philadelphia. Pa. 



Philadelphia. Pa. 



Spring Garden Institute, 
I Broad and Spring Garden 
I Streets. 

University of Pennsylvania, 
School of Architecture. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 



Art Students' League, Emily 
Street and Craft Avenue. 

, Pittsburg School of Design 
for Women, 708 Penn Ave 

j nuc. 



Pittsburg, Pa. 



Pontotoc, Miss... 
Providence. R. I. 



Stevenson's Art School, 413 

Wood Street. 
tChickasaw Female College 
Rhode Island School of De- 
sign, 11 Waterman Street. 



(See next page.) 



Leslie W. Miller 

H. F. Stratton 

Herman Dei^endesch, 
Ludwig £. Faber 



A. Sterling Calder 

Helen A. Fox 

Edward T. Boggs 

Frances D. Sweeny 

J. Frank Copeland 

Sophie Bertha Steel 

Margarette Lippincott 

Ferdinand L. Marenzana. 

R. B. Doughty 

Mary Pickering Dow 

Edward G. Rau 

Henry Torniten 

Charles Thomas Scott — 

Albert W. Barker 

Isabella Bradley 

Isabel Aitken 

Karl G. Nacke 

William A. Porter 

Sixteen Instructors 



Principal and Lectur 
Director Applied Ar 

Antique and Life 

Drawing, Anatomy, 
Reproductions. 

Modelling 

Applied Design. 



Architectural Desig^n. 

Applied Design 

Water Color 

Illustration 

Water Color 

Woodwork 

Mechanical Drawing. 

Bookbinding 

Leather Work 

Wood Carving 

Drawing and Desigr 

Drawing 

Drawing 

Basketrv 

Metal Work 

Principal 



Warren P. Laird Professor in charge . 

Paul P. Cret Design 

Charles E. Dana Art 

Herbert E. Everett 

George W. Dawson 

Frank A. Hays 

Thomas Nolan 

C. Francis Osborne 

Henry C. McGoodwin 



Mrs. Oscar Rogers... 

Henry G. Keller 

Martin B. Leisser 

William J. East 

Olive Turney 

Frances McCreery 

Lidie E. Gray 

Frederick Mayer 

Z. T. Miller M.D 

Jennie McMasters 

Dr. G. W. Allyn 

Horatio S. Stevenson. 



Interior Decoration.. 

Drawing 

Pen and Ink 

Architecture 

Architectural History 
Architecture 



Eleazer B. Homer, S.B 



Stacy Tolman 

Henry H. Clark 

Friedrich Kohlhagen. 
Augustus F. Rose — 



President 

Instructor 

Principal and Lectur 
Architectural History- 



Modelling 

Anatomy 

Lecturer 

Lecturer on Architec 
Director 



Edgar L. Blanch ard 

Sydney R. Burleigh 

Frank W. Marshall 

William C. Poland. A.M.. 



H. Anthony Dyer. 



Henri Schonhardt 

Emma A. Parker 

Mabel M. Woodward. 
Herman O. Werner. 
Richard H. Bradley. 



Director. Departi 

Architecture 
Drawing and Paintin; 
Decorative Design . . . 

Modelling 

Metal Work and O 

Department 

Antique 

Water Color 

Illustration and Antit 
History of Painti 

Sculpture. 
Lecturer on Modern 



mi 



Charles E. Hansen Jewelry 



ig 

Modelling 

Children's Class and 
Children's Class and 

Textile Design 

Weaving 



SCHOOL REPORTS. 



B. Aft 



. SchoIuBhips— Each couDI; 



. Fee. t3 10 tlO a 



Lavinia Schvm SehoUiship in An 
Spring Garden Institute, three yea 

A scholarBhip vrai, established in 190 
by the Alumni Society, yielding 00 
annually. The lirst anarded vTu b 



year abroad in iTavel and >ludy. Four years' 
course and Iwg yean: lhr« vears (or Intnior 
Dccoralioo. F. M. Day, E. V. Scelrr. Waller 
Coot.. Thomas HoilinRa and C. Howard Walker. 
vi?iliiiff cnrics, (See article, page 237.) 
Class dues, KS. (See page 2»V.> 



and school scholarships, . 



296 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Departments. 



Providence, R. I. 



Rhode Island School of De- 
sign. 11 Waterman Street. 
! — (Continued.) 

Provincctown, Mass Cape Cod School of Art. . . . . 

Raleigh, N. C tBaptist Female University.. 

Rochester, N. Y Rochester Athenaeum and 

Mechanics' Institute. 



Rockford, 111 

Rock Island. III.., 
Rogersville, Tenn, 



Rockford College. 



Rome, Ga. 

Sacrame'nto, Cal , 
Salem, N. C 



Salem. Ore 

San Antonio, Tex.. 
San Francisco. Cal. 



San Francisco. Cal. 

San Francisco. Cal. 

.San Francisco. Cal. 

San Francisco. Cal. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



San Tos^. Cal. 
Seattle, Wash. 



Sherman, Tex 

Shinnecock, N. Y. 



South Hadley, Mass. 



*Augustana College and 
Theological Seminary. 

tRogersviUe Synodical Col- 
lege. 

tShorter College 

•Crocker School of Design.. 

tSalem Female Academy and 
College. 

College of Art, Willamette 
University. 

t San Antonio Female Col- 
lege. 

California School of Design 
(affiliated with the Univer- 
sity of California), Mark 
Hopkins Institute, Pine 
and Mason Streets. 



tCogswell Polytechnic Col- 
lege. 

•College of Applied Art, 24G 
Sutter Street. 

tMechanics' Institute 

t Polytechnic High School... 

tWilmerding School of In- 



dustrial Arts 

tCollege of Notre Dame 

Seattle Art League and 

School of Design, Old 

University Building. 

tMary Nash College 

The Shinnecock Summer 

School, Good Ground, L. I. 

•Mount Holyoke College, Art 
Department. 



Spartanburg, S. C tConverse College 

Spokane, Wash "Spokane Art League. 



St. Charles, Mo. 



St. Louis, Mo. 



tLindenwood 
Women. 



College for 



St. Louis School and Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, Art 
Department of Washington 
University. Museum' Build- 
ing. 

(See next Page.) 



Robert H. Nisbet 

Leona Hope 

Ethel R. Dunn 

Alma C. Field 

Charles W. Hawthorne. 



Eugene C. Colby. 



Hendrik Van Ingen.. 

Anna Page Scott 

Ella K See 

Theo. Hanford Pond. 



Mrs. E. H. Hall 

Mrs. Fanny H. Lane, 
Lucie Hartrath 



Alof Graftstrom. 



W. F. Jackson. 



Drawing 

Teachers' Class- 
Teachers* Class.. 
Children's Qass. 
Director 



Principal Department of 
dustrial and Fine Arts 
Instructor 

Architecture 

Painting and Compositio 

Drawing and Painting... 

Decorative Art and Mc 
ling 

Art History 

Keramics 

Head of Department 
Drawing and Painting. 

Director Art Department 



Director 



Marie G. Craig, B. S Dean 



Arthur F. Mathews.. 

Robert I. Aitken 

Robert H. Fletcher.. 

John A. Stanton 

C. Chapel Judson 

A. Altmann 

Harry E. Alderson... 

M. M. Froelich 

Frederick H. Meyer. 
Barton Cruikshank . . . 



Henry T. Ardley. 



Frederick Day Teggert. 
Walter N. Bush 



Dean, Drawing and Painti 

Sculpture 

History of Art 

Antique 

Night Class, Drawing 

Sketch and Perspective... 
Anatomy 



Applied Arts. 
Director 



George A. Merrill. 



Director 

Director 
[Director 

Director 




Douglas J. Connoh.., 

Robert Henri , 

F. Luis Mora 

Hannah Noble 

Sara A. Worden 

Louise Fitz-Randolph. 



Director and Instructor.. < 



Instruction. 



Painting 

Drawing 

History of Art . 



Mrs. May Von Gilsa. 
Mrs. Harry Burt 



Director . 
I Keramics 



Halsey C. Ives Director and L€Cturer... 

Robert P. Bringhurst Modelling 

Edmund H. Wuerpel Life and Composition — 

Charles P. Davis Antique 

Charles Ward Rhodes Perspective and Shadows 



SCHOOL REPORTS, 



297 



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17 

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80 
140 

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163 

[M. T.J 



X 
X 
10 
20 
40 
24 
17 
267 



40 



50 
186 



40 

X 



84 



Art 
Library. 



Sessions. 



Notes. 



16 
715 



X 
24 



20 
X 



X 
X 



September to; Departments of Fine, Industrial and Mechanic Arts, 



June. 
July to Aug. 



19 



450 Vols. 



560 Vols. 
6,000 Photo- 
graphs. 

50 Vols. 



1,500 Vols. 



Manual Training and Normal. 
Three scholarships in Mechanic Arts Course. 

Diploma recognized by the State Superintendent. 
Three terms, three months each, $4 to $27 a term. 



Aug. 10, 1903, 

to 
May 15, 1904. 



May 26 to 
Oct. 8. 1904. 

September to 
June. 



Sept. 21, 1903, 

to 
June 4. 1904. 



Eight scholarships. Regular course leads to cer- 
tificate from University. 

Two terms: Fee from $10 per term for Night 
Class to $37.50 for Day. 

Affiliated with Mark Hopkins Institute (see 
page 252.) 



Secondary School. 



Secondary School. 
Secondary School. 

Secondary School. 



Fee, $15 a month. 



D wight Hall, the gift of Mrs. John Dwight, of 
New York, contains the galleries and studios. 



Juvenile Class. Bronze and silver medals awarded 
in each class. 

Three terms: Fee for the term, from $5 for Even- 
ing to $32 in Day classes. 

(For Lectures and Museum, see page 245.) 



298 



AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 



City. 



Name and Address. 



Instructors. 



Departments. 



St. Louis, Mo St. Louis School and Mu- 
seum of Fine Arts, Art 
Department of Washington 
University, Museum Build- 
ing. — (Continued.) 



St. Louis, Mo Washington University, De- 
partment of Architecture. 
St. Paul, Minn tMechanic Arts High School 

■'. ■ ' 

Stanford University, Cal.. Department of Drawing and 

Painting, Leiand Stanford, 

Jr., University. 



Syracuse, N. Y Fine Arts College 

Syracuse, N. Y I-Syracuse University, De- 
partment of Architecture. 

Terre Haute, Ind. tRose Polytechnic Institute. 

Tiffin, Ohio Heidelberg University, Art 

Department. 

Topeka, Kan tCollege of the Sisters of 

Bethany. 
Trenton, N. J School of Industrial Arts, 

219 East State Street. 



Troy, N. Y. 



Emma Willard School, 47 
Ferry Street. 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. tTuscaloosa Female College. 

Tuskegee. Ala i Alabama Conference Fe- 
male College. 

Union, S. C tCliflFord Seminary 

Urbana, 111 University of Illinois, De- 
partment of .Architecture. 
University of Illinois. De- 
partment of Art and Dc 
sign. 

Waco, Tex Texas Christian University, 

i Art Department. 

Washington. D. C: "Art Students' League, 803 

; 17th Street N. W. 



George Julian Zolnay.. 
Henrietta Ord Jones.., 
Frederick L. Stoddard. 
Oscar W. Raeder 



Grace Hazard 

Edgar J. Bissell 

Cordelia T. Baker 

Carrie L. Wilkerson. 
Susan D'Arcy 



M. Mann 

George Weitbrecht. 



Arthur B. Clark 

George L. Noyes 

Mrs. Chloe L. Starks. 

Roswell S. Hill 

Frederick W. Revells. 
Earl Hallenbeck 



Inez I. Crampton. 
M. W. Keller 



Sculpture 

Keraraic Decoration 

Design, Applied Art 

Architecture and Mechar 

Drawing 

Antique and Saturday... 

Portrait. Still Life 

Bookbinding 

Librarian 

Secretary 



Professor in charge. 
Director 



Lecturer 

Drawing and Painting. 
Drawing 



Director 

Professor in charge. 
Assistant 



Henry McBride 

Mira Burr Edson 

Agnes Gcndell 

Oliver Kemp 

Helen Haskell 

.\my Mali Hicks 

Lilhe Tourtcllotte 

Anna Leach, A.M 

Emilie C. Adams 

W. St. J. Harper, A. N. A.. 



N. Clifford Ricker, M. Arch. 

S. J. Temple 

Frank F. Frederick 



Newton A. Wells. M.P. 

E. J. Lake 

Mrs. D. B. Cockrill 



^ Washington. D. C. 



Howard Helmick 

Edward L. Morse.... 
Louise Tracy Hull... 
Sallie T. Humphreys. 

Percy Ash, B.S.. 



Joseph C. Hornblowcr, Ph.B. 



Washington, D. C. 

Washington, D. C. 
Williamston. S. C 



Columbian University, De- 
partment of Architecture. _ 

ayinond Sayer 

Louis A. Simon 

Edward W. Donn, Jr., B.S 

U. S. J. Dunbar 

j Tames Henry Moser 

Corcoran School of Art ;E. C. Mcsscr 

j Richard N. Brooke 

Mathilde Mueden 

I James Henrv Moser 

Georgetown University Howard Helmick 



Principal and Instructor. 
Applied Arts 



Principal and Instructor 

Design 

Modelling 

Antiaue and Illustration. 

Bookbinding 

Textiles 

Keramics 

Principal 

Director of Art School... 
Art Critic 



Dean 

•Architecture 

Director and Instructor 

Modelling 

Painting 

Drawing and Design 

Director 

Drawing and Painting... 

Painting 

Antique and Sketch 

Design 



^Williamston Female College. 



Professor in charge 

Architectural History 

Perspective 

Lecturer on Construction 

Pen and Ink 

Drawing 

Water Color 

Principal, Life and Portr 
Life. Still Life, Antique. 

Antique 

Water Color 

Drawing, Painting and ] 
tory of Art 



SCHOOL REPORTS. 



301 



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X 
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X 



6,000 Photo- 
graphs. 



20 Vols. 



X I 500 Vols. 



Sessions. 



June to 
October. 



September to 
June 



Sept. to Junt*. 



Oct. 1, 1903, 

to 
May 20. 1901. 



Notes. 



Fees, $6 a week, $40 three months. Address Hervey 
White. Woodstock, Ulster County, N. V. 



Art Gallery contains Stetson collection of Paint- 
ings, also Textiles. 



Mrs. May L. Mitchrll. Sccrtiary. 

Three terms of ten ^veeks each. Pee, $16 a term, 

$40 a season. 
(For Museum, s^-t- pag*^ 2i)l.) 



PART II. 



DIRECTORIES. 



"©lb /Dbasters" 



IRarc anb Beautiful 
Eramples of HU tbe Earl)? Scboole 

of ipatntino at 

^be JEbricb (SaUeries 



8 meet 33& street, 

Opposite tbe TIQlaldort«Bstoria, 

flew IPorft Ctt^ 



£tpert iuddment given on tbe autbenticitis of 

Bnttaue paintings. 



DIRECTORIES. 



In April data blanks were sent to the members of the leading art 
societies and exhibitors at same throughout the United States. The 
Directories have been compiled from the cards returned and the informa- 
tion secured for previous volumes of the "American Art Annual." 

Unless an artist has exhibited during the past three years, is a mem- 
ber of an important art society, or has communicated with the Editor, 
the name has been dropped from previous lists. It is therefore of great 
importance that every artist should FILL OUT AND RETURN THE 
DATA CARDS EVERY SPRING. As these Directories are a regular 
feature of the "American Art Annual," published in the autumn of each 
year, the Editor will be pleased to receive further information and to be 
NOTIFIED BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1 OF ANY CHANGE OF ADDRESS 
or error in the previous isssue. 

The Directory of Writers and Lecturers on Art is a department that 
has been added this year. Painters, Sculptors and Illustrators have been 
combined in one alphabetical list, but Sculptors are entered there only 
with addresses, a separate Directory having been made with biographical 
notes. This section has been enlarged by reference to the autograph 
letters in the Department of Ancient and Modern Sculpture at the 
Metropolitan Museum, New York, for which thanks are due to the 
Curator of the Department. 

When two addresses are given and the second one is preceded by 
"h," it indicates that the first address is the studio, the second the home; 
the day of the week following the address is the "Reception Day." The 
date after the abbreviation of a society of which an artist is a member 
refers to the time of election. Biographical notes are confined to the 
following facts: Branch of work pursued; where and when born (in 
many cases the date of birth has been omitted by special request) ; pupil 
of ; honors received; membership in art societies. 

In the names of women "Mrs." has been used where necessary, the 
husband's name being placed in parentheses; all others are "Miss." As 
far as possible the maiden names have been entered with a cross refer- 
ence to the married name, and the biographical notes have been entered 
under the latter. 

A list of the abbreviations used in the Directories will be found on 
the next page. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



P. — palntor; S. — sculptor; I. — Illustrator; Eng. ^-engraver; W. A. A. — worker 
in applied arts; T. — teacher; Mln. P. — miniature paiuter. 

A. A. A. A. — American Association of Allied Arts, New York. 

A. A. S. — American Art Society, Philadelphia. 

A. Aid S.— Artists' Aid Society of New York. 

A. C. P.— Art Club of Philadelphia. 

A. Fund S.— Artists' Fund Society, New York. 

A. Guild St. L.— Artists' Guild of St. Louis. 

A. I. A. — American Institute of Architects. 

A. I. C— Art Institute of Chicago. 

A. N. A. — Associate National Academy of Design. 

Arch. L. A. — Architectural League of America. 

A. S. L. — Art Students League of New York. 

\. S. M. P. — American Society of Miniatur--? Painters, New York. 

A. \V. C. S. — American Water Color Society, N'ew York. 
•B. Arch. C. — Boston Architectural Club. 

B. A. C— Boston Art Club. 

Boston \V. C. C. — Boston Water Color Club. 

Brooklyn A. C— Brooklyn Art Club. 

B. S. A. — Boston Society of Architects (Chapter A. L A.). 

•B. S. A. C. — Boston Society of Arts and Crafts. 

B. S. W. C. P.— Boston S«»clety of Water Color Painters. 

C. I. — rarnegle Institute, Pittsburg. 
Chicago S. A. — Chicago Society of Artists. 
C. S. B. — Copley Society of Boston. 
Chicago A. I). — Chicago Academy of Design. 
Cincinnati A. C— Cincinnati Art Club. 

Cleveland Arch. C. — Cleveland (0.> Architectural Club. 

Denver A. C. — Denver Artists' Club. 

F. A. S.— Fine Arts Society, New York. 

Fairmount P. A. A. — Fairmount Park Art Association, Philadelphia. 

Fellowship P. A. F. A. — Fellowship Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arta. 

Municipal A. S. — Municipal Art Society (pn-ciHled by name of the city). 

Plural V. — Society of Mural Painters, New York. 

N. A. — National Academy of Design, New Y'ork. 

N. A. C— National Arts Club, New York. 

N. A. 1). — National Academy of Design, used to designate school. 

N*. A. Museum. — National Art Mus*»um. 

Newspaper A. \. — Newspaper Artists' Association. 

N. S. A. A. — National Society of Associated Arts, Chicago. 

N. S. S.— National Sculpture Society. 

N. Y. .\rch. Lg. — Architectural League of New York. 

N. Y. Municipal A. S.— New York Municipal Art Society. 

N. Y. W. C. C— New York Water Color Club. 

P. A. F, A. — Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Art*. 

Pa. S. Min. P. — Pennsylvania Society of Miniatun> Painters. 

Paris A. A. A. — American Art Association of Paris. 

Paris A. Women's A. A. — Paris American Women's Art AMOciation. 

Paris S. A. P. — Paris Society of American Painters. 

Phila. S. A.— Philadelphia Si>ciety of Artists. 

Phlla. Sketch C— Philadelphia Sketch Club. 

Phila. W. C. C— Philadelphia Water Color Clab. 

P. S. — Photo-S«»ce8Sion, New Y'ork. 

S. A. A.— Society of American Artists, New York. 

S. B. A. A. — Society of Beaux-Arts Archlie<'t*. New Y'ork. 

S. I. — S*>ciety of Illustrators. New York. 

S. L. P. — Society of Landscape Painters. New York. 

Salma. C. — Salmagundi Club, New York. 

S. W. A. — Society of Western .\rtist». 

S. Washington A. — Society of Washlngt«>n \D. C.^ Artists. 

T. Sq. C— T-Square Club. Philadelphia. 

Washington W. C. C— Washingto* <D. C.i Water Color ClaK 

X. P. — Ten -Vmorlcan Painters, New York. 



i^. 



DIRECTORY OF 
PAINTERS, SCULPTORS AND ILLUSTRATORS. 



P., painter; Mln. P., miniature painter; S., sculptor; I., Illustrator: Eng., engraver; Aroh., 

architect; W. A. A., worker In applied arts; T., toaohor. 

ABBATT. AGNES DEAN (P., I.). East Chester Road, Westcbt'strr. N. Y. 

Born New York. Pupil of Cooper Union, N. A. D., James I). SmlUle and R. Swain 
Glfford. Bronze medal. Cooper Union; silver medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics Soc, 
Boston. Member A. W. C. S. 

ABBEY, EDWIN A. (P., I.), Morgan Hall, Falrford, Gloucestershire, England, and Chel- 
sea Lodge, Tite St., London, England. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1852. Pupil of P. A. F. A. First class gold medal, International 
Art Exhibition, Vienna, 189S; gold medal of honor. P. A. F. A., 1898; gold m*>dal, 
Paris Exposition, 1889 and 1900; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; small gold medal, Berlin Exhibition, 1903; Chevalier Legion of Honor, France. 
Member Royal Academy of Arts, London; A. R. W. S., London; N. A. 1902; Mural 
P.; A. W. C. S.; (hon.) A. I. A.; Paris S. A. P.; Century Club, New York; (hon.) 
Salma. C. ; (hon.) Royal Bavarian Academy; Assocl6 Soci6t6 Nationale des Beaux-Arts, 
Paris; Arts C, London; (hon.) S. I. 

ABBOT, KATHERINK G. (P.), 59 West 45th St., New York. 

Bom Zanesvllle, O., 1867. Pupil of Mowbray and Chase In New York; Merson, 
Geffroy and Delance in Paris. Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; honors bl« 
mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

ABBOTT, MRS. ELENORE PLAISTED (P., I.)„ 43 South 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

ABBNDSCHEIN, ALBERT (P.), 167 East 47th St., New York. 

Bom New York. Pupil of Prof. Loefftz, Bavarian Royal Academy, Munich. Two 
first class medals. Bavarian Royal Academy. 

ABERNETHY, INEZ (P.), 16 Rue Boissonnade. Paris, France. 

ABRAMS, LUCIEN (P.), 9 Rue Falguiftre, Paris, France. 

ADAMS, CHARLES L. (P.), 383 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
Member B. A. C. 

ADAMS, CHARLES PARTRIDGE (P.), 625 Kittredge Bldg., Denver, Col.; h. 1862 Emer- 
son Ave. 

Bora Franklin, Mass., January 12, 1858. Self taught. Gold medal. National Mining 
and Industrial Exposition, Denver; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901. Member Denver A. C. Specialty, landscape. 

ADAMS, FRANK (I.), 244 West 14th St., New York. 

ADAMS, HERBERT, 131 West 11th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

ADAMS, JOHN OTTIS (P.), The Hermitage, Brookville, Ind. 

Bom Indiana. Pupil of John Parker In London; Benczur and Loefftz In Munich. 
Treasurer S. W. A. 

ADAMS, LORING (P.), 131 Mountain Ave., Revere, Mass. 

ADOLPHE, ALBERT JEAN (P.), 2610 Montgomery Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1870. Pupil of G^rOme, Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris; Albrecht 
de Yrendt, Konlnklijke Academic der Schoone Kunsten, Antwerp. Toppan prize, P. A. 
F. A.; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1899; honorable mention, Columbian Exposi- 
tion, Chicago, 1893. Member Paris A. A. A.; N. A. C. 

AHL, HENRY HAMMONT) (P.), Room 132, Corcoran Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

AURENS, ELLEN WETHERALD (P.), 1623 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 4723 Kings- 
easing Ave. 

Born Baltimore, Md., 1869. Pupil of Boston Museum of Fine Arts; P. A. F. A. and 
Drexcl Inst., under Otto Grundmann, Thomas Eakins and Howard Pyle. Second 
Toppan prize, School of P. A. F. A., 1884; silver medal and prize, C. I., 1901. Mem- 
ber Plastic Club; Fellowship P. A. F. A.; Philadelphia W. C. C; Pa. S. M. P. 

AID, GEORGE CHARLES (P., Eng.), 3 Rue Campague-Prcmi^re, Paris, France. 

Born Quincy, 111. Pupil of J. P. Laurens and of Cenjamin-Constant in Paris. Member 
Paris A. A. A. 

AIKMAN, WALTER M. (Wood Eng.), 132 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y.; h. 133 Macon St. 
Born New York 1867. Studied engraving under Frank French and J. G. Smith wick, 
drawing and painting in Europe. Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; medal, Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

AINSLEY, OLIVER (P.), 939 Eighth Ave., New York. 



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AITKEN, PKTKR (Eng., I.), 121 Pulaski St., Brooklyn, N. Y. * 

Born Dundas, Canada, 1858. Pupil of Timothy Cole. Medal Columbian Bzpoaitloii, 
Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Pau-Amerlcan Exposition, Buffalo, 1001. 

AITKEN, ROBERT I., 324 14th St., San Francisco, Cal. (JSee Sculptors.) 

ALBRIGHT, ADAM EMORY (P.), Edison Park, 111. 

Born Wisconsin, 1862. Pupil of A. I. C; P. A. F. A.; Munich and Paris. Member 
Chicago S. A. ; Fellowship P. A. F. A. ; Chicago A. D. ; life member A. I. C. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN W. (P.), 123 East 63d St., New York; b. 116 East 65tb St. 

Born Pittsburg, Pa. Studied in Munich, Venice and Florence and with Frank Duye- 
neck. Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1897; Lipplncott Prize, P. A. F. A., 1899; gold 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; 
Carnegie prize, S. A. A., 1901; first prize, Washington, D. C, 1903. Cbeyalier Legion 
of Honor, France, 1901. Member N. A. 1902; S. A. A. 1891; Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. 
Lg. 1901; N. A. C; Soci6t6 Natlonale des Beaux- Arts, Paris; International Soc, Lon- 
don; Munich Secessionists; (hon.) Vienna Secessionists. 

ALFANO, VINCENZO, 317 East 12th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

ALLCHIN, HARRY (P.), Pride's Crossing, Mass. 

ALLEN, THOMAS (P.), 12 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Bom St. Louis, Mo., 1849. Pupil of Royal Academy, Dasseldorf. Silver medal, Bos- 
ton; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A.; member S. A. 
A. 1880; Pres. Paint and Clay Club, Boston; Pres. B. S. W. C. P.; Vice Pres. C. S. B., 
member 1892; member B. A. C. ; N. A. C. Pres. of Council, Museum School of Draw- 
ing and Painting, Boston. 

ALLIS, GENEVIEVE (P.). 939 Eighth Ave., New York. 

ALLMOND, KATHARINE. (See Mrs. Hulbert.) 

ALMENRAEDER, FREDERICK, 1325 Newport Ave., Chicago, 111. (See Sculptors.) 

ALSOP, RACHEL GRISCOM (P.), 140 North 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Westtown, Chester County, Pa., 1867. Pupil of School of Industrial Art, Phila- 
delphia; N. A. D., New York. 

ALTEN, MATHIAS (P., W. A. A., T.), 66 Pearl St., Grand Rapids, Mich.; h. 223 Bowery St. 
Born Gusenburg, Prussia, 1871. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant and. Laurens in Paris. 

AMATEIS, LOUIS (S., T.), 1717 19th St., Washington, D. C. (See Sculptors.) 

AMES, BLANCHE (S.), 333 Andover St., Lowell, Mass. 

AMES, EDWIN I. (Mln. P.), 6332 Peoria St., Chicago, IlL 
Born Loda, 111., 1862. 

AMSDEN, HARRIET (P.), 107 East 27th St., New York. 

AMSDEN, WILLIAM KING (P.), Rockland Lake, N. Y. 

ANDERSON, ABRAM A. (P.), 80 West 40th St., New York; h. 6 East 38th St. 

Born New York, 1847. Pupil of Bonnat, Cabanel, Cormon and Collin in Paris. Mem- 
ber A. W. C. S. 

ANDERSON, HENDRICK CHRISTIAN, 10 Oakvlew Terrace, Jamaica Plain, Mass. (See 
Sculptors.) 

ANDERSON, KARL J. (P.), 55 East 69th St., New York. 

ANDREWS, ELIPHALET FRAZER (P.), 1232 16th St., Washington, D. C. 

Born Steubenville, 0., June 11, 1835. Pupil of DUsseldorf Academy, Knaus and 
Bonnat. For twenty-five years Director l>f the Corcoran School of Art, Washington, 
D. C. 

ANDREWS, MRS. MARIETTA M. (P.), 1232 16th St., Washington, D. C. 
Member Washington W. C. C. 

ANDREEN, AXEL A. (P.), 2533 Wentworth Ave., Chicago, 111. 

ANNAN, ALICE H. (P.), Carnegie Hall, New York. 

Born New York. Pupil of A. S. L. of New York. 

ANNAN", SYLVESTER P. (P., W. A. A., Arch.), 900 Carleton Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; h. 
Webster Groves, Mo. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., May 11, 1865. Pupil of Bonlanger, Lefebvre and Luigi Loir In 
Paris. Member S. W. A.; St. Louis Arch. C; A. Guild of St. Louis. 

ANSCHDTZ, THOMAS P. (P., T.), Fort Washington, Pa. 

Bom Newport, Ky., October 5, 1861. Pupil of N. A. D.; P. A. F. A.; Ducet and 

Bouguercau in Paris. Honorable mention A. C. P. 1901. Member of Faculty of 

P. A. F. A. Summer School at Darby, Pa. 
ANTHONY. ANDREW V. S. (P.), 70 West 11th St., New York. 

Member A. W. C. S. 
ANTHONY. RIPLEY 0. (P.), 70 West 11th St., New York. 
APPEL. CHARLES P. (P.), 48 Prospect St., Jersey City Heights, N. J. 

Bora Brooklyn. N. Y., July 11, 1857. Pupil of Wm. M. Chase, F. L. Mora and 

F. V. Du Mond. 

ARCHAMBAULT, A. MARGARETTA (P., T.), 1710 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 426 
South 40th St. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Julian Academy, Paris. Honorable 
mention New Orleans Exposition, 1895; gold medal, A. A. S., 1902. Member Fellow- 
ship P. A. F. A.; Plastic Club; Sec. Pa. S. M. P. 

ARLENT-ED WARDS, S. (Mezzotint Eng.), WiUiamsbrldge, N. Y. 

ARMSTRONG, D. MAITLAND (P., W. A. A.), 61 Washington Square South, New York; h. 
58 West 10th St. 

Born Newburgh, N. Y. Pupil of Luc Olivier Merson in Paris. Chevalier Legion of 
Honor, France. Member S. A. A. 1879: Mural P.; N. Y. Arch, Lg. 1887; Metro- 
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ARMSTRONG. W. T. L. (P.). 239 West 123d St., New York. 
ARNOLD, AXEL (P.), 269 Slst St.. Chicago, 111. 

Born Sweden. 1871. 
ARNOLD. F. M. (L). 365 4th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
ARPA. JOSE (P.. L. T.), Room 7. Dulling Bldg., San Antonio, Tex. 

Born SeTille. Spain, 1862. Third medal. Exposition, Madrid; third medal. Exposition, 

Mexico; diploma in Berlin. Member Madrid Ateneo. 
ARTHUR, ROBERT (P.), Century Club, 7 West 43d St., New York. 

Member A. C. P. 

ASBJORNSEN. SI6VALD, 1075 Waubansia Ave., Chicago. 111. (See Sculptors.) 
ASHE. EDMUND M. (I.), 163 West 23d St., New York. 

Member N. Y. W. C; S. I. 
ASHLEY, ANITA C. (P.), 34 West 64th St., New York. 

Member Woman's A. C. 
ATKINSON. E. H. (P.). 4320 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
AT WATER, GRACE E. (P.), The Iowa, Washington. D. C. 

Member Washington W. C. C. 
AULICH, EMMA (P.), 152 West 23d St., New York. 
AUS. CAROL (Min. P.), 98 Fifth Ave., New York. 
AYTON, CHARLES, 7 Rue de Bagneux. Paris, France. (See Sculptors.) 

BACHE, BERT A (P.), 128 West 70th St.. New York. 

BACHER, OTTO H. (P., I.), Lawrence Park, Brouxville, N. Y. 

Born Cleveland, Ohio, 1856. Pupil of Duveneck, Carolus-Duran, Boulanger and Le- 
febvre. Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member S. A. 
A. 1892; S. I. 

BACON. VIOLA J. (P.), 109 West .40th St.. New York. 

•Bom Macon, Ga., 1878. Pupil of Cooper Union, New York School of Art and W. J. 
Whittemore, New York. 

BAER, WILLIAM J. (Min. P.), 90 Grove St., New York; h. 92 Walnut St., East Orange, 
N. J. 

Born Cincinnati, O., 1860. Pupil of Loefftz in Munich Royal Academy.' First class 
medal for miniatures; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900: bronze medal, Pan-Amer- 
lean Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston. 1902. Sec.-Treas. A. S. M. P. 

BAERER, HENRY. 204 East 86th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
BAGG, LOUISE E., 2 Rue Pierre-Charron, Paris, France. (See Sculptors.) 
BAIN, HARRIET (P.), 18 Rue Boissonnade, Paris, France. 
Born Kenosha, Wis. Pupil of Collin in Paris. 

BAKER. MRS. ELIZABETH GOWDY (P.), Bryant Park Studios, 80 West 40th St.. New 
Yoric. 

Born Xenia, O.. 1860. Pupil of A. S. L. and Cooper Union and N. Y*. School of Art, 
in New York; Cowies Art School in Boston; Frederick Freer; P. A. F. A. Specialty, 
portraits in water color. 

B.VKER, ELLEN KENDALL (P.). (See Mrs. Harry Thompson.) 
BAKER, EMILIE H. (P.), 8 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Elizabeth, N. J., 1876. Pupil of Twachtman and Cox. Member A. S. L. 

BAKER. G. (P.), 154 West 65th St., New York. 

BAKER. HELEN JOSEPHIN'E (Min. P.), 2047 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
BAKER, MRS. J. ELDER (P.). 123 East 43d St., New York. 
Member N. Y. W. C. C. 

BAKER, MARTHA S. (P., T.), 1026 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Born Evansville, Ind., 1871. Pupil of A. I. C. First prize for miniatures, Arch« 

Salon, Chicago, 1897. Member Chicago S. A. 
BALDWIN, ESTHER. (See Mrs. Oliver H. Williams.) 
BALL, L. CLARENCE (P.). 142 Elder St., South Bend, Ind. 
BALL. THOMAS, 207 East 17th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
BANNISTER, ELEANOR C. (P.), 246 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
BARBER, W. S. (P.), Art Academy, Cincinnati, 0. 
BARKER, ALBERT WINSLOW (P.). Collingdale, Pa. 

BARLOW, JOHN NOBLE (P.), care Tilden, Thurber Co., Providence, R. I., and St. 
Ives, Cornwall, England. 

Born Manchester, England, 1861; became an American citizen in 1887. Pupil of 
Constant, Lefebvre and Delance, Paris. Third class medal, .Paris Salon, 1899. 

BARLOW, MYRON (P.), 225 East Adams Ave., Detroit, Mich: 

Born Ionia, Mich., 1873. Pupil of A. I. C. ; Ecole des Beaux-Arts, in Paris, under 
G^rOme. Member Paris A. A. A. 

BARNARD, EDWARD H. (P.), Belmont St., Watertown, Mass.; h. Belmont, Mass. 

Born Belmont, Mass., 1855. Pupil of John B. Johnston; School of the Museum of 
Fine Arts, Boston; Boulanger, Lefebvre and K. CoIIIii in Paris. Second Jordan 
prize, Boston; medals, Mass. Charitable Mechanics Asso., Boston; honorable men- 
tion, Tennessee Centennial, Nashville, 1897. Member St. Botolph Club; Boston 
W. C. C. 

BARNARD, GEORGE GREY, 571 Fifth Ave., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
BARNARD, JOSEPHINE (P.), 416 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



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BARNES, MRS. GERTRUDE JAMESON (P., T.), 1812 Emerson Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born TyngBburo, Mass., October 23, 1865. Pupil of Minneapolis School of Fine Arts, 
under Douglas Volk; Cowles Art School, under Dennis M. Bunker, in Boston; Henry 
B. Snell in New York. 
BARNKTT, TOM P. (P., Arch.), Columbia Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Born St. Loula, Mo., February 11, 1870. Pupil of Paul Cornoyer. Assoc. A. I. A.; 
member A. Guild of St. Louis. 

BARNEY, ALICE (Mrs. Alfred Clifford) (P.), Sheridan Circle, Washington, D. C. 
Born Cincinnati, O. Pupil of Carolus-Duran. 

BARNHORN, CLEMENT J., Art Museum, Cincinnati, 0. (See Sculptors.) 

BARNUM, EMILY KEENE (P.), Daytona, Fla. 

Born New York. Pupil of J. G. Vibert in Paris; Irving B. Wiles in New York. 
Member Pen and Brush Club. 

BARRETT, MRS. ELIZABETH HUNT (P.), Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

Born New York, January 9, 1863. Pupil of N. A. D. and Albert Insley. 

BARRETT, W. S. (P.), 3U9 Classon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BARROLL, NINA L. (P.), 084 Salem Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 

BARROWS, A. II. (P.), 222 West 23d St., Now York. 

BARROWS, MRS. ELIZABETH BARTLETT (P., I.), 134 West 91st St., New York. 
Born Boston, 1872. Pupil of Denis Bunker and Kenyon Cox. 

BARSE, GEORGE R., JR. (P.), 1931 Broadway, New York. 

Born Detroit, Mich., 1861. Pupil of Cabanel, Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. 
BMrst Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1895; Shaw Fund purchase, S. A. A., 1898; silver 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, BufTalo, 1901. Member N. A. 1900; S. A. A. 1889; 
N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1899; Salma. Club 1&99. 

BARTEL, SARAH N. (P.), 134 East 73d St., New York. 
Member Washington W. C. C. 

BARTHOLD, MANUEL (P.), 51 Boulevard Saint-Jacques, Paris, France. 
Pupil of Cormon and Laurens in Paris. 

BARTHOLOMEW, CHARLES L. (I.), Journal Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.; h. 623 East 
18th St. 
Born Chariton, la., 1869, Cartoonist, signature Bart. 

BARTHOLOMEW, W. N. (P.), Newton Centre, Mass. 
Member B. A. C. 

BARTLE, SARA N. (P.), 134 West 73d St., New York. 

•BARTLETT, FREDERIC CLAY (P.), 1019 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago; h. 2901 Prairie Ave. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1873. Pupil of M. Gysls, R. Collin and Whistler. Member Royal 
Academy, Munich. 

BARTLETT, FREDERICK E. (P.), 75 Locust Hill Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Born West Point, N. Y., 1852. Pupil of N. A. D., under Wilmarth, and of Beckwith 
in New York; Curolus-Duran in Paris; Hippolite Michaud, Beauue, COte d'Or, France. 
Member Salma. C. 1800. 

BARTLETT, G. WALDRON (P., T.), 167 Bay 28th St., Bensonhurst, N. Y. 
Born New York. Pupil of Lowell and Nefflen. 

BARTLETT, JOSEPHINE HOXIE (P.), 8 Villa Michel Ange, Rue Bastlen Lepage, Paris, 
France. 

Born New York, 1870. Pupil of Gustave Courtois in Paris; Peter Graham, R. A. 
Member Soc. of Scottish Artists. 

BARTLETT, MADELEINE A. (S.), 82 Pleasant Ave., Wobum, Mass. 

BARTLETT, PAUL WAYLAND, 5 Rue Dareau, Paris, France. (Se« Sculptors.) 

BASSETT, H. ELLSWORTH (P., I.), 55 Leslie Place, Newark, N. J. 

Born Washington, D. C, February 1, 1875. Pupil of Laurens and Girardot in Paris. 

BATES, BERTHA CORSAN DAY. (Mrs. D. M.) (P., I.), GreenhlU Ave., Wilmington, Del. 
Born Philadelphia, August, 1875. Pupil of Howard Pyle. Member Plastic Club. 

BAUMGRAS, PETER (P.), 3128 P St., Washington, D. C. 

Born Bavaria, Germany, 1827. Pupil of Royal Academy in Munich, under Kaulbacb 
and Schorn. • 

BAXTER, MARTHA WHEELER (Mln. P.), 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Vermont. Pupil of P. A. F. A. and Art Students' League. N'ew York, under 
Mowbray, Cox, Beckwith and F. V. Du Mond. Studied miniature painting under 
Mme. de Billemont and Mile. Schmitt in Paris and Mme. Behenna in London. Hon- 
orable mention Paris Exposition, 1900. 

BAYLISS, LILIAN (Min. P.), 421 West 2l8t St., New York. 

Born Massillon, 0., February 20, 1875. Pupil of Mile. Noemie Schmitt in Paris, 1900; 
Lucius Falrchild Fuller, 1901. 

BAYLOS, ZELMA (P.). 830 Carnegie Hall, New York. 

BEACH, SARAH E. (P.), 71 East 59th St., New York. 

BEAL, GIFFORD (P.), 318 West 57th St., New York. 

BEAL, REYNOLDS (P.), 318 West 57th St., New York. 

W. S. Hurley prize, Salma. Club, 1902. Member Salma. Club, 1898; N. Y. W. C. C. 

BEARD, DANIEL CARTER (P., I., T.), 204 Amity St., Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. 

Bom Cincinnati, O., June 21, 1850. Pupil of Sartain and Beckwith. Devotes atten- 
tion to "serious" cartoons, historical illustration and animated nature. 

BEATTY, JOHN W. (P., Etcher), Richland Road, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Bom Pittsburg, Pa., 1851. Pupil of Munich Academy of Fine Arts. Member Jury of 
Painting for Pennsylvania and New York, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Na- 
tional Advisory Board, Paris Exposition, 1900; (hon.) Fine Arts Com., Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; National Advisory Committee, Department of Art, Louisiana 



PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS. Part Il—l 

Parcbase Exposition, St. Loals, 1904. Member Pittsburg Art Soc; Pittsburg Artists' 
Asso.; N. A. C. ; (bon.) Amateur Pbotograpbers' Soc, Pittsburg; Society of Arts, 
London. Director Dept. of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg. 

BEAUX, CECILIA (P., T.), 64 Soutb Wasbington Square, New Yorlc. * 

Born Pbiladeipbia, Pa. Pupil of Wililam Sartain, in Pbiladclpbia; Jjiilian and Lazar 
BCbools in Paris. Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., in 1885, 1887. 1891 and 1892; gold 
medal. A. C. P., 1893; Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1893; bronze medal, C. I., 1896; first 
Class gold medal, $1,500, C. I., 1890; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1900; gold 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, Pan-American EUtposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
N*. A. 1902; member S. A. A. 1893; Associe Soci6t6 des Beaux- Arts, Paris. 

BEBE, MRS. DEBELLE (P.), Asbury Park, N. J. 

BBCHTEL, DAVID B. (P.), 907 Arcb St., Pbiladeipbia, Pa. 
Bronze medal, A. A. S., 1902. 

BECK, CAROL H. (P.), 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 4008 Chestnut St. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; schools of Dresden and Paris. Mary 
Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1899. Member Fellowship P. A. F. A. and Plastic C. 

BECK, OTTO W. (P., S.), Art Academy, Cincinnati, 0. 
Member Cincinnati A. C. 

BECKER, RICHARD (S.), 264 Palisade Aye., Union Hill, N. J. 

BECK WITH, J. CARROLL (P.), 68 West 57 tb St., New York; h. 8 East 68tb St. 

Bom Hannibal, Mo., September 23, 1852. Pupil of Caroius-Duran and Ecole des 
Beaux-Arts. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1887; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 
1889; gold medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; 
gold medal. Charleston Exposition, 1902. Member N'. A. 1894; S. A. A. 1881; A. W. 
C. S.; (bon.) A. S. L.; N. A. C; A. Fund S. 

BECKIMSTON, ALICE (Min. P., I.), Carnegie Studios, New York; b. Scituate, Mass. 

Born St. Charles, Mo., 18G8. Pupil A. S. L. in New York; Lefobvrc, Constant and 
Lazar in Paris. Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Mem- 
ber Woman's A. C; A. S. M. P. 

BEEBE, MRS. GRACE H. (P.), Hotel Vendome, Boston, Mass. 
Member C. S. B. 1895. 

BEHENNA, MRS. K. ARTHUR (P.), care Geo. W. Arthur, 74 Broadway. New York. 

BELDEN, ELLA CELESTE, 5204 Cornell Ave., Chicago, 111. (See Sculptors.) 

BELL, EDWARD A. (P.), 226 West 59tb St., New York; b. 262 West 54tb St. 

Bom New York. Pupil of the N. A. D. ; Bavarian Royal Academy in Munich. Sec- 
ond Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1893; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; silver 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member S. A. A. 1898; A. N. A. 
1901. 

BENEDICT, ENELLA (P.), 335 South Halsted St., Chicago, 111. 

BENJAMIN, SAMUEL GREENE WHEELER (P.), 2015 19tb St., Wasbington, D. C. 

Born Argos, Greece, 1837. Pupil of Carlo Brindesi, W. E. Norton and S. L. Gerry. 
Honorable mention, Boston, 1884. Member B. A. C. Published eighteen volames. 
Including poetry, history, naval and art topics; lecturer on art. 

BENSLEY, MARTHA S. (P.), 1016 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

BENSON, FRANK W. (P., T.), 52 Forrester St., Salem, Mass. 

Born Salem, Mass., March 24, 1862. Pupil of Museum of Fine Arts in Boston; 
Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. Third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1889; Clarke 
prize, N. A. D., 1891; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; medal. Me- 
chanics Asso., Boston; Ellsworth prize, A. I. C. ; Cleveland Art Asso. prize; Jordan 
prize, Boston, $500 in 1894 and $300 in 1895; B. A. C. prize, $1,000 in 1895 and $100 
in 1896; Shaw prize, $1,500, S. A. A., 1896; chronological medal. C. I., Pittsburg, 
1896; second class medal, C. I., 1899; silver modal, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Lippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1903; 
A. N. A.; member X. P. 

BENTON, HARRY STACY (P.), 834 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

BENVENUTI, ROBERT (P.), 120 West 60tb St., New York. 
Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1899. 

BERGE, EDWARD, 11 East Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. (See Sculptors.) 

BEBNEKER, LOUIS F. (P.), 217 Vista Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Born Germantown, Mo. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts. Member S. W. A.r 
St. Louis Assoc, of Painters and Sculptors. 

BERNSTROM, VICTOR (I., Eug.), (irand Vlew-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Born Stockholm, »Swoden. Pupil of Royal Academy, Sweden. Medal, Columbian Ex- 
position, Chicago, 1893; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Mem- 
ber Soc. of American Wood Engravers. 

BERNSTEIN, SAUL (P.), 134 North Exeter St., Baltimore, Md. 

■Born in Poswol, Russia, 1872. Pupil of Maryland Institute, Baltimore; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. Member Paris A. A. A. 

BETTS. EDWIN D., JR. (P.), 4125 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Bom St. Louis, Mo., 1879. Pupil of A. I. C. and E. D. Betts, Sr. 

BETTS, HAROLD H. (P.), 4125 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born New York, 1882. Pupil of E. D. Betts, Sr., and of A. I. C. Member A. S. L. 
of Chicago. 

BETTS, LOUIS (P.), 4125 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born Little Rock, Ark., 1873. Pupil of his father, E. D. Betts, Sr. 
BEVERIDGE, KUHNE (S.). (Se«» Mrs. Branson.) 
BICKFORD, NELSON (P.), 263 West 72d St., New York. 



Part IIS AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

BICKN'ELL, EVELYN M. (P.), 52 East 23d St., New York. 

Boru New York. Member N. Y. W. C. C; N. A. C. 
BICKNELL, B^RANK A. (P.), 90 Boulevard Garibaldi, Paris, France, and 14 West 12th St., 

New York. • 
BICKNELL, W. H. W. (P.), Winchester, Mass. 

Member 0. S. B. 1880. 
BIERHALS, OTTO, 1900 Mt. Vernon St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Honorable mention, A. A. S., 1902. 
BIESTER, ANTHONY (P.), 835 Armory Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

Born Cleves, Germany, 1838. Pupil of B. C. Koekkoek and Oswald Achenbacb. Gold 

medal, Indiana State Exposition. Member Cincinnati A. C. 
BIGELOW, CHARLES BOWEN (P., I.), 243 Boulevard Raspail, Paris, France. 

Born Buffalo, N. Y. Pupil of A. I. C; Julian Academy in Paris. Member Paris 

A. A. A. 
BIGELOW, D. *F. (P.), 6032 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born Clinton County, New York, 1823. Member Chicago S. A. 
BIORN, EMIL (P., I.), 85 Fowler St., Chicago, 111. 

Born Christianla, Norway, June 7, 1864. Pupil of Chrlstiania Art Institute and 

A. I. C. Member of Palette and Chisel Club, Chicago. 
BIRCH, REGINALD B. (I.), care No. 1 Broadway (Room 116), New York. 

Born London, England, 1856, and came to America at the age of sixteen. Studied 

in Munich and in Italy. Member S. I. 
BIRNTEY, WILLIAM VERPLANCK (P.), 58 West 57th St., New York, Friday, 3-6 p. m. 

Born Cincinnati, O., 1858. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School in Boston; Royal Acad- 
emy in Munich. Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, 'Buffalo, 1901; honorable 

mention. International Exposition, Munich. A. N. A. 1900; member N. Y. W. C. C; 

Brooklyn A. C; Salma. Club 1888; Phila. Sketch Club; A. Fund S.; life member 

Lotos Club 1901. 

BIRREN, JOSEPH P. (I.), 1872 Reta St., Chicago, 111. 

•Bom Chicago, 111., May 14, 1864. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant. 
BISBING, HENRY SINGLE WOOD (P.), 23 Rue des Martyrs, ParU, France. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., January 31, 1849. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Munich Academy; De 

Hass in Brussels; Vuillefroy In Paris./ Third class medal. Salon, 1891; Temple 

gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1892; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; silver 

medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 

1901; Chevalier Legion of Honor, France, 1902. Member Paris S. A. P. 
BISSELL, GEORGE EDWIN, 342 South Fourth Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y. (See Sculptors.) 
•BITTER, KARL THEODORE FRANCIS, New County Boulevard, Weehawken, N. J. (See 

Sculptors.) 
BITTINGER, CHARLES (P.), 51 'Boulevard Saint- Jacques, Paris, France, and care Mrs. 

J. C. Marin, 1 West 8l8t St., New York. 

Bom Washington, D. C, June 27, 1879. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- Arts, Del^clus* 

and Colarossi Acajdemies in Paris. Member Paris A. A. A. 
BIXBEE, WILLIAM JOHNSON (P., I., W. A. A., T.), 616 Washington St., Boston, Mass.; 

h. Marblehead, Mass. 

Bora Manchester, N. H., 1850. Pupil of Tommaso Juglaris and S. P. Rolt Triscott 

in Boston. Member B. A. C; Sec. B. S. W. C. P. 
BLACK, OLIVE P. (P.), 10 Avon St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1887. 
BLACKMORE, ARTHUR E. (P., W. A. A.), The Windsor Arcade, New York; h. 426 Soutb 

Second Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Bom England, Febmary 8, 1854. Pupil of South Kensington Museum, London. 

Member Salma. Club; Kit-Kat Club. 
BLACKMAN, MRS. CARRIE H. (P.), 5843 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Associate S. W. A. 

BLAKE, ANNIE DEHON (P.), 265 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1884. 
BLAKE, JAMES E. (P.), Grandin Road, Cincinnati, O. 
BLAKELOCK, RALPH ALBERT (P.), care H. Watrous, 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Born New York, 1847. Self taught. Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900. 

Specialty, landscapes. 
BLANCHARD, ETHEL (P.), 15 Grandmann Studios, Boston, Mass.; h. 14 Burr St., Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 

Born Boston, Mass. Pupil of Boston Museum. Member A. S. M. P.; C. S. B. 1901. 
BLANEY, DWIGHT (P.), 20 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass.; h. 82 Mt. Veraon St. 

Bom Brookline, Mass., 1865. Member N. Y. W. C. C; Boston W. C. C; C. S. B. 

1892. 

BLANEY, HENRY R. (Etcher), 129 Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass. 

Bom Dedham, Mass., January 29, 1855. Self taught. Honorable mention, Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

CLANKE, MARIE B. (P.), 1724 Deming Place, Chicago. 111. 

BLASHFIELD, EDWIN HOWLAND (P.), Carnegie Studios, New York; b., 48 West 69tb St. 
Born New York, December 15, 1848. Pupil of Bonnat. Bronze medal, Paris Exposi- 
tion, 1900. N. A., 1888: member S. A. A. 1882; A. W. C. S.; Mural P.; N. Y. 
Arch. Lg. 1886; Municipal A. S.; N. S. S.; F. A. S.; N. A. C; (hon.) A. L A. 

BLAUROCK, CARLOTTA (P.), 1712 Dlversey Boulevard, Chicago, lU. 

fiom Prescott, Wis., 1866. Pupil of A. I. C; Charles Lasar In Paris. 



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BLENNER, CARLE J. (P.), 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Richmond, Va., February 1, 1864. Pupil Yale Art School; Bouguereau, Robert- 
Fleary, Aman Jean in Paris. Medal, B. A. C, 1891; third Hallgarteu prize, N. A. D., 
1899; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1001. Member Salma. 
Club, 1890. 

BLESSUM, BENJAMIN (P.), 1261 North Albany Ave., Chicago, 111. 

BLISS, ELIZABETH (P.), 202 West 78th St., Nlew York. 

BLOODGOOD, MORRIS SEYMOUR (P.), New York. 

Born New York. Pupil of N. A. D. and A. S. L. Studied in Paris. 

BLOODGOOD, ROBERT F. (P., I.), 68 West 57th St., New York. 

Bom New York. Pupil of N. A. D. and A. L. S., New York. Member N. A. C; N. Y. 
Etching Club; A. S. L.; Salma. C. 

BLOOOMER, HIRAM REYNOLDS (P., I.), 506 Battery St., San Francisco, Cal.; h. Sansa- 
lito, Cal. 

Born New York, December 19, 1845. Pupil of T. Hill, Carolus-Duran and G. Pelouse. 
First medal for landscape at California State Fair. Member San Francisco Art 
Asso. ; Bohemian Club. 

BLOOMFIELD, ELIZ.VBETH L. (P.), corner Wayne and Maplewood Aves., Germantown, Pa. 

BLUMENSCHEIN, ERNEST L. (P.), Carnegie Studios, New York. 

Born' Pittsburg, Pa., 1874. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant and J. P. Laurens. Member 
Salma. C. 1899* S. I. 

BOERICKE, JOHANNA m! (S.), 6386 Drexel Road, Overbrook, Pa. 

BOGERT, GEORGE H. (P.), 27 West 67th St., New York. 

Born New York, 1864. Pupil of N. A. D. ; Puvls de Chavannes, Aim6 Morot and B. 
Boudin in Paris. Honorable mention, P. A. F. A., 1892; Webb Prize, S. A. A., 1898; 
first Hallgarten Prize, N. A. D., 1899; bronze med(|il, Paris Exposition, 1900; siWer 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; gold medal, A. A. S.. 1902. A. N. A.; 
member S. A. A. 1899; S. L. P.; Salma. Club, 1897; N. A. C; A. Fund S. 

BOGGS, FRANK M. (P.), Chez M. Brame, 2 Rue Laffitte, Paris. Studios in Paris and 
New York. 

Born Springfield, O., 1855. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts and of J. L. G^rOme, in 
Paris. "A Rough Day at Honfleur" (now property of the Boston Museum of Fine 
Arts) receiyed $2,500 prize at a competitiye exhibition in New York, 1886; silver 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1889. 

SOHM, MAX (P.), Etaples, Pas-de-Calais, France, and care H. E. Bohm, 1362 Detroit St., 
Cleveland, O. 

Born Cleveland, O., 1868. Pupil of Laurens and Benjamin-Constant, Paris. Third 
class medal, Paris Salon, 1808; silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member Cleveland Art Club. 

BOLMER, M. DE FOREST (P.), 61 West 10th St., New York. 

Born Yonkers, N. Y., 1854. Studied in Paris and Munich. 

BOLTON, FRANCES (P.), 326 Clermont Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BONSALL, ELIZABETH F. (P., I.), 10 South 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., September 12, 1801. Pupil of P. A. F. X., under Eaklus and 
Howard Pyle; Collins and Courtois in Paris. First Toppan prize, P. A. F. A., 1886; 
Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1888 and 1897. Member Plastic Club. 

BONSALL, MARY W. (P., I., W. A. A.), 10 South 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 3731 Wal- 
nut St. 

Pupil of Cecilia Beaux and Wm. M. Chase. First Toppan prize. Schools of P. A. 
F. A., 1896. Member Plastic C. 

BORDEN, E. SHIRLEY (P.), Media, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1867. Member Philadelphia Sketch C. 

BORGLUM, GCTZON (P., S., I.), 166 East 38th St., New York. 

Born California, March 26, 1867. Pupil of San Francisco Art Asso.; Julian Acad- 
emy in Paris. Gold modal, Western Art Asso. Member Soci6t6 Nationale des Beaux- 
Arts, Paris; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902. 

BORGLUM, SOLON H., 30 East 14th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

BOSTON, FREDERICK J. '(P.), 76 Wilson S^, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom Bridgeport, Conn. Pupil of Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member Brooklyn A. C. 

BOSTON, JOSEPH H. (P.), 203 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born Bridgeport, Conn. Bronze medal, Pan-Aniorlcan Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; 
A. N. A. 1901; member S. A. A. 1896; Salma. C. 1898; Brooklyn A. G. 

BOSTWICK, JANE W. (P., I.), 602 South Linden Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

BOUGHTON, GEORGE HENRY (P.), West Houfle. Camden Hill, London, W., England. 

Born near Norwich, England, 1834. Brought to America when an infant. Studied 
in Albany, N. Y. ; in Paris, under Edouard Fr(^re: in 1861 went to London. Mem- 
ber N. A. 1871; A. W. C. S. ; A. Fund S. ; Royal Academy, London, 1898. 

BOUTWOOD, CHARLES EDWARD (P., T.), Art Institute, Chicago, lU. 

Born England. Pupil of Royal Academy in London. Member S. W. A.; Chicago S. A. 

BOWEN, BENJAMIN J. (P.), .35 Rue Capron, Paris, France. 

Bom Boston, Mass. Pupil of Lefebvre and Robert-FIeury in Paris. 

BOWER, ALEXANDER (P.), Willow Grove, Pa. 

BOYDEN, DWIGHT FREDERIC (!».). Algonquin Club, Boston, Mass. 

Bom Boston, Mass. Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris. Silver medal, Bos- 
ton; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1890: third class medal, Paris Salon, 1900. 

BOYER, RALPH L. (P.), 904 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

BOYLE. JOHN J., 251 West 61st St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

BRACKEN, JULIA M. (P., S.), 19 Studio Bldg., Chicago. (Se« Sculptors.) 



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BRACKEN (CLIO HINTOX IIUNKKER) (Mrs. William Barrle), 84 East o6th St.. New 

York. (See Sculptors.) 
BRACKETT, AUGUSTUS, Winchester, Mass. (See Sculptors.) 

BRACONY, LEOPOLD, Room 45 Central Music Hall, Chicago, III. (See Sculptors.) 
BRADLEY, FLORENCE A. (P.), 1105 Auditorium Tower, Chicago, lU. 

'Born Mt. Morris, N. Y., 1853. Pupil of Ingham DnlTerslty, Silver Lake Art School, 

Irving R. Wiles and Rhoda Holmes Nlcholls. 
BRADLEY, GEORGE P. (P.), 347 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 0. 

Member S. W. A. 
BRADLEY, MRS. SUSAN H. (P., I.), 1228 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom Boston, Mass. Pupil of Abbott H. Thayer, Edward Bolt, William M. Chase 

and School of Boston Museum. Member C. S. B., 1800; Executive Com. Phila. 

BRAGDON, CLAUDE FAYETTE (P. I.), 104 Cutler Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. (See Architects.) 
BRAIN, ELIZABETH (P.), Springfield, 0. 
BRANDEGEE, ROBERT B. (P.), Farmlngton, Conn. 

Silver medal Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
BRANSON, KUHNE BEVERIDGE (Mrs. W. B.), 7 Park St., I^ndon. England. (See 

Sculptors.) 
BRANDT. CARL L. (P.), Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

N. A. 1872. 
BRANTINGHAM, GRACE I. (P.), Rockford, lU. 

Born Rockford, 111. Pupil of A. I. C. 
BRAUNER, OLAF M. (P., S., T.), 88 Wait Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born Christlania, Norway, February 9, 1869. Pupil of F. Benson and E. Tarbell. 
BRECK, GEORGE W. (P.), 74 South Washington Square, New York. 

Member Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. Lg, 1902. 
BRECKENRIDGE, HUGH H. (P., T.), Fort Washington, Pa. 

Born Leesburg, Va., 1870. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Bougncreau, Doucet and Ferrler in 

Paris. First Toppan prize, P. A. F. A.; medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; honorable 

mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 

1901; second Corcoran prize, Washington, D. C. Sec. of the Faculty and Instructor In 

P. A. F. A.; instructor in Darby School of Painting, Fort Washington, Pa. 
BREESE, ELOISE LAWRENCE (S.), 35 East 22d St., New York. 
BRENNEMAN, GEORGE W. (P.), 14 West 22d St., New York; h. 38 West 126th St. 

From May to October, Central Valley, Orange County, N. Y. 

Born Now York, 18oG. Pupil of Prof. DIetz in Munich. Member A. W. C. S. 
BRENNER, VICTOR DAVID, 147 West 23d St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
BREUER, THEODORE ALBERT (P.), 51 Boulevard Saint-Jacques, Paris, France. 

Born Cincinnati, 0., 1870. Pupil of Karl Marr In Munich and Cormon in Paris. 
BREUL, HUGO (P.), 235 Benefit St., Providence, R. I.; h. Fruit Hill Ave. 

Born Saalfeld. Germany, May 27, 1854. Pupil of Wilmarth, Chase, 0. Seitz, Lln- 

dcnHchmidt, Boulanger and Lefebvre. 
BREVOORT, JAMES R. (P.), New York. 

Born Westchester County, N. Y., 1832. Pupil of Thomas S. Cummings. N. A. 1863; 

member Royal Academy, Urbino, Italy. 
BREWER, MRS. ALICE HAM (P.), 12 West 18th St., New York; h. 250 West 57th St. 

Born Chloajro, 111., March 14, 1K72. Pupil of A. I. C; A. 8. L.. Now York; Henry 

Mosler, Wra. J. Whittemore and Rhoda Holmes Nlcholls. Member N. Y. W. C. C; 

A. S M. P. 
BREWER, ETIIELLYN (P.), 108 West 57th St., New York. 
BREWSTER, AMANDA. (See Mrs. R. V. V. Sewell.) 

BREWSTER, GEORGE T., 121 East 17th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
BREWSTER, JULIA NEWMAN (P.), Essex County, N. Y. 
BREWSTER, ISABELLE (Mrs. Samuel D.) (P.), 126 West 80th St., New York. 

Member Woman's A. C. 
BREYFOGLE, JOHN W. (P.), 68 West 57th St., New York. 

Bom Louisville, Ky., 1874. Pupil of P. A. F. A., under Wm. M. Chase and 

TThoiTifl fl P ^nflHntz 
BRICIIER, ALFRED THOMPSON (P.), 2 West 14th St., New York; h. New Dorp, S. I. 

Bora Portsmouth, N. H., 1839. A. N. A. 1879; member A. W. C. S. ; B. A. C. 

Specialty, marines. 
BRIDGES, FIDELIA (P.), Canaan, Conn. 

Born Salem, Mass., 1834. Pupil of W. T. Richards. A. N. A. 1874; member A. 

W. C. S. 
BRIDGMAN, FREDERIC ARTHUR (P.), 146 Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris, France. 

Born Tuskegee, Ala., November 10, 1847. Pupil of J. L. G^rOme In Paris. Third 

class modal, Paris Salon, 1877; second class medal, Paris Exposition, 1878; silver, 

Paris Exposition, 1889; gold, Munich, 1891: second class, Berlin, 1892; first class, 

Antwerp, 1894; silver, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver, Pan-American Exposltloxv 

Buffalo, 1901; Legion of Honor, 1878. OflBcer of Order of St. Michael of Bavaria; 

Member N. A. 1881; S. A. A. 1889; Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1899; Paris S. A. P. 
BRIGHAM, W. COLE (P., T.), Harbor Villa, Shelter Island Heights, Suffolk County, N. Y. 

Born Baltimore, Md., January 11, 1870. Pupil of A. S. L., New York. Silver medal, 

A. A. S., 1902. Member A. S. L. 
BRIGHT, JOHN IRWIN (P.), 716 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Overbrook, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1869. Pupil of G6r(^me. Honorable mention, A. C. P., 1901; 

bronze medal, A. A. S., 1902. 



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BRILL, GEORGE REITER (P..L). 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 116 North 
17th St. 

Born Allegheny, Pa., 1867. Pupil of Spring Garden Inst.; P. A. F. A.; Cusachs and 
Boss. Honorable mention, Spring Garden Inst.; holds Sketch Club Seal. Member 
Philadelphia Sketch Club; A. C. P. 

BRINES, JOHN FRANCIS, 14 West 22d St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

BRINGHURST, ROBERT P., 1820 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. (See Sculptors.) 

BRINKERHOFF, N. W. (P.), 313 West End Ave., Now York. 

BRISTOL, JOHN BUN Y AN (P.), 515 Lexington Ave., New York. 

Born Hillsdale, N. Y., 1826. Pupil of Henry Ary at Hudson, N. Y. Medal, Cen- 
tennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1889; 
bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A. 1861 and N. A. 1875; 
member A. Fond S. 

BROMWELL, HENRIETTA (P., T.), 1119 Eighth St., Denver, Col. 
Bom Charleston, 111. Member Denver A. C. 

BROOKE, RICHARD NORRIS (P.), 1714 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D. C, and 
Warrenton, Va. 

Bom Warrenton, Va., October 20, 1847. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Bonnat and Benjamin- 
Constant in Paris. Parsons prize, S. Washington A., 1901. Member S. Washington A. 

BROOKS, ALDEN F. (P.), 722 Athenseum Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Born West Wllliamsfleld, O. Pupil of Edwin White and Carolus-Duran. Yerkes 
prize, Chicago Soc. of Artists. Member Chicago S. A. 

BROOKS, MARIA (P.), 319 West 46tii St., New York. 

Bom Staines, Middlesex, England. Pupil of South Kensington and Royal Academy's 
schools in London. Bronze medal, Crystal Palace, London; medal, Syracuse, N. Y., 
1898; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; bronze medal, 
Charleston, 1902. 

BROOKS, RICHARD E., 25 Avenue de Wagram, Paris, France. (See Sculptors.) 

BROUWER, ANTHONY TUEOPIIILUS, JR. (P., W. A. A.), West Hampton, N. Y. 

BROWN, ANNA WOOD (P.), 3 Washington Sq., New York. 
Member N. Y. Woman's A. C. 

BROWN, BOLTON COIT (P., W. A. A., T.), Woodstock, Ulster County, N. Y. 
Born Dresden, N. Y., November 27, 1864. 

BROWN, C. EMERSON (P.), 29 Grandmaun Studios, Boston, Mass.; h. 13 Atlantic Ave., 
Beverly, Mass. 
Born Beverly, Mass., January 9, 1868. Pupil of Wm. Adam. Member C. S. B. 1895. 

BROWN, ETHEL IS ADORE (P.), 51 West 10th St., New York. 

Bom Boston, Mass., 1874. Pupil of Cowles School In Boston; Merson In Paris. 

BROWN, ETHELBERT W. (P.), 13 West 30th St., New York. 

Born Camp Verde, Ariz., December 12, 1870. Honorable mention, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

BROWN, GEORGE (P.), 161 West 23d St., New York. 

BROWN, HAROLD HAVEN (P., I., W. A. A., T.), Tremont Place, Orange, N. J. 

Born Maiden, Mass., 1869. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School, Cowles Art School 
in Boston; Julian Academy, under Laurens, and Ecole des Beaux-Arts, under G6r6me, 
In Paris. Member Eastern Art Teachers Asso. ; Council of Supervisors of Manual 
Arts; School Crafts Clyb. 

BROWN, JAMES FRANCIS (P.), 61 West 10th St., New York. 
Bom Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

BROWN, J. G. (P.), 51 West 10th St., New York; h. 250 West 42d St. 

Bom Durham, England, November 11, li»31. Pupil of Wm. B. Scott In England; 
N. A. D., under Thomas Cummings, in New York. Honorable mention, Paris Ex- 
position, 1889; silver medal (twice). Mechanics Inst., Boston; bronze medal, Califor- 
nia, 1894; silver medal, Pun- American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A. 1862, 
N. A. 1863; Pres. A. W. C. S.; member A. Fund S.; (hon.) Salma. Club. 

BROWN, LILLIAN M. (P.), 6% Vista Block, St. Louis, Mo. 
Associate S. TV. A. 

BROWN, LOUISE NORTON (Mrs. Neal) (P.), Warsaw, Wis. 

Born Lockport, 111. Pupil of A. I. C, under Henry Spread; Chase in New York. 

BROWN, OLIVE V. V. (P.), Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 
Member N. Y. Woman's A. C. ; C. S. B. 1901. 

BROWN, ROBERT E. (P.), 24 East Adams St., Chicago, 111. 

BROWN, WALTER FRANCIS (P.), 10 Beacon St., Providence, R. I. 
Bom Providence, R. I., 1853. Pupil of G(?rOme in Paris. 

BROWN'E, CHARLES FRANCIS (P./T.). Fine Arts Bldg., 203 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Born Natlck, Mass., May 21, 1859. Pupil of P. A. F. A., under Eaklns; G6r6me 
and Schenck In Paris. Charles Toppan prize, P. A. F. A. Member S. W. A.; 
Central Art Asso., Chicago S. A. Instructor at A. I. C. Writer and lecturer on art. 

BROWNE, GEORGE ELMER (P.), 207 East 17th St., New York. 

Bora Gloucester, Mass., May 6, 1871. Pupil of Benson, Tarbell, De Camp and 
Ernest L. Major In Boston: Lefebvre and Robert-FIeury in Paris. Bronze medal. 
Mechanics Fair, Boston, 1895: book plate prize, Salma. C. 1898; George Inness, Jr., 
prize, Salma C, 1901. MornI.er Snlma. C. 1898; A. Fund S. 1902. 

BROWNE, MATILDA (P., I.), The Albany, 51st St. and Broadway, New York, and Green- 
wich, Conn. 

Born Newark. N. J. Pupil of C. M. Dewey, H. S. Bisbing and Julien Dupr^i. Hon- 
orable mention, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1899: 
third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1901. Member N. Y. Woman's A. C. 



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BROWNELL, MATHILDA A. (P.), 22 East 2l8t St.. New York. 

BROWNSCOMBE, JENNIE (P.), care W. C. Klackuer, 7 West 28th St., New York, and 

Honesdale, Pa. 

Born Honesdale, Pa., December 10. 1850. Papil of N. A. D. in New York; Henry 

Mosler in Paris. 
BRUCE- JOY, ALBERT (S.), 16 Impasse du Maine. Paris, France. 
BRUESTLE, GEORGE M. (P., I., T.), 306 East 25th St., Niew York. 

Boru New York. Pupil of H. S. Mowbray and Oustaye Courtois. Member A. S. L. 
BRUSH, GEORGE DE FOREST (P., I.), Dublin, N. H. 

Born Shelby ville, Tenu., September 28, 1855. Pupil of G^rOme. First Hallgarten 

prize, N. A. D., 1888; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Temple gold 

medal, P. A. F. A., 1897; gold medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, Pan-Ameri- 
can Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A.; member S. A. A. 1880; A. Fund S. 
BRYAN, DAISY D. (P.), 9 East Gordon St., Savannah, Ga. 
BRYAN, W. E. (P.), Dublin, Tex. 
BRYANT, MRS. NANNA MATTHEWS (P.), 9 Exeter St., Boston, Mass. 

Pupil of Julian Academy in Paris. Member C. S. B. 1893. 
BRYANT, WALLACE (P.), 9 Exeter St., Boston, Mass. 

Born Boston, Mass. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant, Laurens, Robert'Fleury and Bon- 

guereau in Paris. 
BUCKLEY, JEANNETTE (P.), care Art Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Member Chicago S. A. 
BUCKLIN, WILLIAM SAVERY (P.), Red Bank, N. J. 

Born Phalanx, 0., 1851. Pupil of Boston Normal Art School; Frederick Rondel In 

New York. Member A. S. L. of N. Y. 
BUDD, CHARLES JAY (P., L), 87 West 22d St., New York; h. 53 Hawthorne Ave., 

East Orange, N. J. 

Born Rensselaer County. N. Y.. February 14. 1859. Pupil of P. A. F. A. and 

A. S. L. Member Philadelphia Sketch Club. 
BUDWORTH, WILLIAM S. (P.), 615 South Eighth Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

•Born Brooklyn, N*. Y., September 22, 1861. Self taught. Silver medal, A. A. S., 

1902. Member A. A. S.; Vice Pres. Kit-Kat Club. 
BUEHR, KARL A. (P., T.), SlliQ Lake Ave., Chicago, lU. 

Born Stuttgart, Germany. Pupil of A. I. C. ; Collin, Prinet-Toumals and Julian 

Academy In Paris. Member Chicago S. A. 
BUEHR, MARY G. HESS (Mrs. Karl A.) (P.), 3736 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. 
BUERGERNISS, CARL (P., I.), 2509 Oxford St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
BUHLER, A. W. (P.), Studio Bldg., Boston, Mass. 

Pupil of Benjamin-Constant, Lefebvre and Delance in Paris. Member B. S. W. C. P. 
BULL, CHARLES L. (P., I.), 799 Park Ave., New York. 

Born New York State, 1874. Pupil of Harvey Ellis and M. Louise Stowell in Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Member N. Y. W. C. C; S. I. 
BUMSTKAD, ETHEL Q. (P.), 12 Berkeley St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1893. 
BUNCE, W. GEDNEY (P.), 21 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. 

Born Hartford, Conn., 1840. Pupil of Cooper Union and Wm. Hart in New York; 

Achenbach and P. J. Clays in Antwerp, Bronze medal, , Paris Exposition, 1900; silver 

medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 

1902. A. N. A. 
BUND, CLARICE (P.), 17 East 24th St., New York. 
BUNDY, J. E. (P.), Richmond, Ind. 

Associate S. W. A. 
BUNKER, CAROLINE (P.), 711 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1892. 
BUNKER, PHa^BE A. (P.), Merrick, L. I., N. Y. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1863. Pupil of Gustave Courtois in Paris. Norman W. 

Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1900. Member N. Y. Woman's A. C. 
BUNNER, RUDOLPH F. (P.), 19 East 21st St., New York. 

Member N. Y. W. C. C: Salma. Club 1890. 
BURBANK, ELBRIDGE AYER (P.), 210 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born Harvard, 111., 1858. Pupil of Academy of Design in Chicago and Paul Nauen 

in Munich. Yerkes first prize, Chicago, 1893: medal and honorable mention, Atlanta 

Exposition, 1895. Member S. W. A.; Chicago S. A. 
BURBANK, WILLIAM EDWIN (P., T.), The Pickering, Manchester, N. H.; b. 357 Mer- 
rimack St. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1866. Pupil of Laurens and Benjamin-Constant in Paris. Art 

Instructor, Manchester Inst, of Arts and Sciences. 
BUUDKTTE, HATTIE B. (P.). 614 7th St., Washington, D. C. 
BURDICK, HORACE ROBBINS (P.), 71 Crescent Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

Bom East Killingsly, Conn., 1844. Pupil of Lowell Inst, and Boston Museum School. 

Modal at Mechanics Inst.» Boston. Member B. A. C. 
BUREAU, ALBERT GEORGE, 22d and Alleghany Ave., PhiladeltJhla, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 
BURGESS, IDA J. (P., W. A. A.), 17 Studio Bldg., State and Ontario Sts., Chicago, 111. 

Member Chicago S. A. 

Pupil of Wm. M. Chase in New York; Merson in Paris. 
BURGESS. RUTH PAYNE (Mrs. John W.) (P.), 323 West 57th St., New York, and Mont- 

pelier, Vt. 

Member N. Y. Woman's A. 0. 




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BURLEIGH, SYDNEY RICHMOND (P.), Fleur-de-Lys, Providence, R. I.; h. 60 College St. 

Born Little Compton, R. I., July 7, 1863. Pupil of Laurens in Paris. Member 

N*. Y. W. C. C; Providence Art Club. 
BURLEIGH-CONKLING, PAUL, 19 Qual Malaquai, Paris, France. (See Sculptors.) 
BURLIN6AME, CHARLES ALBERT (P., I., T.), 183 Montague St., 'Brooklyn, N. Y.; h. 318 

Lafayette Ave. 

Bom Bridgeport, Conn., March 29, 1860. Pupil of Edward Moran, N. A.; Wm. H. 

LIpplncott and Prof. J. B. Whittaker. Member Brooklyn A. C; Soc. of Brooklyn 

Artists; Adelphi Art Club. 
BURPEE, WILLIAM P. (P.), 23 Irvlngton St., 'Boston, Mass. 

Member B. A. C. 
BURR, GEORGE E. (P., L), Toms River, N. J. 

Born Ohio. 
BURRIDGE, WALTER WILCOX (P.), 314 South Spring Ave., LaGrange, 111. 

•Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1857. Ferris W. C. prize, A. I. C. Member Chicago S. A. 
BURROUGHS, BRYSON (P.), 50 East 86th St., New York. 

Born Hyde Park, Mass., 1869. Pupil of A. S. L. in New York. Silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y., 1901. Member Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1809; 

S. A. A. 1901; Cincinnati A. C. 
BURROUGHS, EDITH WOODMAN (Mrs. Bryson), 50 East 86th St., New York. (See 

Sculptors. ) 
BURT, M. THEODORA (P.), 1203 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
BUSH-BROWN, HENRY KIRKE, 15 Clinton Court, New York. (See Sculptors.) 
BUSH-BROWN, M. LESLEY (Mrs. H. K.) (P.), Milton, Mass. 

Silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1002. Member N. Y. Woman's A. C; N. A. C. 
BUTLER, BESSIE SANDES (P.), Kalispell, Mon. 

Born Galesburg, Mich., 1868. Pupil of A. 1. C. 
BUTLER, E. S. (P.), 961 East McMillan St., Cincinnati, 0. 

•Born Cincinnati, O., January 26, 1848. Self taught. Sec. Cincinnati A. C. 
BUTLER, FRANK E. (P.), Strobrldge Lithograph Co., Cincinnati, 0. 

Member Cincinnati A. C. 
BUTLER, GEORGE B. (P.), 116 West 88th St., New York. 

Born New York. Pupil of Thomas Hicks In New York; Couture In Paris. Honorable 

mention, Paris Exposition, 1889. N. A. 1873. 
BUTLER, HOWARD RUSSELL (P.), Carnegie Hall, New York; h. 22 East 91st St. 

Born New York, March 3, 1856. Pupil of Dagnan-Bouveret, Roll and Gervex In 

Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1886; Temple silver medal, P. A. F. A., 

1888; medal, Atlanta, 1895; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

Member N. A. 1899; S. A. A. 1889; N. Y. W. C. 0.; N. Y. Arch Lg. 1889; N. A. C; 

Pres. American Fine Arts Society since 1889. 

CADMUS, EGBERT (P., I.), Bloomfleld, N. J. 

Bom 'Bloomfleld, N. J., 1868. Pupil of A. S. L., N. A. D. and the late Charles 

E. Moss. 
CAHILL, W. V. (P.), 45 East 69th St., New York. 

CALDER, ALEXANDER, 190 5 Park Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 
CALDER, ALEXANDER STIRLING, 337 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 
CALDWELL, MRS. ATHA HAYDOCK (P.), 520 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 

Associate S. W. A.; member Chicago S. A. 
CALIGA, ISAAC HENRY (P.), 20 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

Bora Auburn, Ind. Studied In Munich. Member C. S. B. 1898. 
CALVERLEY. CHARLES, 107 East 27th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
CAMERON, EDGAR (P., I.). 15 Studio Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Bora Ottawa, 111., 1862. Pupil of Cabanel, Benjamin-Constant and Laurens In Paris. 

Member Chicago S. A.; (hon.) Palette and Chisel Club; Associate Chicago Arch. C; 

art critic Chicago Tribune. 

CAMERON, MRS. MARIE GELON (P.), 16 Studio Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Born Paris, France. Pupil of Moreau do Tours, Cabanel, Laurens and Benjamin-Con- 
stant in Paris. Prize, A. I. C, 1902. Member Chicago S. A.; North Side Art Club. 

CAMPBELL, EDWARD MORTON (P. T.), Studio Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Born Hannibal, Mo. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts; Julian Academy in 
Paris under Lefebvre and 'Boulanger. Member St. Louis Artists' Guild; St. Louis 
Asso. of Painters and Sculptors; S. W. A. 

CAMPBELL, MAUD HOSKINSON (P.), 327 West 9th St., Erie, Pa. 

Born Erie, Pa. Pupil of Mrs. Lovlsa Card-Catlin. J. F. Downing prize, Erie Art 
Club. Member Art Club of Erie. 

CANFIELD, BIXTLEY K., 145 East 23d St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

CANFIELD, LUCETTA (P.), 28 Brelntnall Place, Newark, N. J. 

CARBEE, SCOTT CLIFTON (P., T.), Grundmann Studios, Boston, Mass. 

Born Concord, Vt., 1860. Pupil of Hugo Breul in Providence, R. I.; Bouguereau and 
Ferrler in Paris; Max Bohm in Florence. Member B. A. C; KIt-Kat Club; C. S. B. 
1902. 

CARL. KATE (P.), BO Avenue Perronet, Neullly, France. 

Bora New Orleans, La. Pupil of Julian Academy and of Courtois in Paris. Honorable 
mention, Paris Exposition, 1900. AsBooid de la Soci<^t6 Nationale des Beaux-Arts. 

CARLETON, CLIFFORD (I.), 6 West 103d St., New York. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., November 7, 1867. Pupil A. S. L. ' Membi>r S. I. 




Part II— U AMERICAN ART ANNUAL. 

CARLSEN, EMIL (P.), 43 East 59th St., New York. 

'Boru Deumark. Came to America in 1872 at age of twenty-four. Member S. A. A. 
1902. 

CARLSON, CHARLES JOSEPH (P.), 219 Kearny St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Burn Gothenburg, ^Sweden, October 20, 18G0. Pupil of Virgil Williams. Gold medal 
and prize palette, California School of Design, San Francisco, 1877; gold medal, Cali- 
fornia School of Design, San Francisco, 1882; premiums, Sacramento State Fair and 
Mechanics Fair; silver medal. State Fair, 1886; premium, Mechanics Fair, 1890. Mem- 
ber San Francisco Art Asso. ; Bohemian Club of San Francisco. 

CARLSUND, EMMA (P.), 1069 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

CARPENTER, DUDLEY S. (P.), 232 West 14th St., New York. 
Member N. Y. W. C. C. 

CARPENTER, FLORENCE A. (P.), The Montague, Kansas City, Mo. 

Born Wllllamstown, Vt. Pupil of Miss Hawley; Colarossl Academy; Mme. Hortenie 
Richards, Collin and Courtols in Paris. 

CARPENTER, MARGUERITE {&.), 216 West 63d St., New York. 

CARPENTER, MRS. N. H. (P.), 121 Eighth Ave., LaGrange, lU. 

CARPENTER, WILL A. (P.), 981 Madison Ave., New York. 

CARPER, MRS. MINNETTE SLAYBACK (P., W. A. A.), 4604 Morgan St., St. Louis, Mo. 
Born St. Louis, Mo. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts. 

CARR, LYELL (P., 1.), 146 West 5oth St., New York. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1857. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux- Arts, Lefebvre and Boulanger In 
Paris. Silver medal and diploma for decoration of Standard Oil Building, Paris Expo- 
sition, 1900. 

CABSPECKEN, GEORGE LOUIS (P.), 47 Superior Ave., Allegheny, Pa. 

•Born Pittsburg, Pa., July 27, 1884. First prize, $300, Worcester (Mass.) Art Museum, 
1902. 

CARTER, CHARLES MILTON (P., T.), 617 Klttredge Bldg., Denver, Col. 

Born Massachusetts. Studied in American and European schools. Member B. A. C. 
and Denver A. C. Author of "Some European Art Schools." Director of Drawing, 
North Side Schools, Denver. Former State Supervisor of Drawing for Massachusetts. 
President d'Honneur pour les Etats-Unis, Congrds Internationale de TEnselgnement da 
Dessin, Paris Exposition, 1900. 

CARTER, MARY MEIN (Mln. P.), 4608 Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia. 

CARY, MRS. EVELYN RUMSEY (P.), 340 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Honorable mention, Charleston Exposition, 1902. 

CASSATT, MARY (P., 1.), care Messrs. Durand-Ruel, 389 Fifth Ave., New York, and 10 
Rue de Marlgnan, Paris. 

Bom Pittsburg, Pa. Pupil of Soyer and C. Bellay in Paris. Silver medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

CASTELLO, EUGENE (P., I.), care Unity Club, 925 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

CASTLE, HELEN (P.), 1532 32d St., Washington, D. C. 

CAULDWELL, LESLIE G. (P.), 36 Rue Washington, Paris, France. 

Born New York, October 18, 1801. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre, Carolus-Duran and 
Julian Academy in Paris. Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1899. 

CHADWICK, CHARLES WESLEY (Wood Eng.), 51 Beck St., New York. 

Born Redhook-on-Hudson, N. Y., 1861. Pupil of Frederick Jueugling, William Miller 
and Frank French. Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Principal 
work at present for Century Magazine. 

CHADWICK, J. II. (P.), Fort Washington, Pa. 

CHALFANT, J. D. (P.), 721 Market St., Wilmington, Del. 

Born Chester County, Pa., 1856. Pupil of Bouguercau, Robert-Fleury and Lefebvre In 
Paris. 

CHALLENOR, FRANCES C. (P.) (See Mrs. Coan). 

CHALONER, WALTER L. (P.), care Boston Art Club, 'Boston, Mass. 
Member B. A. C. 1901. 

CHAMPLIN, HATTIE ELIZABETH (P.), 4711 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Born St. Louis, Mo. Pupil of A. I. C. Member A. S. L. of Chicago. 

CHAMPNEY, BENJAMIN (P.)» 21 Bromfleld St., Boston, Mass. 
Member B. A. C. 

CHAMPNEY, MARIE. (See Mrs. Humphreys.) 

CHAPIN, JOHN R. (P., I.), 884 West Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born Providence, R. I., January 2, 1823. Pupil of Samuel F. B. Morse. Organised 
Harper's Art Department in 1861 and superintended same. 

CHAPMAN, CARLTON T. (P., I.), 68 West 57th St., New York. 

Born New London, 0. Pupil of N. A. D. and A. S. L. in New York: Julian 
Academy in Paris. Silver medal, Boston, 1892; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chi- 
cago, 1893; medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, 
1901; bronze medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. . A. N. A.; member S. A. A. 1892; 
A. W. C. S.; N. Y. W. C. C; A. Fund S. 

CHAPMAN, ERNEST ZEALAND (P.), 50 West 65th St., New York. 
Born Lyttelton, New Zealand. 1864. Pupil of Laurens In Paris. 

CHAPMAN, MINERVA JOSEPHINE (P.), Abroad. Address care W. B. Chapman, 7540 
Union Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born Altmar, N. Y., December 6, 1858. Pupil of A. I. C; Robert-Fleury, Bougnereau, 
Courtois and Charles Lasar in Paris. 

CHASE, ADELAIDE COLE (Mrs. Wm. Chester) (P.), 95 Beacon St., Boston, Mast. 
Member C. S. B. 1898; S. A. A. 1903. 



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CHASE, MARY M. (P., W. A. A.), Shabbona, 111. 

Born IndianapuIiB, lud., March 23, 1861. Pupil of A. I. C. and of Frederick W. 
Freer. Member A. S. L. of Chicago. 

CHASE, WILLIAM MERRITT (P., T.), 303 Fifth Ave., New York; h. 234 East 15th St. 

Bom Franklin. Ind., 1849. Pupil of B. F. Hayes in Indianapolis; J. 0. Eaton in 
New York; A. Wagner and Piloty in Munich. Medal, Centennial Exposition, Phila- 
delphia, 1876: honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1881; honors, Munich, 1883; silTer 
medal, Paris Salon, 1889; first prize, Cleveland Art Asso., 1894; Shaw prize, S. A. A., 
1895; gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1895; gold medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; 
Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1901; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901; gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. Member N'. A. 1890; S. A. A. 1879; 
A. ^y. C. S. ; N. A. C. ; Munich Secession. 

CHERRY, MRS. EMMA RICHARDSON (P., T.), P. 0. Box 216, Houston, Tex. 

Born Aurora, III., February 28, 1859. Pupil of A. S. L. in New York; Julian, Merson 
and Del(^clus(> academies in Paris. Gold medal, Western Art Asso., Omaha. Member 
A. S. L. of N. Y. 

CHESNEY, LETITIA (Min. P.), Frankfort, Ky. 

CHILD, EDWIN BURRAGE (P., I.), 71 Broadway, Flushing, N. Y.; h. 239 Amity St. 
Born Gouverneur, N. Y., 1868. Pupil of John La Farge. 

CHILD, MRS. JANE BRIDGHAM (P.), 1727 19th St., W^ashington, D. C. 

Bom New York. Pupil of Julius Rolshoven in Paris. Bronze medal, Atlanta Exposi- 
tion, 1895; Corcoran prize, Washington Water Color Club, 1901. Member S. Wash- 
ington A.; Washington W. C. C. 

CHILD, ROBERT COLEMAN (P., W. A. A.), 1727 19th St., Washington, D. C. 

Born Richmond, Va. Member Washington W. C. C; Treas. S. Washington A. 

CHILLMAN, EDWARD (P.), 914 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1841. 

CHISLETT, MABEL CLARE (S.), 1000 New York Life Bldg. ,St. Paul, Minn. 

CHRISTY, HOWARD CHANDLER (I., T.), 76 West 85th St., New York. 

Born Ohio, 1873. Pupil of N. A. D., A. S. L. and William Chase in New York. 
Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901. Instructor at A. S. L., Cooper Union. Member N. A. C. 

CHURCH, FREDERICK STUART (P., I., Etcher), 1512 Broadway, New York. 

Born Grand Rapids, Mich., 1842. Pupil of L. E. Wilmarth, Walter Shirlaw, N. A. D. 
and A. S. L. in New York. Member N*. A. 1885; S. A. A. 1890; A. W. C. S.; 
N. Y. Etching Club. 

CHURCHILL, ALFRED VANCE (P., T.), Teachers College, New York; h. 2730 Broadway. 

Bom Oberlin, O., 1864. Pupil of Oberlin College, A. M. 1898; Julian Academy in Paris, 
1887-90. Pros. -Eastern Art Teachers' Asso., 1901. Director Art Dept., Iowa College, 
1891-93; instructor, St. Louis secondary and normal schools, 1893-97; professor of fine 
arts. Teachers College, New York, since 1897; lecturer on Art Interpretation and 
Criticism, Johns Hopkins University, 1002. Consulting editor of "University Lessons 
on the Fine Arts"; author of * 'Representative Judgments on the Principles of Art." 

CHURCHILL, W. W. (P.), 23 Irvington St., Boston, Mass. 
Born Boston. Pupil of Bonnat in Paris. 
Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

CHURCHMAN, E. MENDENHALL (P.), 1824 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Tarbell and Benson in Boston. Member 
Fellowship P. A. F. A. 

CIANI, VICTOR A., 3 West 15th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

CLARK, ALSON SKINNER (P., T.), 4 Paddock St., Watertown, N. Y. 

Born Chicago, March 25. 1876. Pupil of Lucien Simon. Whistler and Mucha in Paris. 

CLARK, ELIOT C. (P.), 939 Eighth Ave., New York; h. 37 West 84tb St. 
Born New York. March 27, 1883. Pupil of his father, Walter Clark. 

CLARK, FREDERICK H. (P.), 201 East State St., Trenton, N*. J. 
Bronze medal. A. A. S., 1902. 

CLARK, GUY GAYLER (P.), Elmhurst. L. I., N. Y. 

CLARK, ROSE (P.), 11 De Morgan Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Gold medal. Turin Exposition, 1902. Member N. Y. W. C. C. 

CLARK, WALTER (P., S.), 939 Eighth Ave., New York; h. 37 West 84th St. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., March 9, 1848. Pupil of George Inness and J. S. Hartley in 
New York. Silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Inness gold 
medal, N. A. D., 1902. A. N. A. 1898; member S. A. A. 1898; N. Y. W. C. C; S. L. P.; 
A. Fund S. 

CLARK, WALTER APPLETON (I.), 126 West 104th St., New York. 

Bom Worcester, Mass., 1876. Pupil of U. Slddons Mowbray and Wm. M. Cbase In 
New York. Silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan-American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, 1901. 

CLARKE, THOMAS SHIELDS, 50 Riverside Drive. New York. (See Sculptors.) 

CLARKSON, H. SHELTON (Mrs. Banyer) (P.), 122 East 37th St., New York. 

CLARKSON, RALPH ELMER (P.), Studebaker Studio, 203 Michigan Ave., Chicago, lU. 
Born Amesbury, Mass. Member N*. Y. W'. C. C. ; S. W. A. ; Treas. Chicago S. A. 

CLAUS. WILLIAM A. J. (P.), 7 Grundmann Studios, Boston, Mass. 
Member B. A. C. 

CLAY. MARY F. R. (P.), 10 South 18th St., Philadelphia. Pa.; h. 1734 Pine St. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of Wm. M. Chase in Philadelphia; Colin and MacMon- 
ntes in Paris. Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A., 1900. Member Plastic C; Fellowship 
P. A. F. A. 



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CLEMENT, E. H. [V.i. BoBton Transcript, Boston, Mass. 

CLEMENTS, GABRIKLLE DE VEAUX (P., W. A. A., T.). Bryn Mawr Schoolp Baltimore. 

Md.; h. 1533 Bolton St. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1868. Pupil of Robert-Fleury and 'Bougnereau In Paris. Second 

Toppan prize. P. A. F. A.; Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A.. 1895. Member Fellowship 

P. A. F. A. 

CLEMENTS, GEORGE H. (P.), Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. 

Member N. Y. W. C. C. ; B. S. W. C. P. ; Boston W. C. C. 

CLINEDINST, BENJAMIN WEST (P., I., T.), 1000 Madison Ave., New York. 

Bom Woodstock, Va., 1860. Pupil of Cabanel and Bonnat in Paris. Evans prize, 
A. W. C. S., 1900; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, 
Charleston Exposition, 1902. Member N. A. 1898; S. A. A. 1891; A. W. C. S. 

CLOPATH, HENRIETTE (P., T.), 1425 Sixth St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Born Switzerland. Studied in Munich. Instructor in Art in the University of Min- 
nesota. 

CLOSSON, WILLIAM B. (Eng.), 423 Boylston St., Boston. Mass. 

Born Thetford, Vt. Pupil of European masters. Gold, silver and bronze medals, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics Assoc; third class medal. Paris Salon, 1882; silver medal, 
Paris Exposition, 1889; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; diploma. Graphic 
Arts Exposition. Vienna; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo, 1901. Mem- 
ber B. A. C. 

CLUSMANN, WILLIAM (P.), 446 South Paulina St., Chicago, lU. 

Born Laporte, Ind. Pupil of Royal Academy in Munich under Professor Benczur. 
Honorable mention, Stuttgart, Germany, 1884. Member Chicago S. A. 

CLUTE, WALTER MARSHALL (P., T.), Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Born Schenectady, N. Y., 1870. Pupil of A. S. L. in New York; Benjamin-Constant 
and Laurens in Paris. Member A. S. L. of N. Y. ; Charcoal C, Buffalo; I'alette 
and Chisel C, Chicago; Chicago S. A.; Paris A. A. A.; S. W. A. Instructor at Art 
Institute of Chicago. 

COAN. MRS. FRANCES C. CHALLENOR (P.), 372 Sturtevant Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born Orange, N. J. Pupil of Henry B. Snell and Mrs. E. M. Scott. 
COAN. HELEN E. (P., I., T.), Cumnock Hall. 1600 tMgueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal.; h. 204 

West Burlington St. 

Born Byron, N. Y. Pupil of A. S. L. in New York. 
COBB, DARIUS (P.), 127| Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

'Born Maiden. Mass.. August 6, 1834. Studied with E. M. Judkins (a pupil of Wash- 
ington Allston). Member B. A. C; Cambridge Art Circle. Writer on art. 
COCHRANE, GRACE H. H.. 311 South 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
COFFIN, MRS. ESTHER L. (P.), 176 West 87th St., New York. 

Member N. Y. W. C. C. ; N. Y. Woman's A. C. 
COFFIN, SARAH TABER (Mrs. William H.) (P.), Chestnut Hill, near Boston, Mass. 

Born Vassalboro, Me., June 1, 1844. Pupil of Dr. Rimmer, R. Swain Gifford. W. 

Sartain, Frank Duveneck and Charles Woodbury. Member C. S. B. 1899. 
COFFIN, W. HASKELL (P.), 86 Rue Port Royal, Paris. France. 

Born Charleston, S. C. Pupil of Robert Hinckley. Honorable mention. Cosmos Club, 

Washington, D. C, 1896. Member S. Washington A. 

COFFIN, WILLIAM ANDERSON (P.), 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Allegheny, Pa., 1856. Pupil of Bonnat In Paris. Second Hallgarten prize, 

N. A. D., 1886; Webb prize, S. A. A., 1891; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; 

gold medal, A. C. P., 1898; Director of Fine Arts and member of the Superior Jury, 

Pan-American Exposition, 'Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. 

A. N. A., 1899; member S. A. A., 1886; S. L. P.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1888; Salma. Club. 
1898. 

COHEN, ISABEL (P.), 14 Vanderhorst St., Charleston, S. C. 

COHEN, KATHERINE M., 1922 RIttenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 

COHEN, LEWIS (P.), 9 Scarsdale Studios, Stratford Road. Kensington, London, W., England. 

COLBURN, ELEANOR RUTH (P.), Highland Park, 111. 

COLBURN, JOSEPH ELLIOTT (P.), Highland Park, 111. 

COLBY, GEORGE ERNEST (P.), 2544 North 42d Court, Chicago, III. 

COLBY, JOSEPHINE W. (Mrs. Franklin G.) (P.). 28 West 69th St., New York. 
Member N. Y. W. C. C; N. Y. Woman's A. C. 

COLE. ALPHAEUS P. (P.), Boulevard Raspall, Paris. France, and 12a Edith Terrace. Chel- 
sea, London, England. 

Bom Jersey City, N. J. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant and Laurens in Paris. Honorable 
mention, Pan-American Exposition, 'Buffalo, 1901. 

COLE. MRS. BLANCHE DOUGAN (P., I., T.), 1472 Pearl St.. Denver, Col. 

Born Richmond, Ind., August 12, 1869. Pupil of Bouguereau, Robert-Fleury and 
Whistler in Paris. Member Palette and Chisel Club, Chicago; Denver A. C. 

COLE, ELLIS PRENTICE (P.), 6032 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. 

COLE, TIMOTHY (Wood Eng.), 89 Via Pellegrlno, Rome; h. 12 Rue du Berger, BrUMeU, 
Belgium. 

Born London, England, April 6, 1862, of American parents. Pupil of Bond and 
Chandler. Medal and diploma, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gold medal, Paris 
Exposition, 1900; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1001. Member Paria 

COLEBROOK, ALEX. (P.), 867 Fifth Ave.. New York. 



PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS. Part U—17 

COLEMAN, CHARLES CARYL (P.), SIna Mura, Island of Capri, Italy. 

Born Kuffalo, N. Y., 1840. Studied in Paris and Rome. Silver medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A.; member London Art Club; Players Club, New 
York. 

COLLES, GERTRUDE (P.), 939 Eighth Ave., Nevr York. 

Born Morrlstown, N. J., August 20, 1869. Pupil of J. P. Laurens, George tie Forest 
Brush and B. R. Fitz. Specialty, portraits. 

COLLIER, AMY A. (P.), 31 West 34th St., New York. 

COLLIER, C. MYLES (P., I.), Salmagundi Club, 14 West 12th St., New York. 

Born Virginia. Self taught. Traveled in Europe. Silver modal, Charleston Exposition, 
1902. Member Salma. Club 1*>97; A. A. S. 

COLLINS, ARTHUR G. (P.), 81 Boulevard du Mont-Pa rnasse, Paris, France. 

Bom Boston, Mass., 1866. Pupil of Lefebvre, Doucet, Robcrt-Fleury, Roll and Ben- 
jamin-Constant in Paris. Member B. A. C. 

COLLINS, FRANK H (P.), 114 East 54th St., New York. 
Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1899. 

COLLINS, ROBERT C. (I.), Rockville Centre, Long Island, N. Y. Bronze medal, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

COLMAN, BRALEY (P.), 140 West j5th St., New York. 

COLMAN, SAMUEL (P.), 97 Central Park West, New York. 

•Born Portland, Me., 1833. Studied in Paris and Spain. Picture purchased by Lotos 
Club Fund, N. A. D., 1896. N. A. 1S62. One of the founders and president of the 
American Society of Painters in Water Colors, which became the American Water 
Color Society. 

COLTMAN, ORA (P.), 41 Mayfleld Road, Cleveland, 0. 

Born Shelby, O., 1860. Pupil of A. S. L. in New Y'ork; Julian Academy in Paris. 
Vlce-Pres. Water Color Soc. of Cleveland; Associate S. W. A. 

COMAN, MRS. CHARLOTTE B. (P.), The Vandyke, 939 Eighth Ave., New York. 

Born Watervllle, N. Y., 1834. Pupil of James R. Breyoort in New York; Harry 
Thompson and Emile Vernier in Paris. Bronze medal, California Mid-winter Exposi- 
tion, San Francisco, 1894; prize. Woman's A. C. Member N. Y. W. C. C. ; N. Y. 
Woman's A. C; Art Workers Club. 

COMINGOR, ADA M. (P., T.), 317 North Pennsylvania Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Born Indiana. Pupil of Wm. Chase, Kenyon Cox and Beckwith in New Y'ork. 

COMINS, EVEN F. (P.), 216 Boulevard Raspall, Paris, France. 

Pupil of Bonnat, Merson and Laurens in Paris. Member C. S. B. 1893. 

COMSTOCK, ANNA BOTSFORD (Wood Eng.), 43 East Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Born Otto, N. Y., 1854. Pupil of Cooper Union and John P. Davis. Bronze medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member Soc. of American Wood Engravers. 

CONANT, LUCY SCARBOROUCill (P.), 82 Beacon St., Boston. Mass. 

Born Brooklyn, Conn., 1867. Studied in Boattm and Paris. Member C. S. B. 1892. 

CONN'ELL, EDWIN D. (P.), 7 Rue Lemaitre, Puteaux (Seine), France. 

Born New York. Pupil of Bouguereau, Robert-Fleury and Julien Dupr6 in Paris. Hon- 
orable mention, Paris Salon, 1899. 

CONNER, CHARLES (P.), Fountain City, Ind. 

Horn Richmond, Ind. .Speciultios. landscapes and still life. 

CONNER, JEROME, 110 Wellington Place, Syracuse, N. Y. (See Sculptors.) 

CONNER, JOHN R. (P., I.), Radnor, Pa. 

Bom Radnor, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A. Traveling Scholarship, P. A. F. A. 

CONRADS, C. «S.), Hartford, Conn. 

CONTOIT, LOUIS (P.), 145 East 23d St., New York. 

CONWAY, JOHN S., Tenatly, N. J. (See Sculptors.) 

COOK, JEAN BEMAN (P.), 4852 Washington Ave.. Chicago, 111. 

COOK, JOHN A. (P., T.), 16 Say ward St., Gloucester, Mass. 

Bom Gloucester, Mass., 1871. Pupil of De Camp, Douglas Volk, E. L. Major. 

COOK, WILLIAM E. (P.), 180 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. 

COOKMAN', C. E. (P.), 146 West 55th St., Now York. 
Born Columbus, Ohio. Member N. Y. W. C. C. 

COOLIDGE, GEORGETTE E. (Mrs. W. G.) (P.), 4752 KImbark Ave., Chicago, III. 
Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1850. 

COOPER, A. M. (P.), Carnegie Hall (Room 157), New York. 

COOPER, ALICE, 1038 Fine Arts Bldg.. Chicago. 111. (See Sculptors.) 

COOPER, COLIN CAMPBELL (P.). Art Club, 220 South Broad St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. .\. F. A.; Julian Academy and other schools In 
Paris. Bronze medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; gold medal, A. A. S., 1902: Wm. T. 
Evans prize, A. W. C. S., 1903. Member N. Y. W. C. C. ; A. C. P.; T Sq. C. 1897; 
Phila. W. C. C; Fellowship P. A. F. A. 

COOPER. EMMA LAMPERT (Mrs. Colin Campbell) (P.), care S. W. Cooper, 1200 Beta 
Bldg., Philadelphia. 

Born Nunda, N. Y. Pupil of Harry Thompson in Paris; J. Kever in Holland; Wm. M. 
Chase in New Y'ork. Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; Atlanta ExpoHition, 
1895; gold medal, A. A. S., 1902. Member Plastic Club; Phlla. W. C. C; N. Y. W. 
C. C. ; N. Y. Woman's A. C; W. A. A. of Canada; Woman's International Art C, 
London. 

COOVER, NELLA B. (P.), Harvey, 111. 

Bom Wooster, O. Pupil of Julian and Del^cluse academies in Paris. 

COPELAND, CHARLES (P.), 49 Studio Bldg., Boston, Mass. 
Member B. A. C; B. S. W. C. P. 



rait 11—18 AMERICAX ART AXXCAL. 

rOPKLAXD. J. FRANK (P.). 320 South Broad St,, Philadelphia. 

CHrr. KLl-EN RAXKIN. 26 Trve Studios. Chicago. 111. ^Sef Sculpt «»rs. » 

COUXER. THOMAS CROMWELL (P.). 1312 Park Are.. Baltimore. Md. 

B«>rn Baltimore, Md., February 2, lt>6a. Pupil of LefebTre and Benjamin-Cucuitai.: la 

Paris. 
CORNISH, MISS iP.L 17 Doughty St.. Charleston, S. C. 
CORWYER. PAIL iP. ». 139 West 55th St.. New York. 

B^>rn St. Lii>uis. Mo. I^ipil of Lefebvre. Benjamin-Constant and Loois Blanc is Paris. 

First prite. Exhibition of American Art Association, 1892: gold medaL St. Lo«ii> Aafti- 

ciatiou of Painters and Sculptors. 1^95. Member St. Loais Aaso. of Pai&trrs juifd 

Sculptors: Artists' Guild of St. Louis: S. W. A. 
CORN WELL. MARTHA JACKSON «S.>. 152 West 57th St., New York. 
CORN WELL, WILLIAM CARYL tP. ». East Aurora. N. Y.. and 37 West 34ih St.. New Tc-rt 

Bora Lyons, N. Y.. August 19, 1S53. Pupil of LefebTre and Bo<L2a:;g<er in Faru. 

Member BuffaK' Soo. of .\rtists: Buffalo Fine Arts Academy: N. A. C. 
CORSON. K-VTHERINE LANGDON <P.), Plymouth Meeting. Mootgomeir Co«»tj. Fa.: t. 

Corson's, Pa. 

Bom Ri«cbdale. England. 1S69. Pupil of Emll Carteen, B. Bolioa Jonn and F. C 

Jones, MedaU Atlanta Exposition. 1S95. 
CORWIN. CHARLES ABEL »P. i. Art Institute. Chicago. IlL 

Bom Newtmrgh-oo-Hudson. N. Y.. 1^57. Pupil of Frank DcT«B«ck. Martin B. Cnla 

priie. A. I. C. ISkV. Mtrxut^r Chicago S. A.; S. W. A. 
CORY. MRS. FANNIE Y. «I.i. care Century Company. 33 East 17tk St.. New T«^ 

Honorable mention. Paa-Amt-rican Exi.»ositioc Buffalo. l£h*l. Mezuber S. L 
COTTELL, AMELIA C. «P. ♦. 237^ North 4^ Court, Irxlsg Park. IlL 
COTTER, S- CECIUA ^S. • iSee Mr*. Klngi. 
iX>TTON. Ji»HN WESLEY .P. -. 45 La S«lie St.. Cldcag.x. IlL 

Bom Ontario. Canada. 1^6S. Pupil of A. S. L. in Tcr«ctc>. CazA^Sa. a^ Jk- 1. C 
COTTON. MARIETTA \P-'. 20 West 59ih St.. New York. 

Bom Ne« York. Hor^rable mectioc Parts Saloc li^. 
COUCH. FRANK B. iP.». SSI Fifth Are.. New York. 

COrDERT. AMALIA KCSNER iMrs. Ctarles D. • -Mia. P.%. 53 W**: 4Scl SS:., New T*ck. 
COULTER, IM<.H;EN ADAMS tP.-. 4 Roe de Ct*Tresaf, Paris. Fnacf. 

Pupil of Wa. C^se is New York: Cc41in aad Msc^ tz. Para^ 
iVUPER, WILLIAM. ^.'7 Ei*: Utt St., N-w Yt-rk. .S^ S<^?: .-^ 
COUSJE, EaNGKR IRVING iP.. 1. ». Vaa ^yck Stwiiosc «» E:g*:i. At* . N^-w T.c*. 

Bj^n Sig-.zAw. Mlct.. l>«3ii. PrspU cf N. A_ D. i= New Yrck: B nx^c^^x. KKwrt 

Fleury and Ecole de* Bea::x-ArLt in Paris, S^w fcin? f.c tL*:k xm ■»i_t* ai io.. 

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CVUTTRIER. PHLLEBERT LEON P.-. 31 B^kI^t^t^ BertiLaer. Far^s. Fraj»:<* 

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C\»WI_ES:w FRANK W. P.. T. •. 145 I>ari=K«tk St.. B:«t^.nt, Ma«k 

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PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS. Part 11 -li) 

COXE, REGINALD C. (P.), Saturn Club, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Born Baltimore, Md., 1855. Pupil of Bonnat in Paris. Fellowship prize, ItnlTiilii Sue. 
of Artists, 1895. 

CRAIG. THEODORE B. (P.), 38 West 28th St., New Yorlt. 

CRAIG. THOMAS B. (P.), 337 Montrose Ave., Rutherford, N. J. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. A. N. A. ; member Salma. C. ; A. Fund S. 

CEANE, BRUCE (P.), 14 West 12th St., New Yorlt. 

Born New Yorlt, 1857. Pupil of A. H. Wyant. Webb prize, S. A. A., ISJ>7; l.iouzo 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; George Inness gold medal, N. A. 1>., 1901; Hilver 
medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Churlestoii lOxpuHltloii, 
1902. N. A. 1901; member S. A. A. 1881; A. W. C. S. ; N. Y. W. C. C. ; Sulniai. tMub, 
1888; N. A. C. Specialty, landscapes. 

CRANE, FREDERICK (P.), Van Dyclc Studios, Room 406, 939 Eighth Ave., N.w York; h. 
Bloomlleld, N. J. 

CRANFORD, KENNETH (P.), Waltefleld, Bronx, New Yorlt. 
CRAVEN, LAURA (P.), 1020 Chestnut St., Phihidelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1874. Pupil of Philadelphia School of Di'sign for \V ii; 

Elliott Daingerfleld In New York. 
CRAWFORD, ESTHER M. (P., W. A. A.), 43 West 19th St., New York. 

Born Atlanta, Ga. Pupil of Otto Walter Beck and James McNeill Whistbr. 
CRITCHER, CATHERINE CARTER (P)., 1421 F St., Washington, D. C. 
CRITTENDEN, LILIAN H. (P.), 118 Hicks St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
CROCKER, MARION E. (P.), 150 Cypress St.. Brookline, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1888. 
CROSS, AMY (P.). 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Milwaukee, Wis. Pupil of Cooper Institnte under R. Swain Giff«inl iiii«l of 

A. S. L. in New York; Hague Academy in Holland under Jacob Maris mid Albert 

Neuhuys; Julian Academy in Paris. Silver medal, Atlanta Exposition, 189r>; liniuze 

medal, Charleston Exposition, 19o2. Member N. Y. W. C. C; N. Y. WoninirH A. C. ; 

W. A. A. of Canada. 
CROSS, ANSON K. (P.. T.), 198 Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass., and Normal Art School. 

Boston. 

Member B. A. C. 

CROSS. SALLY (P.), 18 Harcourt Studios. Boston, Mass. 

CROWELL, MARGARET (P., S., I.), 162 North 20th St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Avondiile, Po. 
Pupil of P. A. F. A. Member Fellowship P. A. F. A. 

CROWNINSHIELD, FREDERIC (P., I., W. A. A.), 42 West 18th St., New York; b. 314 
West End Ave. 

Bom 'Boston, Mass., 1845. Pupil of Rowbotham In London; BenouvlUe In Rome; 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Cabanel and Couture in Paris. Member N. Y. Arcb. Lg. 1880; 
Mural P.; (hon.) C. S. B. ; Pres. Flue Arts Federation of New York. 

CRUNELLE, LEONARD, 1795 North Morgan St., Decatur, 111. (See Sculptors.) 

CULMER, HENRY L. A. (P., I.), 4 Culmer Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Born Kent, England, March 25, 1854. Self taught. Member Society Utnb Ailinls; 
member Governing Board Utah Art Institute; N. A. C; writer and lecturer on nit. 

CUMMINGS, CHARLES A. (P.. T.). Des Moines,' la. 
Member B. A. C. 

CUMMINGS, MELVIN EARL, 46 Rue Vavin. Paris, France. (See Sculptors.) 

CURRAN, CHARLES COURTNEY (P., T.). 16 West 6lBt St., New York. 

Bom Hartford, Ky., Febmary 13, 1861. Pupil of A. S. L. and N. A. D. in New Y.irk; 
Constant and Doucet in Paris. Third Ilallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1888; houorabb* men- 
tion, Paris Salon, 1890; Clarke prize, N. A. D., 1893; medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 1893; second Ilallgarten prize, N. A. D., 1895; silver medal, Atinntu Exptml- 
tion. 1895; honorable mention. Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan-Ani4>ricnn 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A.; member S. A. A. 1888; A. W. C. S. ; Sninui. (Mub 
1897; Treas. N. Y. W. C. C. 

CURRIER, EDWARD W. (P., I.), 36 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Born Marietta, 0., October 11, 1857. Pupil Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago; (Jeo. L. 

Clough in New York. Member San Francisco Art Asso. 
CURRIER, GEORGE H. (P.). 53 Winter St.. HaverhlU. Mass. 

Member B. A. C. 
CURTIS. ALICE MARIAN (P.). 264 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Bom 'Boston, Mass. Pupil of W^. M. Hunt, Frank Duveneck and C. H. Wo<Mlliiiry. 

Member Boston W. C. C; C. S. B. 1893; N. Y. W. C. C. 
CURTIS, CONSTANCE (P.), Carnegie Studio, New York; h. 33 West 69th St. 

Bom Washington. D. C. Pupil of A. S. L. and Wm. M. Chase. 
CURTIS, ELIZABETH (P.), 27 West 47th St., New York. 

Bom New York. Pupil of Wm. M. Chase and John Twachtman. 
CURTIS, WILLIAM FULLER (P.), 1727 19th St., Washington, D. C. 

Member Washington W. C. C. 
GUSHING, HOWARD GARDINER (P.), 252 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Born Boston, Mass.. 1869. Pupil of Laurens, Benjamin-Constant and Doacet in Paris. 

Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 'Buffalo, 1901. 
CU5HMAN, ALICE (P.), 1340 Walnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom Philadelphia. Pa. Pupil of N. A. D. and of Ross Turner. Award of merit for 

water color from Woman's Exposition of the Carollnas, 1897. Member Plastic Club of 

Philadelphia; C. S. B. 1893; Phlla. W. C. C; N. Y. Woman's A. C. 




Part 11— 20 AMERICAN ART AXXUAL. 

CUTLflR. ( AKL GORDON (P.*. 144 Boylston St., BiSion. Mem. 

Born N(>\vtoiivill(>. Mass.. Ibl'S. Pupil of Laurens aitd Beojamin-Conttanc in Paris. 

DAILKV. ANNIi: K. (P..T. ». Wolf Hall. DenTer. Col. 

DAINGERFIELD. ELLIOTT (l., I., T.>. 145 West 55th St., New York; h. 406 West 57th St. 
Born Harper's Ferry, Va,. isr>9. Came to New York in ISSO. Studied in New York. 
Silver medal, Pau-.Vmerican Exposition, Buffalo. 1901; Clarke prize, N'. A. D., 1902- 
A. N. A.: member N. Y. W. C. C; S. A. .\. 190o. Member faculty Philadelphia School 
of lA^sign. 
DALLIN, CYitUS EDWIN, 69 Oakland Ave., .\rliu?ion Heights, Boston, M^ss. (S«e 

Sculptors. ) 
DANA. CHARLES E. (P., T.), 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 2013 De Lsnc^'y Place. 
Bom Wllkesbarre, Pa. Studied architecture at Royal Academy in Dresdeu and 
Munich; pupil of P. A. F. A.; E. Luminals in Paris. Gold medal, for W. C. at A. 
C. P. 1891. Member A. C. P.; Pres. Phila. W. C. C; Pres. Fellowship P. A. F. A.; 
Vlce-Pres. N. A. C; VIce-Pres. Falrmount Park A. A.; Fellow Soc. of Arts, 
London; Trustee Pa. Museum and School of Industrial Art; Prof, of Art, UnlT. of Pa. 
DANA, W. P. W. (P.), 57 Onslow Gardens, S. W., London, England. 

Bom Boston, Mass., 1833. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts, under PIcot and Le Poittevln 
in Paris. Third class medal, Paris Exposition, ISlii; bronze medal, Paris Exi»oeition, 
18>!9. N. A. 1863. 
DANFORTH, CHARLES A. (P.), 122 Ontario St., Providence, R. I. 

Born Boston, Mass. Pupil of Bouguereau, Munkacsy, Cormon and De Thoren. 
Silver medal, Boulogne, France. Member B. A. C; Providence A. C. 
DANNAT, WILLIAM T. (P.), 45 Avenue de VUUers, Paris, France. 

Born New York, 1853. Pupil of Munich Academy and of Munkacsy. Third class 
medal, Paris Salon, 1883; gold medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Legion 
of Honor 1889, Officer 1897, Commander 1901. Member Paris S. A. P. 
DANTZIG, MEYER (P.), 1710 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Honorable mention, A. A. S.. 1902. 
DARLING, W. M. (P.), Laren, Holland (N*. H.) 

Born Sandusky, O., 1856. Pupil of Julian Academy, Laurens and Benjamlu-Coustant 
in Paris. Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900. 
D'ASCENZO, NICOLA (P., W. A. A.), Qulnn-Sharpless Bldg., 16tb St., above Chestnot, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 4936 Rubicam Ave. 

Bora Torrlcella, Italy, 1869. Pupil of Marlani and Jacovacci In Rome. Mtnlal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; gold medal, T Sq. C, Philadelphia. Member 
Fellowship P. A. F. A.; T Sq. C; Phila. Sketch C; N. A. C; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902. 
D'ASCENZO, MYRTLE (P.), 1020 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 
DAVIDSON, CLARA D. (P., I.), 269 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

'Born St. Louis, Mo., 1874. Pupil of Mucha in Paris. Member Alumiue Woman's 
Art School, Cooper Union; A. S. L. 
DAVIDSON, HARRY (I., Eng.), 19 Union Square, New York. 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., 1858. Pupil of Frederick Faust. Honorable mention, Paris Ex- 
position, 1889; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan-American 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member Soc. of American Wood Engravers. 
DAVIES, ARTHUR B. (P.), 237 Fifth Are., New York; h. Rockland Lake, N. Y. 

Born Utlca, N. Y., 1862. Silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Boffalo, 1901. 
Member Chicago Soc. of Artists; N. Y. W. C. C. 
DAVIS, ALBERT E. (I.), 2558 Third Ave., Borough of Bronx, New York. (See ArchltecU.) 
DAVIS, ARTHUR F. (P., Etcher), Acton, Mass. 

Born Roxbury, Mass., March 27, 1S63. Pupil of A. H. Bicknell. 
DAVIS, CHARLES HAROLD (P.), Mystic, Conn. 

Born Auiesbury, Mass., 1856. Pupil of Otto Grundmann and Museum of Art In Boa- 
ton; Boulanger and Lefebvre In Paris. Gold medal, American Art Asso., New York, 
1886; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1887; $2,000 prize, American Art Asso., New 
York, 1887; silver medal. Paris Exposition, 18^9; Palmer prize. A. I. C. 1890; raf'dal. 
Mechanics Asso. Fair, Boston, 1890; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; 
grand gold medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; bronze medal. Paris ExiM>sition. 1900; 
Llpplncott prize, P. A. F. A., 1901; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 
1901. A. N. A. 1901; member S. A. A. 1896; Vice Pres. C. S. B. Specialty, land- 
scapes. 
DAVIS, CHARLES PERCY (P., T.), Museum of Fine Arts. St. Louis, Mo.; h. .'»00 Hen- 
rietta St. 

Pupil of Bouguereau, Ferrler and Flenry in Paris. Member St. Loois Asso. of Painters 
ami Sculptors; S. W. A. 
DAVIS. MRS. CORNELIA CASSADY (P.), Cincinnati, O.; h. Cleves, O. 

Born Cincinnati, 0., December 18, 1870. Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy and Hop- 
kins Inst. Member Cincinnati Woman's Art C. 
DAVIS. JOHN P. (I., Eng.), Wbately, Mass. 

Born Midrith Bridge. N. H. Sliver medal, Paris Exposition. 1889; silver medal, Paa- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
DAVIS. SAMUEL P. (I.. Eng.), 21 East 4th St.. New York. 

Born Schenectady, N. Y., 1846. Pupil of A. V. S. Anthony and John P. Davis. Gold 
medal. Columbian ELxposition, Chicago, 1888; brouae medal, Pan-American Exponltion, 
Buffalo, 1901. 
DAVIS, SARAH C. (P.). 100 Tappan St., 'Brookllne. Mass. 
Member C. S. B. 1893. 



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DAVIS, WARREN B. (P., I.), 41 West aith St., New York. 

DAWSON, ARTHUR (P.). care Lotos Club, 558 Fifth Ave., New York. 

Born Crewe, England, 1850. Pupil of David Law, W. Maris and James Baker. Stud- 
ied in Art Dcpt., South Kensington, London. Medal, Science and Art Dept., England; 
honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member Royal Society 
of Painter-Etchers; City of London Artists* Society; Nineteenth Century Art Society, 
London; C. S. A. 

DAWSON, GEORGE WALTER (P., T.), Room 419, Univ. of Pa. Dormitories, 37th and 

Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom Andover, Mass., 1870. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School in -Boston. Member 

Fellowship P. A. F. A.; Sec. Phila. W. C. C. Instructor in water cohir and drawing, 

Univ. of Pa. 
DAY, BERTHA CORSAN. (See Mrs. Bates.) 
DAY, FRANCIS (P.), 25 West 67th St., New York. 

Bom Le Roy, N. Y., 1803. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts, HC'ImtI iukI Merson in 

Paris. Third Hallgarten prize, N. A. D.. 1895. Member S. A. A. 1891. 
DEAN, MRS. SAMUEL B., 811 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1896. 

DEAN, WALTER L. (P.), 304 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

Bom Lowell, Ma^s. Pupil of Lefebvre, Boulanger and Oudlnot in Paris. Silver medal, 
Mass. Charitable Mechanics Asso., Boston, 1887; highest award, 1895. .Member 

B. A. C; Paint and Clay Club; B. S. W. C. P. 
DEANE. LILLIAN REUBEN A (P.), 273 52d St., Chicago, IlL 

Born Chicago, 1881. Pupil of A. I. C, under Carolyn D. Tyler and Virginia S. 
Reynolds. 

DEARTH, HENRY GOLDEN (P.), Carnegie Studios, New York. 

Born Bristol, R. I., 1863. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts and AlmC> Morot In Paris. 

Webb prize. S. A. A., 1893; bronze medal, Paris Exivosition, 1900; silver medal, 

Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, CharleKton Exposition, 19o2. 

A. N. A. 1902; member S. A. A. 1889. 
DEBEREINER, GEORGE (P.), 14 East 4th St., New York. 

Member Cincinnati A. C. 
Ufi CAMP, JOSEPH R. (P.), Harcourt Studios, Boston, Mass. 

Bom Cincinnati, 0., 1858. Pupil of Duvencck at Cincinnati School and of Uoyal 

Academy, Munich. First prize, City Hall Decorative Competition, Philadelplila; Teni- 

ple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1899; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900. A. N. A. 

1902; member A. C. P. 
DECOMBES, EMILIE E. (P., T.), 152 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Born Paris, France. Pupil of Ross Tumer and Charles H. Woodbury. MemlM>r 

C. S. B. 1892. 

DE CORDOBA, MATHILDE (P.), 102 West 84th St., New York. 

DE CRANO, FELIX F. (P.). 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, and Ponce de I^'on, St. 

Augustine, Fla.; h. Wallingford, Pa. 

Born in France. Studied in London, Paris and Rome; pupil of P. A. F. A. Sliver 

medal, A. A. S., 1902. Member Phlla. Soc. of Artists; A. C. P. 
DEEN, HARRIET (P.), New Dorp, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Born Elmlra, N. Y., 1883. Pupil of Mrs. E. D. Gardner and Mrs. E. M. Scott. 
DE FORREST, IX)CKWOOD (P., W. A. A.), 7 East 10th St., New York. 

Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, 1901. N. A. 1898; Treas. N. A. 1). ; Treas. 

A. Fund S.; member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1890; Craftsmen B. S. A. C. 
DE HAAS, ALICE PREEBLE TUCKER (Mrs. M. F. H.) (P.), 60 West 10th St., New 

York. Fridays at studio. 

Bom Boston, Mass. Pupil of M. F. H. De Haas and R. Swain Glffnnl. Member 

Woman's A. C. 

DE HAVEN, FRANK (P.), 23 West 24th St., New York. 

Born Bluffton, Ind., 1856. Pupil of George H. Smillie. Inness prize, Siilmn. C, 
1900; Shaw prize, Salma. C, 1901; honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901; silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. A. N. A. 1902. 

DELLENBAUGH, F. S. (P.), 16 West 61st St., New York. 

Born Ohio, 1863. Pupil of Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member Century C; Salmn. C. 

DEL MAR, F. P. (P., I., T.), 154 West 55th St., New York; h. 557 West 14l8t St. 

Bom Washington, D. C. Pupil of Bouguereau, Robert-Fleury and Collin In Paris; 
Julius Rolshoven In London. 

DE LONGPRE, PAUL (P.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

DEL SIENA, JOSEPH (P.), 112 West 100th St., New York. 

DE LUCE, PERCIVAL (P.), 258 West 54th St., New York; h. 242 West 22d St. 

Born New York, 1847. Pupil of Antwerp Academy, Portaels in Brussels and Bonnal 

in Paris. A. N. A.; member A. W. C. S.; A. Fund S. 
DE MARE, GEORGE (P.), 9 Tree Studio Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

Bom Bagni di Lucca, Italy, 1868. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts and of Julian 

.Academy In Paris. Member Chicago S. A.; Municipal Art Lg. of Chicago. 
DEMING, ADELAIDE (P.), West Chester, N. Y. 
DEMIN(}, EDWIN WILLARD (P.), 21 West 24th St., New York. 

Silver medal, A. A. S.. 1902. Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1902. 
DEMI.VG, MABEL REED (P.), San Francisco, Cal. 

Born San Francisco, Cal., 1874, 



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DENMAN. IlERBEKT (P.), 58 West 57th St.. New York. 

Born Brooklyn, N*. Y., 1855. Pupil of Carolus-Daran In Paris; A. S. L. in New Tork. 
Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1886: tionorable mention, Paris Exposition, 188B. 
DERRICK. WILLIAM R. (P.), 152 West 57th St., New York. 

Born San Francisco, Cal. Pupil of Bonnat in Paris. 
DESSAR, LOUIS PAUL (P.), 25 West 67th St., New York. 

Born Indlanaitotls, Ind., 1S67. Pupil of N. A. D. ; Booguereau, Robert-Flenrjr and 
Ecole des Beaux- Arts in Paris. Third class medal. Salon, 1^91: medal. Colambian 
Exposition, Chicago, 1893; honorable mention, Pittsburg, 1897; second HaUgart^n 
prize, N. A. D., 1899: first Hallgarten prixe, N. A. D., 1900: bronxe medal, Paris 
Exposition, 1900: silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901: silrer medal. 
Charleston Exposition, 1902. A. N. A. 1899; member S. A. A. 1898; Salma. C. 1805: 
N. A. C: A. Fund S. 
DE TARNOWSKY, MICHEL (S.), care C. A. Lopex. 228 East 33d St., New York. 
DE THL'LSTRUP. T. (P., I.), 105 East 22d St., New York. 

Honorable mention for drawings, Pan-American Exposition, Boffalo, 1901. Member 
A. W. C. S. ■ S. I. 
DEWKY, JILIA HENSHAW (Mrs. Charles MelTlUe) (P.), 222 West 23d St.. New York. 

Bom Bataria, N. Y. 
DEWEY. CHARLES MELVILLE (P.), 222 West 23d St.. New York. 

Born LowTille, N. Y., 1851. Silrer medal, Pan-American Exposition, 1901. A. X*. A. 
1903. 
DEWING. MARIA OAKEY (Mrs. T. W.) (P.). 51 West 10th St.. New York, and Wind- 
sor. Vt. 

Bom New York. 1855. Pupil of N. .\.. D. and John La Farye in New York: Cormon 
in Paris. Bronze medal. Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo. 1901. Member Woman's 
A, C. 
DEWINCf. THOMAS W. (P.K 51 West 10th St.. New York, and Windsor, Vt. 

Born B<^ston. Mass.. 1851. Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebrre in PariSw Clarke prize. 
N. A. D.. IS^T: silver medal. Paris Exposition. 1SS9: gold medal. Pan- Americas Ex- 
position. Buffalo. 1901. N. A. 18S*i: member X. P. 
DICKSON. MARY ESTELLE iP.>. 55 Rue des Abbesses. Paris, and 362S Delmar Are.. St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Bora St. Louis, Mo. Pupil of Robert-FIcurr and Lefebvre in Paris. H<>o?ratle aae»- 
tion. Paris Salon. 1S96: bronze medal. Paris Exposition. 1900: honorable nseatioa. Paa- 
American Exposition. Buffalo. 1901: third class medal. Paris Salc-n, 1902. 
DIELMAN. FREDERICK (P.. Etcher i. 51 West 10th St., New York. 

Bora Hanover. Germanv. 1>4S- Pupil of Dietx a-d the Royal Acadesc; ia Manich. 
N. A. 1SS3. Pre*, since 1S99: member A. W. C, S. 
DIETERICH. WALDEMAR yV.\. 6 Rue Charles-Divrr. Paris. France. 

Bom Baltimore. Md. Pnpil of Benjimin-Oor.sian: and Laurens ia Paris^ 
DIETRICH. CARL J. iP.K 11 Clinton St.. Hartfoni. Conn. 

Bora Coburp. Germany. 1S65. Pnpil of Paul Turk in Coburg; Ctariea N?*: Flagg ia 
Hartford: Roes Turaer. 
DICTZ, ALBERT BARNKTT <P.>. WUmetie. IIL 
DIETZ, GEORGE F. iP.». Wilaiette. IIL 
DIETZ. WILLIAM iP. ►. 26 HcUister St.. ClncinnatL O. 

Me=:ber Cincinnati A. C. 
DIGGINS, P. JOs^EPH .P. •. 14 Rae Littr*. Paris. France. 
DIKEMAN. AARON* BUTLER «P.». The Plaia. Chk-a|r,>. IIL 
DILLAYE. BLANCHE \T., Etcher ». 1301 Sprc<« Si.. Fiiili^^lpiU. Pa- 
Bon: Syraccsf, N. Y. Papil of P. A. F. A.: srcdied i= Earope. S:>pr z»dal for 
etching. Atlanta Exfv-«:tioc. IsSO: silver c-r^i:. A. A. S-. ISfti. M<z:i*r Pt.lLadei- 
phU W. C. C-: Plastic C: Wcman's A. C N. Y. W. C. C. 
DILJjl^N. MRS- JULIA .P.». Kingstca, N. Y. 

Mejs*vr N Y. W. C. C. 
DIMCOCK." MIS^ E- .P.. l-». 5S West 5Tth St.. New Ycrk. 
DISI. ACHILLES G. >P.^. «« La Salle Avy.. Ciic^r*. UL 
DIX. MlSSi ECLABEE .P.>. Carnegie HalL New York. 

Bcrs Sx. Lc«is. Mo 
DODD. JEISS^IE HART tP.K 114 Welliajgton Ftace, Mt. Aaimn. C^aeixxaci. O. 
Di>DD. MISS PAYNE kT.k 11*X> Aaiit.riasa Tcw*r. Ci>fag-cv IZ. 

Bent rrarkfv>rt. Ky. PT^rl! -.f Nebte Art Sc±^^ £a Kxk»i*i. Eztc^iaxii: grier in 
DrMi2ea. MeozNtr IjoniarrVM A. L. 
DODGE. OZIAS .P-. T.^ Ncr^icfc. Ccai. 

Been M>?cri*tcwTx^ Vt.. F<trxiry 14. l«gL P«vc£ ef Ta> Sc^^i *C Ha* 
A. S. L. ia New T^ck: Ecvfo «&e« Be«sx-Arca^ aniAK> G^o^w. ia Parto^ GieU 
Ta> Art Scfc«.vL !!»>: BackxiMr Hae Are*. Ta> rai-*. ru*<^*r «« Art S. 
N^rwicft. C«t3-. sfaee 1?WT. 
DOrCC W. DE LEFTWICH -T.K a West :*>tk St.. N*w Trek. 

Bk?ca LfNfr^. Ta.. IS«57. 5tv£fe^ ix Maaieft aasif w-.-ri *^4c4te» 5i Pa;^ &)M 
■w^iaL Priae Fiaii Ex^Mt^.^v. New T^ek. :<!<*$. >c-.'iLav 3M«£a.L Paras diw«it>Mi. 
ISS*. 3i^fci\ Ct.'lTaxMaj Cx7o«?r^:r. Ci.i«r3Lr . :?*S^ >I--»V'- Ui-a". T 
IK>l>JSHrN. MRSw S. A. VAN CLIEF -P ■. ♦♦tl Reek^'Vy Av«f.. C^ios^pr. rL 

Bwn Jfr*ty Clxy. N. J. Vxgil ** Geocipf H- Sai:^^ a. N<w Tick. ]ftraK>«c C&jcac* 
5^ A. 
DOCJLING. PAUL 'P-*. 32 East »ck St.. Onc&Bssatf.. *X 
X<m^r Ctaiciaoati A. C. 



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DOHN. PAULINE A. (See Mrs. Rudolph.) 
DONAGHY, JOHN (P., I.), De Land, Fla. 

Born Holidaysburg, Pa., May 4, 1838. Pupil of Eugene Craig, Leo Hetzel, A. L. 

Dalby, 1. Broome; N. A. D. and A. S. L. in New York. Member Brooklyn A. C. 
DONATO, GIUSEPPE, 809 South 8th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 
DONX)HO, GAINES RUGER (P.), East Hampton, Long Island, N. Y. 

Born Church Hill, Miss., 1857. Pupil of A. S. L. and R. Swain Gifford in New York; 

Lefebyre and Boulanger in Paris. Silver medal, Paris Expostiou, 1889. 
DOBE, CAROLINE (P.). 86 Lansing St., Auburn, N. Y. 

Bom Auburn, N. Y., August 21, 1864. Pupil of Honingman; Gifford in New York; 

Cowles Art School in Boston. 
DOUGHERTY, PARKE CUSTIS (P.), 49 Boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, France; h. 

47 Rue Vavin. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1867. Pupil of P. A. F. A.: Julian Acadomy In Paris. Fourth 

prize, Paris A. A. A. Member A. C. P.; Philadelphia Sketch C; Paris A. A. A. 
DOUGHERTY, PAUL (P.), 258 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Member A. W. C. S. 
DOUGLAS, M. BRUCE (Mln. P.), 338 West 56th St., New York. 
DOUGLAS, WALTER (P.), 134 West 23d St., N'ew York; h. Morristown, N. J. 

Born Cincinnati, O., January 14, 1868. Pupil of Chase, X. A. D., A. S. L. in 

New York. 
DOW, ARTHUR W. (P., T.), 244 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bom Ipswich, Mass. Studied five years in France. Honorable mention, Paris Expo- 
sition, 1889; bronze medal for painting, honorable mention for wood cuts, Pan-.\raerican 

Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member A. W. C. S. ; C. S. B. 1892; B. S. A. C. Specialty, 

landscapes. 

DOYLE, AGNES ELLEN (P.), 5915 Washington Boulevard, AusUn, 111. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1873. Pupil of A. I. C. 
DRAKE, ALEXANDER W. (I.), 33 East 17th St., New York. 

Member X. Y. Arch. Lg. 188C. Director .\rt Department (Vntury Magazine. 
DRAKE, MILLICENT (P.), 305 South 4l8t St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
DRAKE, WILL H. (P., I.), 37 West 22d St., New York. 

Born New York. Pupil of Julian Academy under Benjamin-Constant and Doucct In 

Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Exposition 1889; Inness prize, Salma. C. 1903. 

A. N. A. 1902; member A. W. C. S. ; N. Y. W. C. C; Salma. C. 1887; A. Fund S. 
DRAPER, FRANCIS (P.), Greenwood, Mass. 

Member B. A. C. 

DRAYTON, EMILY. (See Mrs. Taylor.) 

DRESSLER, EDWARD JAMES (P.), 6922 Union Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born CentrevlUe, Mich., 1859. Pupil of San Francisco School of Design; Walter Shir- 
law and N. A. D. in New York. 

DREYFOUS, FLORENCE H. (Mln. P.), 306 West 87th St., New York. 

DRYSDALE, A. J. (P., I., W. A. A.), 210 West 53d St., New York. 

Born Marietta, Ga., 1870. Pupil of Paul Polncy In New Orleans. Member Artists* 
Asso. of New Orleans. 

DUBOY, PAUL (P.), 401 East 62d St., New York. 
Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1891. 

DUDLEY, FRANK V. (P.), 494 West Congress St., Chicago, 111. 

•Born Delavan, Wis., 1868. Pupil of A. I. C. Member Chicago S. A. 

DUFNER, EDWARD (P., T.), care Art Students' League, Albright Gallrry. Buffalo. N. Y. 
Born Buffalo, N. Y. Pupil of Whistler and Laurens In Paris. Albright scholarship 
In Buffalo; first Wanamaker prize, Paris A. A. A.; bronze medal. Pan- American Expo- 
sition, Buffalo, 1001; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1902. Member Paris A. A. A. 

DULL, JOHN J. (P., I.), 903 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

DU MOND, FRANK VINCENT (P., I., T.), 27 West 67th St., New York. 

Born Rochester, N. Y., 1865. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre and Benjamin-Constant 
In Paris. Gold medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895; gold medal, Boston; silver medals, 
for painting and illustration, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A. 1900; 
member Mural P.; A. S. L. of N. Y.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1804; S. I.; Lotos C; Salma. C. 

DU MOND, FREDERIC MELVILLE (P.), 22 Rue Petrarque, Paris, France. 

Born Rochester, N. Y. Pupil of Bouguereau, Lefebvre, Cormon and Laurens in 
Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1893; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1899. 

DU MOND, HELEN SAVIER (Mrs. F. V.) (Mln. P.), 25 West 67th St., New York. 

Born Portland, Ore., 1872. Pupil of A. S. L. of N. Y. and of F. V. Du Mond; of. 
Colin and Merson in Paris. 

DUNBAR, ULRIC S. J., 1424 New York Ave., Washington, D. C. (See Sculptors.) 
DUNDAS, MRS. VAN VOORIIEES (P.), Paris, 111. 
DUNHAM, HORACE C. (P.), 53 Maple St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1893. 
DUNK, WALTER M. (P., I.), 201 West 111th St., New York. 

Bora Philadelphia, Pa., July 7, 1853. Pupil of P. A. F. A. Member Philadelphia 

Sketch C; Artists' Fund of Philadelphia. 
DUNSMORE, JOHN WARD (P.), 96 Fifth Ave., New York. 

Born Riley, Butler County, O., 1856. Pupil of Thomas Couture in Paris. Member 

Salma. C. 
DURGIN, LYLE (P.), Pierce Bldg., Copley Square, Boston, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1894. 



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DUSTIN, HILAS S. (P.), 140 West 23d St., New York; h. Peeksklll, N. Y. 

Horn UU'JiIirlil, (). Tunll of N. A. D.. James M. Han and Wiu. M. Clm«i' iii N*sw 

York. Member A. Fund S. 
DUTTON. ALICK M. (1*.), 4 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

Member ('. S. B. 1S«0. 
DUVICNKCK, rUANlv (P., S., Etcher, T.). Art Academy, Cincinnati, O. 

Born ('ovltitflon, Ky.. 184S. Pupil of Prof. DIetz In Munlcli; studied in Venice. 

Medul. Columbian Kxposition, Chicago, 1893; honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1805; 

•llvt'r luctlnl. Piin-Amerleun KxiHinilion, Buffalo, 1901. Member S. A. A. 1880; 

S. W. A.: (Mioinnntl A. C. Instructor in Cincinnati School of Fine Arts. 
DYKtt, II. ANTHONY (P., T.), Riverside, R. I. 

Born PruvUlenee, H. 1., October 28, 1872. Pupil of Dutch landscape painters. Mem- 
ber Pr«»vld«Miee A. C. ; Pn>vldence W. C. C; B. S. W. C. P. 
DYKR, I.OWKI.L (P.). St. Ives, Cornwall, England. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., December 3, 1850, Pupil of GfrOme in Paris. 

RAiJAN. THOMAS J. tP,>, Conshohocken, Montgomery County, Pa. 

BAKIN8, THOMAS (P., S,, T.). 1729 .Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born PhlUUelpbla, Pa., Oololn^r 9. 1S44. Pupil of P. A. F. A.: Ecole des BtNinx-Arls. 
li^rAme, Bonnnt and Dumont in Paris. Me<lal, Columbian Exposition, Chicngo, 18tKt: 
houornble mention, ParU Expi>»ition, lOlH); gold medal, Pan-American Exp«ti«itioii, 
Buffalo, linn. N. A. 19(>2. Instructor in P. A. F. A. ten years. 

BARHAUT. JOHN F. ^P.>, Fernbank. O. 

Born Franklin County, O. Member Cincinnati A. C. 

BARl.K. KLlNOR tP.K 532 Walnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa.: h. Chestnut HIU. 

Bom I'hlladelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A. Mary Smith prize, P. A. F. A.. I!MI2. 
MemN^r Plastic C; FtUowshlp P. A. F. A. 

BAR1.K, LAWRENCE C. (P.), Montclair. X. J. 

Born New York, 1S45. Studied in Munich. Florence and Rome. A. X. A. : iu«*iiilter 
A. W. C. S.; N. Y, W. C. C; Salma. C. 1805: N. A. C: A. F'und S. 

KARIJ^:Y. JAMKS F,. i:US T 8t.. Washington. D. C. «Sei« Sculptors, i 

BAlXiN. CHARLES WARUEN \P.K 318 West 57th St.. New York: h. Bloomfield. N. J. 

IWru AUvai\,v. N. Y.. lii:»7. Pupil of N. A. D. and A. S. L. In New York. Honor- 
able mention. I*arl9 ExiHvsltlon, llHH): Proctor prire, Salma. C, 1901: honorable uk-u- 
tivMi. Pan- American ExiMSitio.i. Buffalo. liHU : silver medal, Charleston Exposition, 
11V2: luness prlre. Salma. C. IJHVJ; Shaw prixe. Salma. C. 1903: gold medaU A. C. 
P.. llKXi. A. N. A. 1901: memlH-r A. W. C. S-: N. Y. W. C. C; Salma. C, 18»7: 
N. A. C: A. t^ind S. 

BAT\>N. HI v;H M. vP,, L. W. A. A.>. 33i» Hals-y St.. Brwklrn, X. Y. 

lU^ni Brvx^kUvn. N. Y-. 1865. Pupil of J. B. Whittaker. J. Carr.nl Beckvrith. Kfuyon 
Cox and Wm. M. Chase, Moml>er Salma. C. 

K.VTX^N. M.VR^^ARET FERNIE vMr*. Hugh M.^ vP., L. W. A. A.^ 339 Hal*ey St.. BnM*k- 
lyn. N. Y. 

Bv-rr. U^amlngtv^n, Ertland. 1571. Pupil of J. B, Whittaker. Ker.yor Cox and H. SM- 
d."".:* Mo^^r3^v. Memlvr X. Y. W. C. C; P.fe metut-er A. S. L. of X. Y. 

KIK;EKT\^N. LAIRA C. .PL Aiken. S. C. 

KDWARl^S. MISS A. E. .P. •. lUV M St.. Wastir.gt.>n. D. C, 

Kl^WARlVii. EDWARD R tl-L 25 East 2Sd St.. Xrw York. 
Me:r.N>r X. Y Ar^ir. Lc- 1>3K. 

KDWARi>?s v^EORC.E WHARTOX -P.. L. T.L 9€ Flflt Att?.. X*w Y.^rk; h. PlalnftrM. X J. 
?Vr~ Fair Hxvrr., Ccr.r.. 155^. S;v:dJod ir. Ar.t-tvTrp a-J Pirt*. Brvexie arJ »i!wr 
rr^NlAlSw Ivv*:o . 1584 »rd lSft>; brw-w r:;-.V.*:, r*=-A=>ericaz £xpoKt:v«L RBfTaV". 1901. 
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PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS. Part 11—23 

cago, 1893; bronze medal, Atlanta, Ga., 1895; honorable mention, Pun- American 

KxiHislcion, BufLulo, 1901. Member A. S. L. ; Municipal A. S. ; A. S. M. i*. 
EMMET, ROSIN A. (See Mrs. Sherwood.) 
KN(iLE, HARRY L. (P.), 384 Garfield Ave., Chicago, 111. 
ENGLEBERT. JOS. (P.), 1013 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
ENGLISH, F. F. (P.), Claymond, Del. 

Gold medal for water color, A. A. S., 1902. 
ENGLISH, MABEL B. P. (Mrs. F. L.) (P.), 12 Fern St., Hartford, Conn. Tnc8<lay. 

H«)rn Hartford, Conn. Pupil of Wm. M. CIlssp, 1). \V. Tryuii and Clmrlrs N. Flagg. 
ENNEKING, JOHN J. (P.), 173A Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Born Minster, Ohio, 1841. Pupil of Bonnat and Daublgny in Paris; Lcnr in Munich. 

Awarded four medals (gold and silver). Charitable Mechanics Exiiiltition, Boston; 

honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; silver modal, Pan-American Exposition, 

BuflTalo, 1901. Member B. A. C. ; Paint and Clay C, Boston. 
ENTZ. .MARIAN W. (P.^ IOCS Madison Ave., New Yorlt. 
ERICSON, DAVID (P., I.), 1005 East 3d St., Duluth, Minn. 

Born Duluth, Minn., 1S70. Pupil of Whistler, Chase and Mowbray. Menihrr Pnris A. 

A. A.; A. S. L. of N. Y. 
ESSIG, GEORGE (P.), Atlantic City, N. J. 

ESTABROOKS. GERTRUDE (P.^ Auditorium Tower, Chicago, 111. 
ESTE, FLORENCE (P., Etcher), 2.S Avenue de rObsorvatoire, Paris, i-tanee. 

Born Cincinnati, O. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Alexander Nozal In Paris. 
ERTZ, EDWARD FREDERICK (P., I.. Etcher, T.), Poiperro, Cornwall, EnKland. 

Born Chicago, 111., March 1, lHfi2. Pupil of De Lance and Lefel>vre. Diploma <»f honor, 

International Exposition, St. Etienne; gold medal. Exposition d'Angi'Ms; grand prlx. 

International Exposition, Rouen, France; medal, SociC't6 des .-Vnii.s drH .\rtR de la 

Somme, 1899. 
EVANS, EDWIN (P., T.), 1261 Emerson Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Bom Lehl, Utah, February 2, 1860. Pupil of Laurens, Lef«'bvre and n«nJainin-Con- 

stant In Paris. Pres. Soc. of Utah Artist.*?. Director of Art, Univ. of I tali. 
EVANS, JOHN W. (I., Eng.), 67 William St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 15^65. Pupil of P. R. B. Peterson. Bronzi* medal for wood 

engraving, Pan-American Exposition, 1901. 
EVANS, M. B. (P.), 164 West 65th St., New York. 
EVERETT. HERBERT E. (P., S.. T.). .3720 Sansome St., Philadelphln, Pn. 

Bom Worcester, Mass. Pupil of Museum of Fine Arts In Boston. MenilHT Philadel- 
phia W. C. C. 
BZEKIEL, MOSES, 18 Piazza delle Terme, Rome, Italy. (See Sculptors.) 

FABER, LUDWIG E. (P.), 320 South Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 4219 R.-genl Sipiare. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., October 21. 1855. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Henjamin-Consluni, 

L<»febvre, Robert-Fleury in Paris: Munich Academy. Pres. Philadelphia Sk«'teh <'.; 

memlx^r Philadelphia Soc. of Etchers; Paris A. A. A. 
FAGAN, JAMES (P.. I.), 11 East 14th St., New York. 

Born New York. 
FAGNANI, NINA (Min. P.), 23 Avenue Bois-de-Boulogne. Paris, France. 

Born New Y'ork. 
FAIRBANKS, J. B. (P., T.), 151 Commercial Club Bldg.. Salt Lake City, Utah; h. 1162 

Bryan Ave. 

Bum Payson, Utah, December 27, 1855. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant, Lefebvre and 

Laurens in Paris. First prize, Utah State Fair, isy9. Meml)er Paris A. A. A.; 

Soc. Utah Artists. 
FAIRCHILD, LUCIA. (See Mrs. Fuller.) 

FAIRFIELD, CLARA L. (P.), 82 Second Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
FALLS, DE WITT CLINTON (P.), 060 Madl8<»n Ave., New York. 

Bom New York, 1864. Pupil of W. Satterlee; studied in Paris. 
KAN(;EL, henry G. (P.), 9 Granby Road, South Hadley, Mass. 

FANNING, NETTIE B. (Mrs. John E.) (P., I., W. A. A., T.), The Fanning Slmlio, Nor- 
wich, Conn.; h. 31 Willow St. 

Born Delhi, N. Y., March 12, 1803. I'upil of Norwich (Conn.) Art Scliool and School 

of Boston Museum. Member Norwich Art Asso. ; C. S. B. 
FARLEY, RICHARD BLOSSOM (P., I.), 615 East State St.. Trenton. N. J. 

Born Poultney. Vt., October 24. 1S75. Pupil of Whlsth-r. Vhtisv an<l d'eilla Branx. 

Traveling scholarship, 1898, and Charges Toppen prize, 1897, schools of P. A. F. A. 

Meml»er Philadelphia Sketch C. 
FARNDON, WALTER (P., I.), 836 Broadway, New York: h. 17S9 Amsterdam Ave. 

Born England, 1875. Pupil of N. A. D. Member Country Sketch C. 
FARNY, HENRY F. (P.), 120 East 4th St., Cincinnati, O. 

Born Cincinnati, O. Studied in Munich. Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1880; bronzt* 

medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. Member S. W. A.; Cincinnati A. C. 
FARRAR. FRANCES (P.). 1823 Orrlngton Ave., Evanston, 111. 
FARRELL, KATHERINE LEVIN (P.), 558 North IGth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadeinhla, Pa. Pupil of p. A. F. A. Honorable mention, A. A. S., 1902. 

Member Plastic C. ; Fellowship P. A. F. A. 
FAT'LKER. EUNICE FLORENCE (P.), 3137 Rhodes Ave., Chicago, 111. 
FAULKNER, HERBERT W. (P., I.), 17 Rue Bolssonnade, Paris, France. 

Born Stamford, Conn., October 8, 1860. Pupil of A. S. L., under Carroll Beckwitli. fn 

New York; Collin in Paris. Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, BnfTalo, 



Fart tI—20 AMERICAN ART AXM'AL. 

1901. Cbairiuan Art Com. Paris A. A. A.; member Salma. C. 1887. Specialty, 

Veuetian subjects. 
FAXON, WILLIAM BAILEY (P.), 152 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Hartford, Coun., Ity49. Pupil of Jacquesaou de la Cbevreuae. Member S. A. 

A. 1802; Treas. F. A. S.; Treaa. A. Aid S. 
FEELY, MAURICE (P., I.), 17 Nortli 13th St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
FELL6ER, CHARLES J. (P.). 524 Walnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
FELLOWS, C. E. (P.), 400« Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
FELLOWS, WILLIAM K. (P., T.), Art Institute, Chicago. 111. 

Bom Winona, Minn., 1S70. Pupil of Edward Ertz in Paris. Instructor in archi- 
tecture, A. I. C. 
FENN, HARRY (P., I.), Salmagundi Club, 14 West 12th St., New York. 

Bom Richmond, Surrey, England, 1837. Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. 

Member A. W. C. S. ; N. Y. W. C. C. ; S. I.; Salma. C. 1891. 
FERDINAND, JOHN E. (P.), 101 West 126th St., New York. 
FERGUSON, ELEANX)R M. 123 Vernon St., Hartford, Conn. (See Sculptors.) 
FERGUSON, HENRY A. (P.). 216 West 54th St., New York. 

Born Glens Falls, N. Y. Self taught. A. N. A. 

FERGUSON, NANCY M. (P.), 1805 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

FERNIE, MARGARET. (See Mrs. Eaton.) 

FERRIS, JEAN LEON GEROME (P., I., Etcher), 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 8 

North 50th St. 

Bora Philadelphia, Pa., August 8, 1863. Pupil of S. J. Ferris In Philadelphia: Bougue- 

reau in Paris. Silver medal, A. A. S., 1902. Member Philadelphia Soc. of Etchers 

1881; A. C. P. 1890: Salma. C. 1898. 

FERRIS, STEPHEN J. (P., T., Etcher), 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. 

Born Plattsburg, N. Y. Pupil of C. Schnesel; P. A. F. A.; S. B. Waugh In Borden- 
town, N. J. Mackay scholarship to Europe; Spencer prize. Member A. C. P.; Phila- 
delphia Soc. of Etchers; Philadelphia A. Fund S.; Philadelphia Municipal Lg.; Fel- 
lowship P. A. F. A. Professor School of Design twenty-six years. 

FESSER, EDWARD (Min. P.), Keusico, N. Y. 

Bora New York, November 1, 1863. Pupil of Robert Bier. 

FEUDEL, MRS. ALMA L. M. A., The Concord, 24th .St.. Indiana Ave., Chicago. 111. (See 
Sculptors.) 

FEUDEL, ARTHUR (P., I.), Katwyk a. Z., Holland. 

Born Harthau, near Chemnitz, Saxony, March 27, 1857. Pupil of Fllnzer, Benczur 
and Loefftz at Royal Academies in Dresden and Munich. Member Cosmopolitan Art 
C, Chicago. 

FIELD, EDWARD LOYAL (P., I.), 45 East 23d St., New York; Arkville, N". Y., from 

May to November. 

Bora Galesburg, 111., 1856. Pupil of Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member Salma. C. 1899. 
FIELD, HAMILTON EXETER (P., I.), 106 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
FIELD, MRS. LOUISE BLODGETT (P.), 22 St. James Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Pupil of Ross Turner and Tomasso Juglaris in Boston. Member Boston W. C. C: 

C. S. B. 1896. 

FINLEY, ELIZABETH R. (P.), 139 West 55th St., New York. 

FINLEY, ELLA (P., S., W. A. A., T.), 524 Walnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1868. Pupil of P. A. F. A. 

FINN, JAMES WALL (P.), 107 East 27th St., New York. 

Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1896: bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, 1901. 

FISHER, ANNA S. (P.), 939 Eighth Ave., New York. 

FISHER, HARRISON (I.), 7 West 32d St., New York. 
Member S. I. 

FISHER, MARK W. (P.), Widdington, Newport, Essex, England. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1841. Studied in Boston and Paris. Honorable mention, Pan- 
American Exposition, 'Buffalo, 1901. 

FITLER, WILLIAM C (P.), 12 East 15th St., New York; h. 96 Fifth Ave. 

•Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1857. Pupil P. A. F. A.; member Fellowship P. A. F. A.; 
Salma. C; N. Y. W. C. C; KIt-Kat C; Brooklyn A. C. 

FITZGERALD, HARRINGTON (P.), 727 Walnut St.: h. 1334 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., April 5, 1847. Pupil of Isabey and Fortuny In Paris; Geo. W. 
Nicholson in Philadelphia. Gold medal, A. A. S.. 1902; bronze medal, Charleston Ex- 
position, 1902. Pres. A. A. S. 1903; Vice-Pres. Newspaper A. A.: Trastee N. A. .VIu- 
seum; Director Falrmonnt Park A. A.; Director Philadelphia School Industrial .\rt: 
member Philadelphia Sketch C. : Pen and Pencil C, Philadelphia: N. S. A. A. 

FITZPATRICK, L. (P.). 308 West 15th St., New York. 

FITZ RANDOLPH, GRACE (P.), 3 Washington Square North, New York. 
Sec. N. Y. Woman's A. C. 

FLAGG, CHARLES NOEL (P., T.), Ballerstein Bldg., Hartford, Conn.; h. 90 Washington 
Square. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y., 1848. Pupil of Louis Jacquesson de la Chcvreuse in Paris. 
1872-1882. Member Connecticut State Capitol Commission of Sculpture. Director of 
Instruction, Conn. Lg. of Art Students. 

FLAGG, H. PEABODY (P., T.), New York, and 59 Rue Caulincourt, Paris. 

Born Somerville, Mass., 1859. Pupil of Carolus-Duran in Paris. Member N. Y. 

Arch. Lg. 1899; B. A. C. 
FLAGG, J. M. (P.), 314 West 77th St., New York. 



PAISTERS. SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS, Part 11—21 

FLAGG. MOVTAGUE (P. K 253 West i2d St., New York. 

Member S. A. A. 1883. 
FLtANAGAN, FRANCIS 3. (P.). 11 UnJon Park, Boston, Mass. 
FLANAGAN, JOHN. 23 North 7th St., Newark, N. J. (See Sculptors.* 
FLEISHER, SAMUEL S. (P. », '222(t Green St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
FLEMING, HENRY & (I.), 1 Broad^^j, New York; h. 24 East 42d St. 

Sec. and Treas. S. I. 
FLEURY. ALBERT (P., T.), 10 Van Baren St., Chicago, 111. 

Bom Havre, France. Pupil of Lehman, Kenouf and E>ale des Beaux-.Vris in Pairis. 
Member Chicago S. A. 
FLORIAN. WALTER (P.), Scheveningen, Holland, and 10 West S3d St., New York. 

Bom New York, 1878. Pnpil of A. S. L. in New York. 
FLOYD, HENRY (P.), Corcoran Bldg., Waslilngrton, D. C. 
FOGARTY. THOMAS (L). S8 East 22d St., Vew York. 

Member S. L 
FOGG, MARGARET GALLOWAY (P., W. A. A., T.). 7600 Emerald Ave., I'hiciijjo. HI. 

Pupil of A. I. C. ; Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 
FOOTB, MRS. MARY HALLOCK (I.), 00 Washlnirton Square, New York. 
Bom MIlton-on-Hndson, N. Y., 1847. Pnpil of Cooper Union, N. Y. 
FOOTE, WILL HOWE (P.), 55 East 59th St., New York. 

Honorable mention, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo. 1901; third llallcartcii |u-ize, 
N. A. D.. 1902. 
FORBES, CHARLES F. (P.). 51 West 10th St., New York. 

Bronxe medal, Paris Exposition, 1889. 
FORD. L. W. NEILSON (P.), 1616 N*orth Calrert St., Baltimore, Md. 

Pupil of L^once RabiUon in Parix; Hugh Newell, B. W. Clinedinst in IMiiladelpliia ; 
J. W. Jackson in England; Lippisch in Berlin. Member Baltimore W. C. C; Plastic 
C. of Philadelphia. 
FORKN^R, EDGAR (P.), 592 43d St.. Chicago, III. 

Bora Richmond, Ind., 1867. Pupil of A. S. L. of New York; BiK^kwlth. Cliase, Wiles 
and Cox. 
FORSYTH, WILLIAM (P.). 938 Fletcher Are., Indianapolis. Ind. 

Bom Hamilton County, O. Pupil of Royal Academy in Munich, under Ixx'flTtE, Beuc- 
zur, Gysis and Lietzenmeyer. Medal, Munich, 1885. Member S. W. A.; .Art Axs<t. of 
Indianapolis. 
POSBURY. ERNEST (P.), 23 Inrington St., Boston, Mass. 
FOSDICK, J. WILLIAM (P., W. A. A.). 24 East 28th St., New York. 

Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1890; Sec. Mural P. 
FOSS, HARRIET CAMPBELL (P.), 39 East 42d St., New York. 

Bom Middletown, Conn. Pupil of J. Alden Weir in New York; AIfr«*<l Stevens and 
Courtois in Paris. Member N. Y. Woman's A. C. 
FOSTER, ALICE CAROLYN (P.), 614 17th St., Washington, D. C. 
FOSTER, MRS. ANNE S. HOBBS (P.), 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Bora Boston, Mass., July, 1861. Pupil of Julian Academy under RolN>rt-Kle«iry In 
Paris. 
FOSTER, BEN (P.), 253 West 42d St., New York, 

Bora North Anson, Me. Pupil of Abbott H. Thayer in New York: Morot and Merson 
In Paris. Medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893: second prix<\ Cleveland, 1895; 
bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900: silver medal, Pittsburg, l9iX); silver nietlal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901; Webb prize, S. A. A., 1901. A. X. A. 1901; 
member S. A. A. 1897; N. Y. W. C. C. Specialty, landscaites. Writer on art. 
FOSTER, CHARLES (P.), Farmington, Conn. 
FOSTER, JOHN B. (P.), 126 Charles St., Boston, Mass. 

Member B. A. C. 
FOSTER, LEONA A. (P.), 5 Howland St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1893. 
FOURNIER, ALEXIS JOSEPH (P.), 719 Hennepin Ave.. Minneapolis. Minn. 

Bom St. Paul, Minn., 1865. Pupil of Laurens, Constant, Courtois. Jom. HIniic. CoUa- 
rossl and Julian academies. Gold and silrer medals, Minnesota Industrinl Society. 
Associate S. W. A.; member Minneapolis Art Lg. ; Paris A. A. A. 
FOWLER, FRANK (P., I.), 106 West 55th St., New York. 

Bora Brooklyn, N. Y., July 12, 1852. Pupil of Edwin White: Cnrohis-nuran and 
Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. 'Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1880: nitMlnl. Atlnnta 
Exposition, 1895; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1001: slWtu* m^'dal, 
Charleston Exposition. 1902. Member N. A. 1899; S. A. A. 1882; N. Y. Arcli. I^. 
1889; A. Fund S. Writer on art subjects. 
FRANCE, MRS. EDRILDA LOOMIS (P., T.), 4 Putnam St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Bora Pittsburg, Pa. Pupil of Morot, Lefebvre and Benjamin-Constant In Paris. Mem- 
ber Buffalo Society of Artists. 
FRANCE, J. L. (P., I., T.), 4 Putnam St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Bora Cincinnati, O., October 8, 1862. Pupil of H. W. Mesdag, Carolus-Durnii and 
Benjamin-Constant. Member Buffalo Society of Artists. 
FRANCIS, MARY (P.), 217 St, John's Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
FRANTCLIN, D. DUPONT (P.), 30 East 23d St., New York. 
FRANKLIN, MARY (P.), 8 Rue de la Grande-Chaumi^re, Paris, France. 

Bora Athens, Ga. Pupil of Deschamp, Geoffroy and Collin in Paris. 
FRANKS, ELIZABETH M. (P., W, A. A. A.), 18 First Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Born Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of Shirlaw and Chase. 



Part 11—28 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

FRANZEN, AUGUST (P., I.), Carnegie Hall Studios, New York. 

Born Norrkftping, Sweden. Pupil of Daguan-Bouveret. Medal, Colombian Kxpocitioci, 
Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable mention. l*au- Ameri- 
can Exposition, BufTalo, 1901; gold medal, A. A. S., 1902. Member S. A. A. iSiM: 
N, A. C 
FRASER, BIALCOLM (I.), 210 West 4th St., New York. 
FRAZER, JAMES E. (S.), Clinton Court, New York. 
FRAZIER, KENNETH (P.), 58 East 78th St., New York. 

Bom Paris, France, 1867. Pupil of Herkomer in England; BenJamln-CoMUmi. DonceC 
and Lefebvre in Paris. Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Boffalo, 1901. U^m- 
ber S. A. A. 1893. 
FREDERICKS, ALFRED (P.), 200 West 108th St.. New York. 

Member A. W. C. S. 
FREEBORNE, ZARA, 26 Viale Flllppo Strozzi, Florence, Italy. (See Sculptors.) 
FREEDLANDER, ARTHUR R. (P.), 80 West 40th St.. N'ew York; h. 336 West 72il St. 

Born New York. Pupil of Chase in New York; Cormon In Paris. 
FREEMAN, ALICE EMOGENE, 4438 Berkeley Are., Chicago. 111. (See Sculptors.) 
FREEMAN, EDITH E. (P.), 645 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 
FREER. CORA FREDERICKA (P.), Holbein Studios, 224 Ontario St., Chicago, III. 

'Born Chicago, 111. Pupil of A. I. C; Courtois, Merson and Collin in Paris. M«omber 
Chicago S. A. 
FREER. FREDERICK WARREN (P., Etcher, T.), Holbein Studios, 224 OnUrit* St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Born Chicago, 111.. 1849. Pupil of Royal Academy in Munich. Medal, Columbian Kxpo- 
sition, Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo. 1901; silver 
medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902; Martin B. Cahn prize, A. I. C, 1902: prizi* niid 
medal, Chicago A. C, 1903. A.N. A.; member A. W. C. S.; N. Y. Etching C; X. 
A. C. ; A. Fund S. ; Chicago S. A. 
FRENCH, DANIEL CHESTER, 125 West 11th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
FRENCH, E. D. (Eng.), Saranac Lake, N. Y. 
FRENCH, FRANK (P., Eng.), 70 Fifth Ave.. New York. 

Bom Loudon, N. H., 1860. Pupil of Henry W. Herrlck. Medal, Colombian Exposi- 
tion, Chicago, 1893; silver medal for wood engravings, Pan-American Exposition, Rof- 
falo, 1901. Member Soc. of American Wood Engravers. 
FRIBERT, CHARLES. 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 
PRIES, CHARLES ARTHUR (P.), San Diego, CaL 

Born Cincinnati. O. Pupil of A. I. C; studied In New York. 
FRIESEKE. FREDERIC CARL (P.). American Club, Paris, France, and car« W. H. 
Foote, 55 East 59th St., New York. 

Bom Owosso, Mich., 1874. Pupil of A. 1, C; ftenJamin-Constant, Laort'os and 
WhistU'r in Paris. .\ssooi^ Soci6t4 Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris. 
FRISHMUTH, HARRIET WHITNEY. 21 Rue Valette, Paris, France. (See Sculptors.) 
FROELICH. AVA M. (Mrs. Hugo) (P., W. A. A., T.), 2992 Orchard Ave., Richmoiid Hill, 

L. I., N. Y. 
FROELICH, HUGO (P., W. A. A., T.), 2992 Orchard Ave.. Richmond Hill. L. I., N. Y. 

Born Cincinnati, O. Pupil of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. 
FROLICH. FINN H. (S.), 250 West 14th St., New York. 
FROMKES, MAURICE (P.), 139 West 55th St., New York. 
FROMOUTH, CHARLES H. (P.), Concaraeau, France. 

Bora Philadelphia. Pa., 1863. Pupil of P. A. F. A., under Thomas Elakins. Soomd 
class gold medal. International Exposition of the Fine Arts. Munich. 1S97: silver 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1900. Associ& Socl^t^ Nationale des Beaux- Arts. Paris: ni«>m- 
ber London Pastel Soc.; (cor.) Berlin Secession Soc. of Painters; Societ* des Prliitrvs 
de Marine, Paris. 
FROST, ARTHUR BURDETT (P., L), Convent Station, MorrU County, N. J. 

Bora Philadelphia. Pa., January 17, 1S51. Honorable mention, Paris Exposition. 1900. 
FROST, GEORGE ALBERT (P.), 53 Orchard St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Bora Boston, Mass.. December 27, 1843. Popil of Royal Academy In Belgium; 
N. De Keyser. Member B. A. C. 
FRY, GEORGIA TIMKEN (P.), 9^9 Eighth Ave., New York. 
FRY, JOHN HEMMING (P.), 939 Eighth Ave., New York. 
FUCIGNA. V. A. (S.), Townsend BIdg., 25th St. and Broadway, New York. 
FUECHSEL, HERMANN (P.), 51 West 10th St., New York. 
FULDE, EDWARD B. (P.). 4 Rue Hervleu, NeolUy-sor-Seine, France. 

Pupil of Joseph and Frank Bail in Paris. 
FULI.ER, HENRY B. (P.), Windsor, Vt. 

Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901: member S. A. A. 1908. 
FULLER. LUCIA F-MRCHILD (Mrs. Henry B.) (Min. P.), Windsor, Vt. 

Bom Boston, Mass., 1872. Pupil of Dennis M. Bunker. H. S. Mowbray and Wm. M. 
Chase. Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900: silver medal. Pan-American Exposition, 
Buffalo, 1901. Member S. A. A. 1899: Treas. A. S. M. P. 
FUNK. WILHELM (P.). 12 West 44th St., New York. 

Born Hanover. Germany, January 14, 1866. 
FURLONG, CHARLES WELLINGTON (P., 1.. T.>, CoraeH Heights^ Itbacft. N. T. 

Bora Cambridge, Mass., December 13, 1S74. Popll of Lanreos. EU)itc«en>sa and 
Mucha. 
FURSMAN, FREDERICK (P.), 263 Dearborn St.. Chicago, lU. 
Bom El Paso, 111., 1871. PopU of A. L C. 



PAISTERS, SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS. Part 11—29 

rUSSELL, CHARLES L. (P.), 402 Gayley St., Media, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., Ib40. Pupil of P. A. V. A. and of F. P. Rotheniul. 

GAENSSLEN. OTTO ROBERT (P.), 16 Impasse du Maine, Paris, France. 

Born Chicago, III. Pupil of Laurens in I'aris. 
GALLAGHER, SEARS (P.), West Roxbury, Boston, Mass. ^ 

Born Boston, Mass., 18G9. Pupil of Tommaso Juglaris in Boston; Linnvns and 

Benjamin-Constant in Paris. Member B. A. C; B. S. \V. C. P. 
GALLISON, HENRY H. (P.), 2 Grundmann Studios, Boston, Mass. 

Bom Boston, Mass., 1850. Pupil of Bouuefoy in Paris. Spoclal nuMillon, Turin, 

1807; honorable mentio"ti, Paris Exposition, 1900. Member C. S. B. 1804; H. A. C. 
OARBER, DANIEL (P.), 1035 Brandywine St., Philudolphla, Pa. 

Pupil of Cincinnati Art Academy, under V. Nowottny; P. A. F. A., under AuHhutz. 
GARDNER, ELISABETH JEANNE (Mrs. Wm. Bouguereau) (P.), 75 Rue Notn -Daiue-des- 

Champs, Paris, France. 

Born in New Hampshire. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1870; tliird cIiimm medal, 

Paris Salon, 1887; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1889. 
GARDNER-SOPER, JOSEPH H. (P., I.), 311 West 22d St., New York. 

Bom Flint, Mich., 1877. Associate S. W. A. 

GARNSEY, ELMER ELLSWORTH (P., 1., W. A. A.), 489 Fifth Ave., New York; li. White 
Plains. N. Y. 

Born Holmdel, N. J., January 24, 1802. Pupil of Cooper Union, A. S. L., (;eorge 
Maynard and Francis Lathrop In New Yorlc. Bronze medal, Columldaii Exposition, 
Chicago, 1893; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900, and silver med.-il for mural 
decorations. Second Vice Pres. Mural P.; member (cor.) A. I. A. 1899; N. V. Arch. 
Lg. 1894; Municipal A. S.; N. A. C. 

6ABRETS0N, DELLA (P.), 291 Fifth Ave., New York. 

Bom Logan, 0. Pupil of N. A. D., Leonard Ochtman and L. R. Garridci in New 

York. 
GARRETT, EDMUND H. (P., I., Etcher), 110 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 

Bom Albany, N. Y., 1853. Pupil of Laurens, Boulanger, I^febvre and Lcronx Id 

Paris. Sliver medal, Boston. Member B. S. W. C. P.; C. S. B. 1002. 
GARRIDO, L. R. (P.), 96 Fifth Ave., New York. 

Member Socl6t(^ Natlonale des Beaux-Arts, Paris. 

GARVEY, J. (P.), 466 West 4l8t St., New York. 

GASPARD, iULE^ MAURICE (I.), 26 Van Buren St., Chicago, 111.; h. 6007 Wo<mII:i\vm Ave. 
Born In France. Pupil of A. S. L. In New York. 

GAUGENGIGL, IGNAZ MARCEL (P.), 5 Otis Place, Boston, Mass. 
Member S. A. A. 1895; (hon.) C. S. B. 

GAUL, GILBERT (P.), 51 West 10th St., New York. 

Bom Jersey City, N. J., 1855. Pupil of N. A. D. and J. G. Brown hi New York. 
Gold medal. Prize Fund, 1886; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1880; uiediil, Colum- 
bian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, BufTnIo, 1001. 
Member N. A. 1882; Salma. C. 1888. 

GAULEY, ROBERT DAVID (P.), 152 West 57th St., New York. 

Born Ballylag, County Monaghan, Irc>land, March 12, 1875. Pupil of 1). W. Iloss In 
Cambridge; F. W. Benson and Edmund C. Tarbell In Boston; Bougueresiu and Fcrrier 
In Paris. Bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable mention, l'nii-Ani«*riean 
Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

GAUSTA, H. N. (P.), 719 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Bom Norway, June 16, 1864. Pupil of O. Seits. Loefftz and Royal Aradeniy in 
Munich. Awarded medal. Academy, Munich. 

GAY, EDWARD (P.), Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Bom Dublin, Ireland, 1837. Pupil of J. M. Hart in New York; J. Selilrnicr and 
Leasing In Karlsruhe, Germany. Prize of |2,000 In competitive exhibition, American 
Art Asso., for the landscape "Broad Acres," presented to tho Metropolitan MuHrnni, 
1887; medal. Midwinter Exhibition, San Francisco; medal, NVw Orlcaua Exposition, 
1885; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A.; ni«>niber 
N. Y. W. C. C; A. Fund S. 

GAY, WALTER (P.), 73 Rue Ampere, Paris, France. 

Bom Hlngham, Mass., January, 1850. Pupil of Bonnat. Honorable mention, Paris 
Salon, 1885; third class medal, Paris Salon, 1888; gold medal, Vienna, 1893; gold 
medals, Antwerp and Munich, 1894; gold medal, Berlin, 1896; silver medal, Paris 
Exposition, 1900; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Chevalier 
of the Legion of Honor, 1804. Associ^ Socl$t6 Natlonale des Beaux-Arts; nienilM>r 
National Institute of Arts and Letters of America; Fellow for life, Metropolitan Mu- 
suem of Art, New York. 

GEER, GRACE WOODBRIDGE (P., T.), 729 Boylston St., Boston. Mass.; h. 12 Pinckney 
St. Tuesdays, 2 to 5 P. M. 

Born Boston, Mass., 1854. Pupil of Mass. Normal Art School, F. II. Tompkins, 
Trlscott, Tarbell, Vonnoh, Lowell Institute and B. A. C. Member C. S. B. 1900. 
Specialty, portraits. 

GEIGER, CAROLINE (P.), Atlanta, Ga. 

GELERT, JOHANNES, 11 East 14th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

GENDROT. FELIX A. (P.), 199 Franklin St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. 



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GEXTH. LILLIAN MATILDE (P.), 1520 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; Ii. 22tn North 
18th St. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1876. Pupil of Elliott Dalngerfleld In N'ew York; Whistler In 
Paris. 

GEORGE, RICHARD F., 45 Washington Square, New York. (See Sculptors.) 

GEORGE, VESPER LINCOLN (P., 1., W. A. A., T.), Concord St., Maiden, Mass.; h. GeUl- 
neau Terrace. 

Born Bostun, Mass., 1865. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant, Lefebyre and Doucet in 
Paris. Member C. S. B. 1892. Instructor at State Normal Art School, B<wtitii, and 
Lowell Textile School; Principal Evening School of Design, Boston. 

GERDES, AUGUSTUS M. (P.), 8 East 15th St., New York. 

GERHARDT, KARL, Hartford, Conn. (See Sculptors.) 

GERLACH, GUSTAVE, Weehawken, N. J. (See Sculptors.) 

GEST, J. H., Art Museum, Cincinnati, 0. 

Born Cincinnati, O., 1859. Hon. member S. W. A. Director Cincinnati Musi'uui Asso- 
ciation. 

GIBBS. GEORGE (P., I.), Rosemont, Pa. 

Born New Orleans, La. Pupil of Corcoran School and A. S. L. in Washington, II. C. 
Member S. Washington A. ; Washington W. C. C. 

GIBSON, CHARLES DANA (I.), 19 West 3l8t St., New York; h. 127 East 73d St. 

Born Roxbury, Mass., 1867. Pupil of A. S. L. and Augustus St. Gaudeus In New 
York; Julian Academy in Paris. Silver medal for drawings, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901. Member S. I. 

GIES, JOSEPH W. (P., T.), Art Academy, Detroit, Mich. 
Member S. W. A. 

GIFFORD, ROBERT SWAIN (P., I., Etcher, T.), 152 West 57th St., New York, and Sew 
Bedford, Mass. 

Born Island of Naushon, Mass., 1S40. Pupil of Albert van Beest in Holland. Medal, 
Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876; prize (|2,500), New York, 1885; brooxe 
medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo. 1001; 
gold medal, Charleston Exposition, 1902. N. A. 1878, member of council; member 
S. A. A. 1877; A. W. C. S.; S. L. P.; N. A. C; R. Soc. Painters-Etchers. London. 

GIHON. ALBERT DAKIN (P., T.), 59 Avenue de Saxe. Paris, France. 

Bom Portsmouth, N. H., 1866. Pupil of Thomas Eaklns In Philadelphia; -Benjamin- 
Constant, Laurens, Motely and Ecole des Arts D^oratlfs In Paris. Houorable men- 
tion, Paris A. A. A., 1900; second prize, Paris A. A. A., December, 1900. Member 
Paris A. A. A. Specialty, landscapes. 

GIHON, CLARENCE MONTFORD (P.), care Messrs. Tolnet Fils et Fevre. 53 Rue Notre 

Dame, Paris, France. 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., 1871. Pupil of Chase and Kenyon Cox In New York; Laurens 

and Benjamin-Constant In Paris. Third prize, Paris A. A. A. Member Paris A. A. A. 
GIL. MICHELE ACCOLTI. 357 West 15tb St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
GILBERT, C. ALLEN (I.), 14 West 29th St., New York. 
GILBREATH, ETTA M. (P.), 810 Stein way Hall. Chicago. HI. 
GILLESPIE, JOSEPH, 5752 Washington Ave., Chicago, III. (See Sculptors.) 
GIRARDIN, FRANK J. (P.), Richmond, Ind. 

Born Louisville, Ky. Studied in Cincinnati, O. First prize. Cincinnati A. C, I90rt. 
GLACKENS. WILLIAM J. (P., I.), 13 West 30th St.. New York. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1870. Pupil of P. A. F. A.: studied in Europe. G»»UI mtilal 

for drawings at Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member S. I. 
GLADDINXJ. MARY T. (P.), 20 Arnold St., Providence, R. I. 
GLAMAN. EUGENE FISH (P.), 353 Wtst 12th St.. Chicago. IIL 

Bom St. Joseph, Mo., 1873. Pupil of A. I. C; Simon. Cottet and Fremiet in Paris. 
GLEESON, J. M. (P.. I.). 45 East 59th St., New York. 
GLEN NY, ALICE RUSSELL (Mrs, John) (P.. S.), 1150 Amherst St., Buffalo. N. Y. 

Bora Detroit. Mich., 1858. Pupil of Chase in New York; Lefebvre and B«mlangvr in 

Paris. Prize for mural decoration, Buffalo Historical Society. Member N. A. C. ; 

Soc. of Artists, Buffalo; A. S. L. of Buffalo. 
GODDARD, RALPH (S.), 145 West 55th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
GOEBEL, P. (P.). 1025 Marcy Place, Borough of Bronx, New York. 
GEORGES, NELLY (Etcher), care M. GauUer, 19 Rue de Sevres, Paris, France. 

Bora Chicago. lU. 
GOODWIN. ARTHUR CLIFTON (P., I.), care LooU Kronberg, 3 Winter St.. Buaton, Mass. 

Bora Portsmouth, N. H., 1866. 
GOODWIN, CAROLINE LOVE (P.), 153 Liberty Ave., !^ew RocheUe. N*. T. 

Born Savannah, Ga. 
GOODWIN. CLARA L. (P.), 1432 South Penn Square. Philadelphia. Pa. 
GOODYEAR. WILXJAM H., Maseum of the Brooklyn Institute, Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 

Bora New Haren, Conn.. July 21. 1846w Pupil of Cari Friedrichs. Curator of the 

Brooklyn Museum since 1890. Writer and lecturer. 
GORHAM. SYDNEY (P.), 3 Rue Verclngetortx. Paris. France. 

Bora Plattsburg. N. T. Pupil of Ecole des Beaox-ArtSy Boonat and Joseph BIsbc In 

Paris. Honorable mention. Paris Salon. 1902. Member Paris A. A. A. 
GORSON. HARRY (P.), 1710 Chestnut St.. PhlladelphU. Pa. 

Bora in Russia. 1S70. PupU of P. A. F. A.; Julian Academy is Parts. BoooraMe 

mention. A. A. S., 1902. 



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GOTTHOLD, FLORENCE W. (Mrs. Frederick) (P.), Cob Cob, Conn.; h. 1G5 West r>8tli St., 

New York. 

Bom Uhrlchsvllle, 0., October 3, 1858. Pupil of B. R. FItz and H. SItldons Mowbray. 

Member N. Y. Woman's A. C. 
GOULD, MABEL SAXE (Mln. P.), 1316 North 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
GliAEBER, JOHN ADAMci (P.), care the Item, 242 Geralda :St., Gerniiuitowii, I'liilndel- 

phla. Pa. 

Honorable mention, A. A. S., 1902. 
GRAFLY, CHARLES, 2200 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. (See Sculptors.) 
GRAHAM, CHARLES (P.), 25 West 67th St., New York. 
GRAHAM, CHARLES S. (I.). 129 East 23d St., New York. 

Member S. I. 

GRAHAM. WILLIAM (P.), 51 West 10th St., New York. 
GRAVES. ABBOTT (P., Arch.), 110 Tremont St., Boston. Mass. 

Born Weymouth, Mass.. 1859. Pupil of Cormon in Paris. Medals. 1887, 18JM) niid two 

in 1892. Member Paint and Clay C; -B. S. W. C. P.; C. S. B. 1894. 
GRAYSON, CLIFFORD PROVOST (P., T.), 152a Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pn.; b. School 

Lane, Germantown. 

•Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1859. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; GCrOme In PjuIs. $2,000 

prize, American Art Galleries, New York, 1886; Temple gold medal, P. A. F. A., 1887; 

Member A. C. P.; N. A. C. 
GREACEN, EDMUND (P.), 61 South W'ashlngtou Square, New York; h. 6 We.st 50lb St. 

Born New York, September 18, 1876. Pupil of F. V. Du Mond and W. M. Chase. 

Member N. A. C. 

GREATOREX, KATHLEEN (P.), care Miss Osborn, 10a Cunningham Place, London, Kiigland. 

Born New York. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1886; honorable mention, Paris 

Exposition, 1889, second class. 
GREAVES. HARRY E. (P.), 1706 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1854. Pupil of Edward Moran. 
GREEN, C. E. L. (P.), 12 West St., Boston, Mass. 
GREEN, ELIZABETH SHIPPEN (I.), The Red Rose, Vlllanova, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A. Member Plastic C; Phiiii«l.'I|.hl« W. 

C. C; Fellowship P. A. F. A.; S. I. 
GREEN, FRANK RUSSELL (P.), 211 West 85th St., New York. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1859. Pupil of Boulanger, Lefebvre, Collin and Couturi* in Purls. 

Picture purchased by Lotos Club Fund, N. A. D., 1896; honorable uu-ntlon, I'lirls 

Salon. 1900. A. N. A.; member A. W. C. S.; N**. Y'. W. C. C.;Salma. C. 1897; N. A. C. 
GREENE, BELLE (P.), 354 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. 

Member C. S. B. 1893. 
GREENE, MARY SHEPARD (P., S.), 19 Rue Le Verrier, Paris, France. 

Bom New York. Pupil of Herbert Adams in New York: Collin in Paris. Third rliiss 

medal, Paris Salon, 1900; second class medal, Paris Salon, 1902. 
GREENE, WALTER L. (I.), 120 Boylston St., Cambridge, Mass. 
GREENFIELD, E. J. FORREST (P.), 1904 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. First .M<inday. 

Born London, England, 1875. Pupil of Cyril Verne in England; C. H. Shearer In 

Philadelphia; Joachim Maw In Paris. 

GRKENOUGH, BUHLER. (See Mrs. Hardy.) 

GREENWOOD, JOSEPH II. (P.), 21 Merrick St., Worcester, Mass. 

GREGORY, ANNE LAWRENCE (P.). (See Mrs. Van Brlggle.) 

GREGORY, E. F. (P.), 166 West 76th St., New York. 

GREGORY, HELEN BARBER (P.), Baltic Bldg., F St., Washington, D. C. 

Pupil of A. S. L. in New York; Colarossl in Paris. Member Chicago S. A. 
GRIMES, FRANCIS TAFT (S.), 42 West 15th St., New York. 
GRIMES, MARY HEARN (Mrs. Herbert), 33 West 12th St., New York. 
GRISWOLD, C. C. (P.), care G. R. Barse, 262 W'est 12th St., New York. 

Born Ohio. 1834. Studied in Rome. N. A. 1867. 
GROLL, ALBERT L. (P.), 145 West 55tb St., New York; h. 215 Second Ave. 

Born New York, December 8, 1866. Pupil of Gysis and Loefftz in Munich.' Morgan 

prize. Salma. C, 1003; honorable mention, Munich. Member A. Fund S. ; ('ounlry 

Sketch C. ; Salma. C. 

GROSS. PETER ALFRED (P.), 9 Rue Duperr6, Paris, France. 

Bom AUentown, Pa. Pupil of Yon and Petit-Jean In Paris. Honorable mention, 

Paris Exposition, 1889; third class medal. Crystal Palace International ExpoHllion, 

London; gold and silver medals. Union Frangalse. 
GROTHJEAN, FRANCESCA C. R. (P.), 939 Eighth Ave., New York. 

Born near Hamburg, Germany. Came to America when a child. Pupil of Conrlols, 

Fritel, Joseph Blanc, Louis A. Girard and Del^cluse in Paris. 
GROVER, OLIVER DENNETT (P.), 1022 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago, 111. Saturday. 

Born Earlville, 111., 1861. Pupil of Frank Duveneck; Royal Academy in Munich; 

Boulanger, L3febvre and Laurens in Paris. Awarded first Yerkes prize, Chicago, 1892. 

Pres. Chicago S. A.; Vice-Pres. S. W. A. 
GRUELLE, RICHARD B. (P.), Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bora Cyntbiana, Ky. Self taught. 
GRUENFELD, CASPER (S.), 738 Athenseum Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
GBDPPE, CHARLES P. (P.), 109 Gregory St.. Rochester, N. Y., and 40 Wllhelmlna St., 

The Hague, Holland. 

Born PictOQ, Canada, September 3, 1800. Pupil of Josef Israels and 'Blommeni. Gold 



Part U--S2 AMERICAN ART ANNUAL, 

medal, A. A. S., 1902. Member N. Y. W. C. C; Soc. Dutch Artiste at Tli(> Ilaguv; 

Salma. C. 1893. 
GUDKUROD, CHAULES A., 229 East 20th St., New York. (See Scalptoni.) 
GUDEBROD, LOUIS A. (S.). 229 East 20th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
GUKRAZZI, Ll'ClE HOMSS (P.), 344 57th St., Chicago, 111. 
GUERIN. JULES (P.. I.), 139 West 55th St., New York; h. 251 West 55th St. 

Born St. Louis, Mo., 1866. Pupil of BenjamVi-Constant in Paris. First Yrrkes 

medal, Chicago: honorable unitiun, Paris Exposition, 1900; honorable uieution for 

drnwinps, Pnn-.\merlcan Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member A. W. C. S. ; X. Y. \V. 

C C 19(X)* S I 
GUERNSEY, ELEANOR LOUISE (P.), 2973 Wabash Are., Chicago, III. 
GUNDLACH, MAX (P.), 523 Pratt Ave., Chicago, IlL 

Born Brcslau, Germany, 186 ;. Pupil of A. I. C. Member Palette and Chisel C. 
GUTIIERZ, CARL (Mural P.), 1777 Madison St., Washington, D. C. 

Born Schoeftland, Switzerland, 1844. American citizen. Pupil of Ecole des Beau\-Arts 

under Pils, and of Boulauger and Lefebvre in Paris. Medal, Centennial Exposition, 

Philadelphia. 1876; bronze medal, Paris Exposition, 1889. 
GUY, SEYMOUR JOSEPH (P.), 51 West 10th St., New York; h. 847 East 134Ui St. 

Born Greenwich, England, January 10. 1824. Came to America at age of thirty. Pnpil 

of Buttersworth and Ambrosiuu Jerome In England. Bronze medal, Paris Rxp<>^itloii, 

19(X>; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member N. A. 1>65; 

A. Fund S. 
QDYSI. ALICE VIOLA (P., T.), 4 Adams Avenue West, Detroit. Mich. 

Born Cincinnati, O. Pupil of Colarossl Academy and of Harry Thomi^son In I'aria. 

Principal Detroit Art School. Lecturer on "The History and Criticism of Art." 
GUYSI, JEANETTE tP.,T.), 4 Adams Avenue West. Detroit, Mich. 

Bom Cincinnati. O. Pupil of Colarossi Academy and of Harry Thompson In Paris. 

Associate director Detroit Art School. 

HAFEN, JOHN (P.>. SpringTille, Utah. 

Born Scherzlngen. Switzerland, March 22, 1S56. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant and 

lA^febvre in Paris. Cash prise, $300, and medal of honor. Utah Art Institute. Vice 

Prt»s. S. Utah A. 
HAGAM.VN. JAMES H. (P.), 22 Witherell St.. Detroit. Mich. 

Bom Rochester. N. Y., June, 1866. Pupil of Benjamin -Constant. Lefebrn*. Ijiiir«*ns 

and G^r(Vme In Paris. 
HAGERMAN. WORTHINGTON E. (P.>, Art Institute, Chicago. IlL 

Born Carmel. Ind., 1S7S. Pupil of A. I. C. 
HAGERT. CHARLES H. iP.l, 4306 Sansom St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 

Honorable mention. A. A. S. 1902. 
H.\IGH. MRS. ELIZA VOORHEES \VA, care M. Jules Morvl. Etapl.-s sir-Mer irasd,?- 

Calais k, France. 

Bii>rn Now York. Pupil of Collin in Paris, 
HAILMAN. JOHANNA K. WOODWELL (P.). Shady Lane. East End, Pittsluri:. Pa. 

Bom Pittsburg. Pa.. 1S71. 
HALE. LILIAN WESTCOTT \T.\, 100 Oiestnut St.. Boston, Mass. 
HALE, PHILIP L. .P.. T. ». 100 Chestnut St.. Boston. Mas*. 

■B«»m B^>5ton. Ma**.. ISOC*. Pupil of J. .\.lden Weir. H>oonMe tui^Bti'.xi. Ptn-AnH^rlcan 

Exivsftion. Buffalo, 1901. Instructor School of Drawing aiul Pai. ;:rsr of iS*' B«xst»»n 

Museum. 
HALU ALICE «P..T.^. 151 West 70th St., New York, 

Bv>TO Now York Slate. Pupil of N. A. D. 
HALL, CAROLINE MINTURN iP.». Am«»rican Girls' Club. 4 Bae 1^ Ci--Trvas* . Paris, 

Frano\ and 910 Madison Are.. Plaicfield. N. J. 

B->m S.^uti: Portsmouth. R. I. Pupil of Delance. Calloc. D»W<la**» l". Pir*: n\ iStr- 

geant Kendall in New York. Sec. ard Tnpas. .\mericui Woctaii's Art .\*siv **t l*ar{s. 
H.\LL, JAMES P.. L. T-». 115 Urcoln Are.. Newark. N. J. 

Borr. IV'st.^c, Mass., December 3l\ IS^. Pupil of Mass. N-^cmal Art Sch'"*»l It* Bi»»- 

ton: .v. S. L. in New York: Julian Academr in PariSL. M^mN>r of N. A. C. : Ej«t.Tn 

Art Trach«?r*' Asso. : Council of Sup^frrlsors of ih* Masaal Ar:s^ Sa»j*rvts..r of 

Drawing. Newark. N. J. 
HALLBERO. CHARLES EDWARD «P.^ 1013 North Park Aw., AuKia. HL 

Bora Gothesturg. Sweden, 1S55. 
HALLETT. HENDRICKS A. ^P.^ StTuUo Bldg.. BtfStoa« XassL 

Bora Cbarlestown. Mass., 1S47. StT>i»ed is Aarwer? aatt Pans. Br-maip m.-^lal, 

Ma-w. Charitable Mechanic* Asso.. Bostoa. ISaS. MexSfc F. A. C. : BL S. W. C. P. 
HALLOWELU ELIZABETH MOORE •?->. S301 Ba3r£!toa St.. PfcIJ*Aft?ifcia. P». 
HALLOWELL, GEORGE HAWLEY iP.). 10 Marifevcvo^ St.. Ik»c>«t» ILua^ 

Bora Bcctoo. Mass., 1$72. 
HALLOWELL. HARRIET iMia. P.>, Mocvt-an^Ltfiac 'S*l3«-<e^3ta?w . Frxaoe 

Bora Bostor. Mass. 
HALLOWELL. M.%Y. "Se* Mrs. Lpad.> 
HALPERT. SAMUEL .P-». 7 Ra* BellooL Parian Ft^acr. 

Fern New Y:rk- P^pil of Bocsat In Piria^ 
WAT RATr WILLIAM FORMBY •p.*. «D Atluttc A»».. Fo«tw. Mass. 

Bora Kirkdale. EncIaBd, March 21. IS41. F*i^i: >rf Lrfw^JI tT»c-?ae» n B»«st>>B. 

M^m5«r B. A. C. Specialty, asart^ss^ 
HAMANN. C- F.. 1325 Trvmooc Aw., New Yo-e^ Sw Sc-t^c/.-it 



PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, ILLUSTRATORS. Part 11—33 

HAMBIDGE. JAY (I.), Amityvllle, L. I., N. Y. 

Born SImcoe, Canada, 1867. Pupil of A. S. L. and of Chase In New York. 
HAMILTON. EASTER FIELD (P.), IOC Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Born Brooklyn, X. Y., 1875. Pupil of G^rOme, Collin and Fantln-Latour. 
HAMILTON, GRANT (I.), 110 Fifth Ave., New York. 
HAMILTON, HAMILTON (P., I.), Fleldhome, 138 Fremont St., Peekskill, N. Y. 

Member N. A. 1889; A. W. C. S. 
HAMILTON, JESSIE (P.). Clinton St., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Associate S. W. A. 
HAMILTON, JOHN McLURE (P., I.), Murestead, Grove End Road, Ix)ndon, N. W., England. 

Bom Philadelphia, Pa., 1853. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Acad^'mie Royale d'Anvers; 

Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1892; gold medal, 

Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
HAMILTON, WILBUR DEAN (P., I., W. A. A., T.), R Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. 

Bom Somcrfleld, Pa., 1862. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Jordan pris* 

in Boston; medal, Atlanta Exposition, 1895. Member B. A. C. 
HAMOND, RICHARD H. (P.), 806 Barr St., Cincinnati, O. 

Member Cincinnati A. C. 
HANCOCK, JOSEPH LANE (P.), 3148 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Born Chicago, 111., 1864. 
HANSON, B. K. (P.), 2519 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D. C. 
HARDENBERGH, ELIZABETH (P.), 126 Hast 28th St., New York, and Williamstown, 

Mass. * 

HARDIE, ROBERT GORDON (P.), .-{iiS Fifth Ave., New York, and Brattleboro, Vt. 

Bora Brattleboro, Vt. Pupil of Ecole des Beaux-Arts In Paris, under G6r0me and 

Cabanel. Member S. A. A. 1897; A. Fund S. 
HARDING, CHARLOTTE (I.), 1004 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 2043 Brandywine St. 

Bora Newark, N. J., August 21, 1873. Pupil of P. A. F. A. Silver medal. Women's 

Exposition, Loudon, Eneland. .Member Fellowship P. A. F. A.; Plastic C. 
HARDWICK, MELBOURNE 11. (P.), 12 West St., Boston, Mass.; h. 85 Brook Ave. 

Bora Digby, N. S., September 29, 1!^57. Studied in Boston and in Europe. Member 

B. A. C: B. S. W. C. P. 
HARDY, ANNA E. (P.), Bangor, Me. 

Born Bangor, Me. Pupil of George Jeaiiin and Abbott H. Thayer. 
HARDY, MRS. BUHLER GREENOUGH (Min. P.), 7433 Devon Road, Mt. Airy, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Born Providence, R. I., September 20, 1874. Pupil of Collin, Merson, CoartoU and 

Virginia Reynolds. Member Soc. of Miniaturists, London, 1899. 

HARLEY, CHARLES R. (S.), 145 East 23d St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
HARPER, WILLIAM A. (P.), 817 San Felipe St., Houston, Tex. 
Member Chicago S. A. 

HARPER, WILLIAM ST. JOHN (P.. Etcher, T.). 166 West 107th St., New York. 

Bora Rhinebeok, N. Y., September 8, 1851. Pupil of N. A. D. In New York; Mun- 
kacsy and Bonnat in Paris. Clarke prize, N. A. D., 1892; honorable mention, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N.A.; member Artists Aid S. ; N. Y. Etch- 
ing C. 

HARRIS, MARY AUBIN (P.), Tryon, N. C. 

Bora San Francisco, Cal.. 1864. Pupil of Brooklyn Art Guild; William Chase and 

Irving R. Wiles in New York. 
HARRIS, WILLIAM LAl'REL (P.), 423 West 69th St., New York. 

Member N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1898, Vice Pres.; Mural P. 

HARRISON, L. BIRGE (P.), 28 Warren Ave., Plymouth, Mass. 

Bora Philadelphia, Pa., October 28, 1854. Pupil of Cabanel in Paris. Silver medal, 
Paris Exposition, 1889; medal, Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; bronze medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A. 1902; member S. A. A. 1882; N. A. 
C; Fellowship P. A. F. A. 

HARRISON, THOMAS ALEXANDER (P.), 17 Rue Campagne-Preml&re, Paris, France, 
and 118 East 40th St., New York. 

Bora Philadelphia, Pa., January 17, 1853. Pupil of P. A. F. A., Ecole des Beaux- 
Arts, Bastlen-Lepage and G^rOme In Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1885; 
Temple silver medal, P. A. F. A., 1887; first class gold medal, Paris Exposition, 
1889; second medal. Munich Salon, 1801; medal of honor, Brussels and Ghent, 1892; 
gold medal of honor, P. A. F. A., 1894. Made Chevalier of the Legion of Honor 
1889, Officer 1901. Officer of Public Instruction, by French Goverament. A. N. A. 
1898, N. A. 1901; member S. A. A. 1885; A. C. P.; Paris S. A. P.; N. A. C; Cercle 
d'Union Artlsticjue; Soci^*tf Natlonale des Beaux-Arts; Royal Institute of Painters in 
Oil Colors, London; (cor.) Societies of Secessionists, Berlin and Munich. 

HARRISON. GRACE EARLE (P.), 425 La Salle Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Bora New York. 

HARSHBERGER, MRS. FLORENCE E. (P., I., T.). 223 West Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y. 
Born Freetown, Cortland County, N. Y., November 19. 186-3. Pupil of George de 
Forest Brash, J. Alden Weir, Walter Shlrlaw and Frederick Freer at A. S. L. and 
Cooper Union. Member Utlca Sketch C, Utlca Art C, Syracuse Art C. 

HART, LETITIA B. (P.), 11 East 14th St., New York. 

Bora New York. Pupil of her father, James M. Hart, and of Edgar M. Ward. 
Norman W. Dodge prize, N. A. D., 1898. 



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HART. MARY THERESA (P.), 11 East 14th St.. New York; h. 94 First PUce, BrooklTB, 

N. Y. 

Born Brooklyn, N. Y. Pupil of N. A. D., under Edgar M. Ward. Dodce prise, 

N. A. D., 1901. 
HART, WILLIAM HOWARD (P.), 138 West 56th St., New York. 

Bom Fishkill, N. Y., 1803. Pupil of J. Alden Weir in New York; Bonlancer and 

Lefebvre In Paris. Member Salma. C. 1898. 
HARTLEY, JONATHAN SCOTT, 145 West 65th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 
HARTMAN. SYDNEY K. (P., L, T.). 316 Riverside Drive, New York. 

Born Germanj, 1863 Pupil of Laurens and Benjamin-Constant in Paris. 
HARTRATH, LUCIE (P., T.), Rockford College, Rockford, lU. 

Bom Boston, Mass. Pupil of Rixens, Courtois and Collin in Paris. Member Chicago 

S. A.; Associate S. W. A. Head of Department Drawing and Painting, Rockford 

College. 

HARTSHORNE, HOWARD MORTON (P.), 27 Rue de Fleurus, Paris, France. 

Born New York. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant and Laurens in Paris. 
HARTSON, WALTER C. (P.), 71 West 137th St., New York. 

Born Wyoming, la., October 27, 1866. Bronze medal and honorable mention, Atlanta 

Exposition, 1896; third Hallgarten prise, N. A. D., 1898; gold medal. A. A. S., 1902. 

Member N. Y. W. C. C; Salma. C. 

HART WELL, NINA ROSABEL (P.), Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Bora Salt Lake City, Utah. Pupil aof Julian Academy, Collin and Garrido in Paris. 

HART WICK, HERMAN (P.), Paris, France. 

Born New York. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1892; bronze medal, Paris Exposi- 
tion, 1900; second class medal, Paris Salon, 1901. 

HARVEY, ELI, 80 East Washington Square, New York. (See Sculptors.) 

HARWOOD, ELIZABETH CASE (P.), 60 Boulevard Arago, Paris, France. 
Pupil of Collin in Paris. 

HASKELL, IDA C. (P.), 68 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

HASKELL, WILLIAM HOMER. Merrimac, Mass. 

Bom Merrimac, Mass., 1876. Pupil of School of Boston Maseom, under Tarbell sad 
Benson; Julian Academy, under Laurens and Benjamin-Constant, In Paris. 

HASLER, WILLIAM N. (P.), Caldwell, N. J. 

Bora Washington, D. C, 1866. Pupil of F. Ballard Williams in New York. Brooas 
medal, A. A. S.. 1902. 

H ASSAM, CHILDE (P.), 27 West e7th St., New York. 

Bora Boston. Mass., 1859. Pupil of Bonlanger and Lefebvre in Paris. Bronae medal, 
Paris Exposition, 1889; gold medal, Mnnich, 1S92; medal, A. C. P.. 1892; medal, 
Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893; prise, Cleveland Art Asso., 1893; Webb prlae, 
S. A. A., 1896; prize, B. A. C, 1896; second class medal, Carnegie Inst., 1898; Tem- 
ple gold medal, P. A. F. A.. 1899; silver medal, Paris Exposition, 1900; gold medal, 
Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. A. N. A. 1902; member A. W. C. S.; N. T. 
W. C. C. : B. A. C; X. P.; (cor.) Secession. Munich; Associ^ Soci^t^ Natlooale des 
Beaux-Arts, Paris. 

HASSELBUSCH, LOUIS (P.). 1026 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa.; h. Logan. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., November 8, 1863. I*upil of P. A. F. A.; Constant and !«- 

febvre in Paris; Royal Academy in Mnnich. Member Philadelphia Sketch C; alumni 

P. A. F. A. 
HASTINGS. HELEN M. (P.), 5632 Glrard Ave., PhiUdelphia, Pa. 

Bora Rochester, N. Y. Pupil of P. A. F. A- 
HATCH, LORENZO JAMES (P., Eng., W. A. A., T.), Lawrence Park, Bronxville. N. Y. 

Bora Hartford. N. Y.. July 16. 1857. Member N. Y. Municipal A. S.: Century Asso. 
HATFIELD, JOSEPH H. (P.). Canton Junction, Mass. 

Born near Kingston. Canada. 1863. Pupil of Benjamin-Constant. Doncf't and Lefebvre 

in Paris. Silver medal. Mass. Charitable Mechanics Asso., Boston. 1S82: ««e«oDd Hall- 
garten prize. N. A. D., 1896. Member B. A. C. 
HACGHTON. MARIE L. (P.), 524 Walnut St.. PhUadelphia, Pa. 
HAUKANESS. LARS (P.). 48 Madison St., Chicago. IlL 

Bora in Norway. 1S65. Pupil of Werenskjold. 
HAVENS, BELLE (P.). Newark. O. 

Bora in Ohio. Pupil of Chase in N.w York: Courtois in Paris. Thlr\l Hallgartes 

prize. N. A. D., 1903. 
HAWKS, MRS. RACHEL MARSHALL (S.). Baltimore, Md. 
HA^XEY, WILHELMINA D. {PA. 16 Rusbnlme Road. Toronto. Canada. 

Member N. Y. W. C. C: N. Y. Woman's A. C. 
HAWTHORNE, C. W. (P.), 939 Eighth Ave.. New York. 
HAY, ALICE (P.), New Castle. Del. Thursday. 

Bora Chicago. IlL, 1S66. I*upil .\. I. C: DeWcli»e Academy In Parian Member 

Paris C- 
HAYDEN. MRS. HARRIET WINSLOW iP., T.i. 1347 Eawr^Mi St.. IVoTer. CoL 

Born Franklin. Mass.. 1840. Member Denver A. C. 
HAYDEN. SARA S. tP.. T.», Univ. of Nebraska. Lincoln. Neb., asd 3319 Micbigaa Ave., 

Chicago, UL 

Bora Chicago, III. Pupil of A. I. C: CoUin. Mer^Nt and Lasar bt Parish 
HAYD«K'K. MAY S. «P.. W. A. .\.). 209 South 11th St., FhilaAflphU. Pa.: h. 21» North 

12th St. 

Bora Philadelphia. ISTS. Member Philadelphia W. C. C: Pfcastie C. 



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HAYNES, CAROLINE COVENTRY (P.), 263 West 42d St., New York. 

Born New York. Pupil of A. S. L. of New York; Alfred Stevens and Courtois in 
Paris. Member N. Y. W. C. C; N. Y. Woman's A. C. 

HAYS, AUSTIN, 107 East 27th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

HAYS, GEORGE A. (P.), Room 44, Woods Bldg., Providence, R. I.; h. 70 Hope St. 

) Bom Greenville, N. H., 1854. Self taught. Prize at Boston, 1000. Member Provi- 

dence A. C; C. S. B. 1002. 

HAYS, WILLIAM (P.), 145 East 23d St., New York. 

HAY WARD, F. HAROLD (P., S., T.), 47 Rue du Montparnasse, Paris, France, and Mt. 
Clemens, Mich. 

Bom Romeo, Mich., June 30, 1867. Pupil of Whistler, Laurens and Benjamin-Constant 
in Paris. Member A. I. C. 

HAZARD, ARTHUR MERTON (P.), 28 Harcourt Bldg.. Boston, Mass.; b. Hotel Thomdike. 
Bom Boston, Mass., 1872. Pupil of Rene Priuet, Courtois, Laurens, Henri Blanc in 
Paris. Medal, Mass. Charitable Mechanics Asso., 1892. Member C. S. B. 1899; St. 
Botolph's C. 1900; B. A. C; Paris A. A. A. 

HAZLETON, MARY BREWSTER (P., T.), 15 Harcourt Studios, Boston, Mass.; h. Wellesley 
Hills, 'Mass. 

Bom Milton, Mass. Pupil of Edmund C. TarbcII. First Hallgarten prise, N. A. D., 
1896; first Paige traveling scholarship, from School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 
1^9; honorable mention Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member C. S. B. 
1889. Instructor in still life, School of Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

HEALY, FRANK D. (P., I., W. A. A.), 13 South Broadway, St. Louis, Mo.; h. 3906 Botani- 
cal Ave. 

Bom St. Louis, Mo., 1862. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts and Mat Hastings. 
Member of the Daubers' C. and St. Louis Arch. C. 

HEALY, LAURA (P.), 7 Villa Turquoise, Nice, France. 
Bom Chicago, 111. Pupil of Gabriel Thumer. 

HEARN, MARY H. (P.). (See Mrs. Grimes.) 

HEBER, CARL AUGUSTUS. 8 East 8th St., New York. (See Sculptors.) 

HEBBRER, CHARLES (P.), 305 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Bom St. Louis, Mo. Pupil of St. Louis School of Fine Arts, Lefebvre, Benjamin- 
Constant and Vuillefroy in Paris. Member S. W. A. 

HECHT, VICTOR DAVID (P.), 32 Rue Guyot, Paris, Prance. 

Bora in Paris of American parents. Pupil of Lefebvre and Bobert-ITleury in Paris. 

HBIL, CHARLES B. (P.), 56 Mosart St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
Member B. A. C. 

HEINEMANN, E. (Wood Eng.), care American Book Company, New York; h. Fort Wads- 
worth, Staten Island, N. Y. 

Bom Bmnswlck, Germany, 1848. Came to the United States in 1872. Pupil of 
A. CIoss and Brendeamour; A. S. L. of N. Y. Bronze medal, Pan-American Exposi- 
tion, Buffalo, 1901. Member Salma. C. 1884. 

HEINIGKE, OTTO (P.), 24 East 13th St., New York. 
Member Mural P. 

HBINRICH, EDITH CLARA (P.), 588 East Division St., Chicago, lU. 

HEISS, JESSE S. C. (P.), 627 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

HELBLING, ALBERT F. (P.), 1026 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.; h. 8463 North 33d St. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., August 6, 1863. Pupil of Schusselle; P. A. F. A. Member 
Fellowship P. A. F. A. 

HELLER. EUGENE M. (P., W. A. A., T.), 58 West 67th St., New York; East Oloacester, 
Mass., June to November. 

Pupil of Whistler, Aman-Jean in Paris; J. Alden Weir in New York. Member N. 
A. C. 

HELMICK, HOWARD (P., Etcher, I., T.), 3337 N St., Washington, D. C. 

Born ZanesviUe, O., 1845. Pupil of Cabanel and Ecole des Beaux- Arts in Paris. 

Member Royal Soc. of British Artists; Royal Soc. pf Painter-Etchers. Prof, of Draw- 

ing and Painting and of the History of Art, Georgetown Univ. 
HELMOLD, ADELE M. VON (P.), 1710 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Born Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A. 
HEMING, ARTHUR (I.), 348 West 58th St., New York. 

Member S. I. 
HENDERSON, WILLIAM P. (P.), 28 Magoun Ave., Medford, Mass. 
HENDRICKS. BESSIE (P.), 74 Woodruff Place, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Associate S. W. A. 
HENNESSY, WILLIAM J. (P.), Saville Club, London, England. 

Bora Thomastown, Kilkenny, Ireland, 1839, taken to New York in 1849. Pupil of 

N. A. D. In New York. A. N. A. 1862, N. A. 1863; member A. W. C. S. 
HENRI, ROBERT (P.), 58 West 57th St., New York. 

Born in United States, 1865. Pupil of P. A. F. A.; Julian Academy and Ecole des 

Beaux-Arts in Paris. Silver medal, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member 

S. A. A. 

HENRY. EDWARD L. (P.), Century Club. 7 West 43d St., New York. 

Bora Charleston, S. C, January 12, 1841. Pupil of P. A. F. A. and of F. Weber 
in Philadelphia; Suisse and Courbet in Paris. Honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 
1889; medal. New Orleans Exposition, 1884; medal, CU>Iumblan Exposition, Chicago, 
1893; bronze medal, Pan-American Exposition, 1001; silver medal, Charleston Expo- 
sition. 1902. Member N. A. 1869; A. W. C. S.; A. Fund S. 



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HURDRRT, W. L. (P.), 1230 Stiles St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Honorable mention, A. A. S., 1902. 
HKRDLK, 0. L. (P.), 28 State St., Rochester, N. Y. 

IIKKFOUI), OLIVER (I.), care Century Company, 33 East 17th St., New York. 
HBRINO, E. (P.), Ridgewood, N. J. 
HURKOMBR, HERMAN GUSTAVE (P.), 6 William St., Lowndes Square, London, England. 

H(irn ('l(>v«>laiHl, (). Pupil of Boulanger and Lefebvre In Paris. Honorable mention, 

Paris Salon, 1888. 
HERRKHHOFF, LOUISE C. (P.), 80 West 40th St., New York. 
HERRING, ELSIE THOMAS (Mln. P.), 3822 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
HERTER, ADELE (Mrs. Albert) (P.),, 841 Madison Ave., New York. 

Bom New York. Pupil of Courtois, Bouguereau and Robert-Flenry In Paris. Hon- 

(irabit* niiMition, Pan-Aniorican Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 
HERTER, ALBERT (P., I.), 841 Madison Ave., New York, and 59 Rue Vaugirard, Paris. 

Born New York, March 2, 1871. Pupil of A. S. L., New York, under Carroll Beck- 

wlth; J. P. Laurens and Cormon in Paris. Honorable mention. Paris Salon, 1890; 

medal, Atlanta, 180G: Lippincott prize, P. A. F. A., 1897; honorable mention, Naah- 

vlllo, Tenn., 1807; Evans prise, A. W. C. S., 1899; bronze medal Paris Exposition, 

lOUO: stiver mtHlnl, Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. Member S. A. A. 1894; 

A. W. C. S.; N. Y. W. C. C; Mural P.; N. Y. Arch. Lg. 1901; Salma C. 1899. 
HERTS, HENRY B. (P., S., Arch., W. A. A.), 32 East 28th St., New York. (See 

.\rchltects.) 
HERZOG, H. (P.), Lake Worth, Fla. 
HERZOG, LEWIS (P., I.). 80 West 40th St., New York. 

lUtrn PhiltulolphiH. Pa.. October 15, 1808. Studied In London, Rome, Berlin, Parts, 

DtlHseldorf, Munich and Venice. Gold medal, Munich; honorable mention, Beriin. 

Member A. C. P. 
HK8S. EMMA KIPLING (P.), 3736 Lake Ave., Chicago. IlL 
HKUKRMANN, MAG DA M. (P.). 1028 Fine Arts Bldg., Chicago. HI. 

Born Galesburg, 111. Pupil of Duerr, Roth and Leubach in Munich. Medal, New 

Orloaus Kx|H>8itlon. 18^5. 
HF.rsTlS. l.oriSK I.. vP.. 1 .^ M East SOth St., New York. 
HKVSINGKR. KUNK8T W. av>. »'i24 Walnut St., Philadelphia. Pa.: h. 1521 Poplar St. 

Bom Philadolphta. Pa., 1S72. Pupil of George R. Bonfield and P. A. F. A. Silver 

nuHlal, A, A. S., 1902. Member A. A. S.; Philadelphia Sketch C. 
HKYSINiiKK. KVKl.YX L. {V.K 1521 Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bom PhtUdolphta. I^. 
UICKKY. WII.LARD {l\\, 1557 Montgomery Ave.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
HILOKURANnT. HOWARD LOGAN iP.>, 25 West tSTth St.. New York. Saturday. 

Bom Allegheny. Pa.. November 21. 1872. IHipil of Constant, Laorens and Ecole de« 

Beaux*. \rt« In Paris. Member Salma. C. 
n\\.\,, I l.ARA l\. 2S U.>ulov*r\l Montivamas*». Pari*. France. (See Scnlptors.) 
HII.U ROSWKLL S. (P.. T.^. Fine Arts College. Syracuse. N. Y. 

Bora l^itvivnw. Kan.. 186.1. Pupil of G^r&me. Biuguer^aa and Ferrier in Paris; A. SL 

I.. In Now York. 
HIl.U THOMAS vP.K Wanona, CaL 

IVra Birmingham. England. 1829^. Taken to America in 1$41. liT<>d In Taunton. 

M««s, StudUxl at P. A. F. A., but principally self taoght. M«<ial and diplonui. 

C<4ttenni«l KxhlMtUMt. Philadelphia. 18T6: Temple silver medaL P. A. F. A., 18S4. 

Momlvr B. .K. C. and San Fraccisco Art Ass^v 
ItlU^ UMRA C\H^MB$ \Mln. P.>. 6« Chestnut St.. Bo«toc Ifoss. 

B^xnti Newbaryport. Ma«s.. IS®. Pnpll of Helen M. Kov^vrltcQ: C«>v>s Art School in 

lV>«i;o«; .K. :^ 1-. l:i Now York. Bn>iiae medaU Paris E:xp<<«£tiv«:. 19KW: wcwwi pciae, S. 

Wai^.ir4ptv>« A.. 1^>1; *:lwr medal. Paa-Amer^oan Ei?»sa::<«, Rxffakv. 1941: salrer 

woNlaU 0^*rlo*tv^^» KxixvUtloc. lAtt Member S. A. .V. 1>*T: Bo«tw W. C. C: C. S. Bw 

\?:5«; N. Y. WxHuan* .V. C: Vtc^Pre^v A. S. M. P. 
HlMMKl^B.VCH. FR-VNOF^\V .Mrs. J. F.^ ^P.^. *1» North 33J Stt., F%ii»fte29&^ P»- 
MlMMKl^B^VCH. PArUV R iP-K 21* North XSd St.. Fi.r-*Af:yt!a. Pa. 

l%v>Pti l<*wsk»e. iWTtJiaiyr. ISTS, Pnpil of P. A. F. A.: M:sv^ ii PJtrA Travellac 

*r^^^l*^«^.li\ P. A. F. .\.. l?iKV-!«»l: h»^rN^rtbte SEectioe. A. A. S^, :J«. M t mfcai 

P^.laAr^ta W. C. C: Pla*i5c O. : FeUew^hip P. A. F. A. 
H:\KIJEL LIOIUS A. iF.\ Arftlat^ Wij^ 
KINMAN. IX-KNA Mv-l.KNNAN l\^. Tl> ASi*?»«a R*S^ . Ch>:«r.v :^- 

Rv-« C^.t«i*v\ r.L ^»i1e4 in Ho:^a*i. MraVc PxWttv C. C^x-*rf. 
KINTX^N. CHARUC? 1 Ori:!^ «1 ^ .\3e Ma=hJitta= A^.. X*w Y.'rtL 

Hjmjvc»» ire5;?»v-. l^HT^-.Vrvrtrir Kx;xnsctvc. F'iTa'tv VA'!. 
mVTX^N, Olio .S.^ .5ee Vn^ I5r»eke«.> 

HINTV^N. ITRWAIX^ STIWRT P •. :<0 Fa»« t^-^^*-."* St.. Ci.x-*fr. I'L. 
U:iiAM. R l\ r '. « \^>*t JS:i S?-. N<w Y.^rt:. 
MH^V^UK^ri^^ Xl^ AliCE ^r.. I . 1» N.vt> N.-r^j^^JI A^ . IsscTiJ^^ X T 

14. « x:x«u-^ Fv^cTcsTT :i. :sj4i Ptri: .-^ cvi:2» ?t f>fcr^ 

HlR5V^UFyRx»> CAIRL P.. :.. T.^, 12* Nvcti N.Nr«\v>t A^ - F*ri*.v N T 

?4/irt fV?>?r^ l>f»«a. M*?v^ 5^ :>5^ C»«e tv N*-* \ Tt ."x :>««. T'iqU <e A. SL X^ 
/i N T . . ^cvAf J!k<* ^M la-Art*. irmiec v^VaTe^.. tr Parfls. 

HtlfeSiw JilJtA «V^. r . »T C^x5i»v:: aw.. Xr* Tjct 

H,3tsT. ciAvr^i: iLvt^vxT r. « r:ra awtw^ Xe« y«* 

Sa New Yj<^:. l««^^c»>iW a>rii":>»«K :^T*Mae^ iJi^T «tfvva«£ j^r 



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HITCHCOCK, GEORGE (P., I.), Egmond Hoef, Holland. 

Born ProTideuce, R. I. Pupil of Lcfebyre and Boulanger In Paris; H. W. Meidag In 
Holland. Honorable mention, Paris Salon, 1887; gold medals, American Art Asso., 
New York, 1887; gold medal, Paris Exposition, 1889; medal, Columbian Exposition, 
Chicago, 1893; medals, Berlin, 1896; Dresden, 1897; Vienna, 1898; Munich, 1900. 
Member Munich Secession; Paris S. A. P.; (cor.) Vienna Academy; officer Order of 
Franz Joseph. 

HITCHCOCK, LUCIUS (P., I.). 158 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Bom West Willlamsfleld, O., 1868. Pupil of A. S. L. of N. Y.; Lefebvre, Benjamin- 
Constant, Laurens and the Colarossi Academy in Paris. Honorable mention, Pan- 
American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. 

HOAGLAND, MARY ADAMS (P.), 21 Oakwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 
Pupil of A. I. C. ; studied in Paris and Rome. 

HOA-LE BLANC, MISS E. M. (P., I., W. A. A., T.), 1225 Chartres St., New Orleans, La. 
Pupil of Newcomb Normal Art School, New Orleans. Supervisor of Drawing. 

HOA-LE BLANC, MARIE (P., I., W. A. A., T.), 1225 Chartres St., New Orleans, La. 

Bom New Orleans, La. Pupil of Newcomb Normal Art School, New Orleans. 
Member Louisiana Art Teachers Asso. 

HOBBS, ANNE S. (See Mrs. Foster.) 

HOBBS, GEORGE T. (P.), Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bora Philadelphia, Pa. Pupil of P. A. F. A. under Eakins; Bouguereau and Robert- 
Fleury in Paris. 

HODGES, GEORGE S. (P.), Orchard Lake, Mich. 

Bora Pontiae, Mich., March 3, 1864. Pupil of G6r6me and Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 
Paris. Member S. W. A. 

HODGKINS, SAMUEL (P.), 939 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D. C. 

HOEBER, ARTHUR (P., I.), Nutley, N. J. 

Born New York.